Spring position preview: Quarterback 

February, 29, 2012
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Denard Robinson, Michigan's dreadlocked, dual-threat, smiling two-year starter at quarterback, is arguably the most recognizable face in college football. And he's back for his third season as the Wolverines' starter as a Heisman Trophy candidate and unquestioned leader of the offense.

His depth is back, too, as backups Devin Gardner and Russell Bellomy return.

But it'll be Robinson's position to lose -- and don't expect him to -- for next season. Going into the spring, however, the Deerfield Beach, Fla. native has things to work on.
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