Denard Robinson says he's 100 percent healthy heading into Penn State game
Speaking up is something Denard Robinson would prefer to avoid.
But when he saw a few of his Michigan football teammates hanging their heads following a 34-17 loss to Michigan State two weeks ago, the sophomore quarterback knew he had to say something.
“We don’t want this season to become like last year,” Robinson said Monday, explaining why he delivered a passionate post-game address to teammates in the locker room.
“I didn’t want nobody to put their head down.”
Robinson won’t put his head down when the Wolverines (5-2 overall, 1-2 Big Ten) return from their bye Saturday against Penn State in Happy Valley.
He said the off week gave his shoulder and knee time to recover from injuries sustained in the season’s first seven games. Asked if he was 100 percent healthy now, Robinson said, “Oh yeah.”