Michigan's run game has been less than stellar this season outside of Denard Robinson, who has carried the majority of the rushing load. In fact, Michigan's second-leading rusher is Fitzgerald Toussaint, who has only 92 rushing yards in his two games.
Coach Brady Hoke has said that the offensive line play has been a part of Michigan's struggles, but Robinson seems to be immune from that, averaging 8.8 yards per carry.
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