Denard Robinson started this season as one of the most explosive players in college football as a serious threat both through the air and with his feet.
Robinson led the Michigan Wolverines to a 5-0 start this season, but once this team started its Big Ten play, they realized that they couldn't rely on Robinson to carry the entire team.
Case in point: Yesterday's game against Purdue.
At the end of the first quarter, the Wolverines found themselves in a 4th-and-14 situation, and instead of bringing on a punter, Denard Robinson took matters into his own hands.
And he failed miserably.