- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
Michigan had a finish for the ages Saturday night, coming from behind twice in the final 2:16 against Notre Dame to come out with a 35-31 victory.
For three quarters, the Wolverines looked bad. The Irish outplayed them and looked to be coasting.
Then Denard Robinson got comfortable, his receivers made plays, and a struggling defense pounced on mistakes by Notre Dame.