Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson hasn't quite had the season for which he hoped.
Once a Heisman hopeful, Robinson has struggled in the passing game, was sidelined by an injury and ultimately has had to split snaps with backup Devin Gardner.
But toward the end of the first half against Ohio State, Robinson made everyone remember what made him so special with a fantastic 67-yard touchdown run to give the Wolverines the lead going into the half.
Robinson was seemingly stopped for a moderate gain when he was sandwiched between two Ohio State defenders. But he bounced out of the tackles and outraced everyone to the end zone.
While Robinson might not be an NFL-caliber quarterback, there's no doubt he's an NFL-caliber athlete.
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