Michigan Football: 10 Things We Learned from Wolverines' Loss to Nebraska

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Michigan Football: 10 Things We Learned from Wolverines' Loss to Nebraska
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Michigan's Denard Robinson is a game-changing player.

The Michigan Wolverines are a dangerous team when quarterback Denard Robinson unleashes his freakishly freaky athleticism.

However, the worst-case scenario for Michigan (5-2, 3-1) would be a Robinson injury—a scenario that played out Saturday night during a 23-9 road loss to the Nebraska Huskers (6-2, 3-1).

After leaving in the second quarter with reported nerve issues in his right elbow, Robinson never returned and Michigan was never the same.

Nebraska didn't need much from Taylor Martinez, though. He's the Huskers' most potent threat, but kicker Brett Maher kicked a career-high three field goals that equaled Michigan's point total.

Wait, the field goals equaled Brendan Gibbons' points total; he had three, too.

What did we learn about Michigan in the loss? Well, the lessons were pretty clear.

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