Robinson and the NCAA record book 

November, 30, 2011
While Michigan junior quarterback Denard Robinson will likely finish his career at the end of next season at or near the top of the Wolverines' passing, rushing and total offense ledgers, getting there on the NCAA level is a lot more difficult.

And save for a couple of records, it'll be a reach for him to reach the top 25 -- but that is impressive in itself considering he wasn't used terribly much as a freshman.

Here we break down where he currently stands, who is next on the list what he'd need to average through 14 games to set the record (giving Michigan the benefit of the doubt of reaching a bowl next season but not necessarily the Big Ten championship game), his likeliness to set or tie the record and a guess where he'll eventually end up. This will be career marks only.
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