While Denard Robinson still has a viable chance of winning the Heisman Trophy this season, he has yet to face the formidable Ohio State Buckeyes defense.
Although he has already suffered an elbow injury this season, Robinson has managed to throw for nine touchdowns and 1,319 yards in the air while rushing for 946 yards and adding six touchdowns.
In other words, he has provided the Wolverines with 2,265 yards of offense and 15 total touchdowns this season.
He owns a 127.4 QB rating, averaging 7.9 yards per pass.
On the ground, Robinson has averaged 7.2 yards per carry in 131 attempts.
Clearly, Robinson is a top-tier offensive threat who should concern most teams across the landscape of college football.
Then again, Ohio State is not most teams.
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