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In 2009, Denard Robinson of Michigan only managed 188 yards, throwing two touchdowns and four interceptions while competing with Tate Forcier for the starting job.
This year has been a complete transformation. He has proven that he rightfully earned the starting quarterback job, gaining almost 1,000 yards of total offense in his first two games combined...more than nine of the Top 25-ranked teams in the country have managed as a whole.
Robinson destroyed Notre Dame, passing for 244 yards and a touchdown, while rushing for 258 and two touchdowns.
Against UMass, Robinson combined for another 305 yards and three touchdowns.Then he faced Bowling Green, but Robinson injured his knee after completing each of his first four passes for 60 yards, while rushing five times for 129 yards and two touchdowns.
Last week he continued to make not only headlines, but history, as he became the first player to ever rush and pass for over 200 yards twice in a game two times.
On the season, Robinson has thrown for 1,008 yards, seven touchdowns and just one interception, while rushing 905 yards on just 98 carries, finding the endzone eight times.
Robinson is definitely the front runner for the Heisman Trophy.