Who To Watch in 2012: No. 3, Fitzgerald Toussaint 

December, 29, 2011
It took almost half Michigan's season for running back Fitzgerald Toussaint to become the Wolverines' featured back.

Once that happened, everything within Michigan's offense seemed to work better. Quarterback Denard Robinson, with some pressure alleviated due to a dynamic run game, played well over the final three games of the regular season. It also gave the Wolverines a multifaceted rushing attack.

Toussaint gained 1,011 yards in essentially 10 games -- he missed the Notre Dame game due to injury and received two carries against Michigan State -- but in those 10 games he cemented himself as Michigan's top running back entering next season.
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