- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- This is it, Denard Robinson's last chance to set records at college, to move up among Michigan's career leaders.
And one final chance to set the record he likely would be most associated with if he broke it -- the FBS career quarterback rushing mark.
Here's a look at what Robinson needs to set that mark -- and a brief glance back at some of the records he already has:
FBS QUARTERBACK RUSHING RECORD:
Held by: Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-2008: 4,480 yards
Robinson is at: 4,395 yards.
Yards needed to break: 86 yards.
RECORDS ROBINSON SET THIS SEASON:
Big Ten quarterback rushing record: 4,395 yards, previously held by Indiana quarterback Antwaan Randle El with 3,895 yards.
Michigan yards gained, career: 10,669 yards, previously held by Chad Henne, with 9,400.
Michigan average gain per play, career: 7.37 yards, previously held by Todd Collins at 7.02.
Michigan average yards per game, career: 222.3 yards per game, previously held by John Navarre, with 208.3.
Michigan most yards gained, single game: 502 vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 11, 2010. Robinson holds nine of the top 10 spots, broken up only by a 368-yard game by John Navarre on Oct. 4, 2003, the No. 9 game.
Michigan most 200-yard rushing games, career: 5, tied with Mike Hart.
Michigan most interceptions, career: 39, passing Chad Henne, who had 37.