The article has a fabulous photo of DR in "the Heisman pose" against ND.
Denard Robinson — who, we remind you, is a quarterback — leads the nation in rushing. By 41 yards. He also has thrown 62 times without an interception. Against real competition.
The numbers aren't merely good for the Michigan quarterback. They're too good. And so there's a natural feeling of skepticism about whether the sophomore speedster can possibly keep this up, especially the absurd rushing totals.
"He's a tough kid," Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said Saturday after Mr. Robinson ran 28 times for 258 yards in Michigan's 28-24 victory over the Fighting Irish. "When you run a quarterback 25 times, you've got to have toughness. I'll let Coach figure out whether that's the case for 10 games."
Translation: I'll let Rich Rodriguez figure out if he wants his quarterback in one piece after 10 more games.