College Football Rankings: How Far Can Denard Robinson Take Michigan?
One thing new Michigan head coach Brady Hoke can't be called is stupid.
Much was made entering the season about how his quarterback Denard Robinson would have to adjust to Hoke's pro-style offense.
After getting the opportunity to witness Robinson's brilliance first hand, Hoke's offense is looking more and more each week like the spread attack that Robinson excels in.
Robinson's start to the season has been brilliant. In the process, he has the Wolverines off to an impressive 4-0 start. Another rushing touchdown today from the Heisman Trophy candidate has Michigan well on their way to a 5-0 beginning to the season.
Michigan fans expected a gradual improvement in 2011 after the Rich Rodriguez disaster, but is a complete turnaround out of the question?
With Robinson playing at a high level, anything is possible. especially if his arm ever catches up with the production of his legs.
Now there is no need to get overly excited. The Wolverines haven't entered the tough part of their Big Ten schedule yet, but what the offense has been doing to this point of the season thus far has to give Michigan fans a great deal of hope.
Very few players in the nation are capable of single handily winning a game. Robinson is one of those special few. We've already seen it first hand against Notre Dame.
So Hoke will continue to call Robinson's number and continue to be amazed with the results.
How far can Michigan go in 2011?
As far as Robinson's wide shoulders will take them.
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