Michigan Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Wolverines' W vs. the Minutemen

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Michigan Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Wolverines' W vs. the Minutemen
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Denard Robinson threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns Saturday; he rushed for 105 yards and one touchdown.

The Michigan Wolverines' resounding 63-13 victory Saturday versus the visiting UMass Minutemen certainly taught us a few things.

But we'll say it taught us 10 things.

For one, it showed us that the Wolverines can answer when they're called into question after two previous lackluster showings (Week 1's 41-14 loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide, Week 2's 31-25 win over the Air Force Falcons).

Saturday's beating of the Minutemen taught us that Denard Robinson -- not that we didn't already know, though -- is easily one of the greatest all-around athletes the game of college football has ever seen.

That's not even up for debate.

We learned that Robinson can spread the ball around when has to, but we also learned that Michigan's rushing attack is more like a soft punch and less like a knockout blow.

Find out what else we learned in this post-game wrap-up of Saturday's 60-minute thrashing of the Minutemen.

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