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Michigan has a far healthier Robinson this year

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08:20 AM ET 10.14 | On the only set of plays their star QB missed this season, the Wolverines scored a touchdown -- that's how well things have been going in Ann Arbor. One of the major concerns about [Robinson] last season was his ability to stay healthy. Michigan's quarterback left more games than he stayed in due to injury as a sophomore. There was no single injury that kept him from starting all 13 games -- though Tate Forcier did have to relieve him to win the Illinois game -- but the nagging issues wore him down. Entering this year's sixth game Saturday at Michigan State, he said he feels like a new man. "I am (healthier), I feel way different than I felt last year," Robinson said Wednesday. "My body's not beat up how it was last year. I treated myself better than I did last year, so that's the biggest thing."

Detroit Free Press

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October 14, 2011  09:04 AM ET
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What is it this morning, the interns have interns, everything messed up, no pics, late threads, no article on the wall of this one, jeez, hard to get good help anymore.

Thursday night cheap margaritas at the interns favorite mexican restaurant. It's difficult for them to get going on Friday mornings.

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October 14, 2011  10:37 AM ET

My prediction, a 9-3 or 10-2 Arkansas matches up with a 9-3 or 10-2 TSUN team in the Capital One Bowl. Set the over/under at @ 74 points and just hope your team has the ball last.

I could handle a Fla trip in January

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October 14, 2011  11:46 AM ET
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My prediction, a 9-3 or 10-2 Arkansas matches up with a 9-3 or 10-2 TSUN team in the Capital One Bowl. Set the over/under at @ 74 points and just hope your team has the ball last. I could handle a Fla trip in January

Sounds like a good game. And I prefer the high scoring affairs. Much more entertaining.

That is...if your team is scoring too.

October 14, 2011  11:49 AM ET
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My prediction, a 9-3 or 10-2 Arkansas matches up with a 9-3 or 10-2 TSUN team in the Capital One Bowl. Set the over/under at @ 74 points and just hope your team has the ball last. I could handle a Fla trip in January

8-3 tsun

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