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Robinson Leaving With Split Legacy

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Denard Robinson finally beat Ohio State last year, but that was a scandal-ridden 6-6 aberration. U-M survived an ugly Sugar Bowl victory that helped further push the BCS fat cats into finally conceding their politically motivated boondoggle must modernize.

He'll leave U-M as one of the more polarizing college football figures in this state. He's either one of the best college quarterbacks who ever took a snap simply through the sheer weight of his individual numbers or a one-dimensional threat who couldn't rise to the challenge against the few good teams U-M faced.

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