Michigan Football: 3 Reasons Denard Robinson Won't Win the Heisman

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Michigan Football: 3 Reasons Denard Robinson Won't Win the Heisman
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Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson can practice his Heisman pose all he wants, but he won't be hoisting the trophy in New York this December.

"Shoelace" has crumbled under pressure against quality opponents this season, throwing only one touchdown and six interceptions in losses to Alabama and Notre Dame.

Big Blue supporters hoped that Robinson would become the third straight dual-threat quarterback to win the Heisman and possibly lead them back to a BCS bowl, but the outlook is looking bleaker by the day.

With his team's 2-2 record, largely due to his poor play, Robinson's Heisman hopes have now turned into hallucinations. Here is why he will not win the legendary trophy.

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