Well, so much for Denard Robinson learning how to pass. No matter for Michigan fans, he's only got 167 rushing yards and three touchdowns through three quarters against San Diego State.
Michigan looks like a dangerous team this season. Are they flawless? Certainly not. But there aren't too many teams in college football that have a Denard Robinson leading their squad.
It might be the Robinson show on offense, but defensively this Wolverine team is worlds better than they were a year ago. They've given Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley fits today as he's passed for a mere 96 yards and hit only 10 of 23 passes.
Lindley is considered an NFL talent at quarterback, so this is a good sign for a team that's been porous on defense the past few seasons.
Michigan looks like they'll be 4-0 after this game is over. They host Minnesota next week, a game I expect them to win. If Denard can translate his September play into the full length of the season, this is a team that could surprise some people in the Big Ten.
There's no question that Michigan's stock is rising faster than it has since the Lloyd Carr days.
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