2010: 72 catches, 935 yards, 7 TDs, 4 games with over 100 yards receiving; biggest highlight was the Illinois game where he set the Michigan single-game record for receiving yards with 246
2011: 19 catches, 355 yards, 2 TDs, 0 games with over 100 yards receiving; biggest highlight was catching the game-winning TD against Notre Dame on a fade route.
These 2011 stats seem counter-intuitive given that 2011 was Roy's 2nd year catching passes with Denard as the starting QB and the fact that they were supposed to be running a more pass-heavy offense led by a more pass-happy offensive coordinator.
This begs 2 questions:
1. What gives?
2. Should we expect Roy's production in 2012 to more closely resemble his production in 2010 or 2011?
Note: It's also worth mentioning here that in 2009, he caught 32 catches for 434 yards and 3 TDs. He also put up 116 yards on OSU's defense and caught the 4th quarter TD to take MSU to overtime in East Lansing.