Michigan Football: What Denard Robinson Needs to Do to Win a Heisman
Head coach Brady Hoke was hired to get Mchigan back to the principles of a pro-style offense and good defense. He is working on the defensive part but it does not look like he will be trying to hold Denard Robinson in the pocket anymore.
Shoelace ran for 200 yards on 21 carries against San Diego State and threw the ball 17 times. The only time he was not the player in charge of making things happen was on the 24 times other people rushed the ball.
If he can keep up those kinds of numbers, Robinson should be a no brainer for a trip to New York City for the Heisman Trophy. If Michigan continues to go undefeated against tougher opponents, Robinson could become the favorite to win the award.
People are currently skeptical of him after putting up similar numbers last year against an equally weak September schedule. Things get tougher for Michigan later this season with road trips to Northwestern, Michigan State and Illinois as well as visits from Nebraska and Ohio State.
The only way Robinson can win the Heisman is if his team gets over ten wins in the regular season and getting there will get considerably more difficult.
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