Fitz Toussaint shines in Michigan football spring scrimmage highlights
Michigan football junior running back Fitz Toussaint firmly stamped his name on the starting halfback job a year ago.
In 2011, Toussaint became the first Wolverine running back to rush for at least 1,000 yards since Mike Hart eclipsed the number in 2007.
And, so far this spring, it appears Toussaint is picking up where he left off, as he ripped off a pair of lengthy runs Saturday during a closed team scrimmage at Al Glick Fieldhouse.
"I just give credit to my offensive line," Toussaint told MGoBlue.com after the closed scrimmage.
Other highlights from the scrimmage included a leaping catch and run by junior receiver Jeremy Gallon, a nice cutback scamper from sophomore running back Thomas Rawls and, of course, two dazzling downfield runs by senior quarterback Denard Robinson.