Denard Robinson injured
Michigan starting quarterback Denard Robinson injured his knee in the first quarter of the Wolverines' game against Bowling Green in Ann Arbor.
Robinson, one of college football's biggest early-season sensations, landed on his knee following a hit near the sideline at the end of a 47-yard run. He went to the sideline where he appeared to be having his left knee evaluated on the bench.
On just five carries Saturday, Robinson ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns and was 4 for 4 for 60 yards.
He was replaced by Devin Gardner.
Robinson threw for 671 yards and four TDs and ran for 559 yards and four scores in the first three games of the season.
More information to follow as it becomes available.
UPDATE: Robinson was smiling while wearing a headset on the sideline, but no official word has been given on his status. His day, however, appears to be over.
UPDATE II: Head coach Rich Rodriguez said Robinson could have probably come back into the game if he was needed, so the injury doesn't appear to be too serious.
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