Denard Robinson's record-setting Michigan football career will come to a close at the Outback Bowl, Jan. 1.
The countless touchdown runs and game-winning passing plays have helped bridge the gap between the Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke regimes.
While the transition hasn't been an easy one for either Michigan or Robinson, the senior dual-threat quarterback will leave Ann Arbor with several records and a myriad of highlights.
Despite playing sparingly as a freshman and nursing an elbow injury this fall, Robinson needs just 85 yards to catch Pat White's (West Virginia) NCAA record for rushing yards by a quarterback of 4,480.
And considering he's not the prototypical drop-back quarterback, Robinson is fourth among Michigan's career touchdown passing leaders with 49 and yardage leaders with 6,250. Robinson ranks first on the Michigan career total offense list with 10,425.
The following are a few of Robinson's finest moments, just for your holiday enjoyment.