Considering that Denard was doing so "poorly" that some loons said he should have been replaced by DG, he did pretty well against OSU.
So well, in fact, that he set a record for most TDs accounted for—5—by any UM QB in a single game against Ohio State.
Robinson is the first Michigan player in the modern era to score at least two rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns in back-to-back games, doing it against Nebraska and OSU.
He also passed Vince Young in career rushing yardage by a QB.
More on the records DR has accumulated at A2.com: