Michigan's Robinson will keep Gophers busy

The Gophers will have their hands full Saturday in Ann Arbor trying to contain Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. He leads the Big Ten running this season for more than 500 yards. He’s also thrown for more than 600.
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The Gophers will have their hands full Saturday in Ann Arbor trying to contain Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. He leads the Big Ten running this season for more than 500 yards. He’s also thrown for more than 600.

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