Hokies 'figured out' U-M offense 

January, 4, 2012
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NEW ORLEANS -- This wasn’t how Michigan thought it would go. Throughout the lead-up to the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Tuesday night, offensive coordinator Al Borges said he felt his team’s timing was still there, that his offense was improving.

Quarterback Denard Robinson, who had been up and down throughout the season, was coming off the best two-game stretch of his career leading up to the bowl (in wins over Nebraska and Ohio State) and seemed finally to find his stride.

Perhpas that confidence has waned a bit now. Yes, Michigan beat Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl, 23-20, but its offense never quite showed up, held to 184 yards.
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