The revival of Michigan football continued on Saturday when the Wolverines stomped out Illinois, 31-14. While this win only continued to show the strength of the Michigan football team, only one year removed from the Rich Rodriguez fiasco, there was a crucial injury.
In the third quarter, Denard Robinson followed through on a pass and crunched his hand against an Illinois pass rusher. Robinson was replaced by Devin Gardner, who helped maintain the Wolverine lead.
At this time, there is no official word on the extent of the injury, but fans have to be worried going into next week's key game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. However, before looking forward to next week, what did we learn from Michigan this week?