Denard Robinson has done it again.
Once again, the electrifying signal-caller has entered a college football season as a Heisman candidate only to seem to have fallen short. This time, it looks like those Heisman hopes have come to an end after just one week of the regular season, with an embarrassing loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
One of the most exciting college football players of this decade will likely end his collegiate career without earning the most prestigious award in the sport.
But is there a way that the senior quarterback could possibly get back into the running?
Let's take a look and see what Robinson has to do in order to become the first Michigan player since 1997 to win the Heisman Trophy.