Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has owned the Irish since taking the reins in Ann Arbor two seasons ago.
"Shoelace" is 2-0 as a starter against Notre Dame, leaving the Irish defense in the dust and crushing the spirits of "Shamrock" fans with his late-game heroics.
Last year, Robinson combined for more than 450 yards and five touchdowns in the Wolverines' 35-31 dramatic victory against the Irish. However, this season the Notre Dame defense is as strong as its been in years—ranking eighth in the nation with 10 points allowed per game.
Michigan is looking for their fourth straight win against their rivals from South Bend.
Here are three things to expect from Robinson this Saturday.