WolverineNation looks at Denard Robinson's passing numbers, Kevin Koger's alter ego, and more.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges sees flashes of excellence in his offense. But then he also sees the times when nothing seems to go right.
Denard Robinson has shown both, but it seems the only flashes Borges has seen from him in games have been on the ground.
It's not only Robinson's fault, or Borges'. It's the entire offense.
Chantel Jennings writes: Mild-mannered TE Kevin Koger has an alter ego named "Hypeman 86," his more vocal leader counterpart.
Michael Rothstein writes: Minnesota got manhandled on both sides of the line by North Dakota State in its last outing, so Michigan should be able to do the same.
More Jennings: 2012 defensive end commit Chris Wormley keeps his high school team on the winning track despite accusations that the roster has too many transfers.
Tom VanHaaren writes: Detroit Catholic Central junior running back/defensive end Wyatt Shallman brings a unique combination of athleticism and smarts to the table.
Tom VanHaaren talks with Wyatt Shallman.