Robinson injury kills Michigan's offense

LINCOLN, Neb. -- As the last seconds ticked off the clock, Denard Robinson was flanked by two Michigan media relations representatives in the same position he spent almost all of the second half -- standing on the sidelines in a blue jacket with a giant Michigan logo on the back, unable to do anything on the field.

An aggravated nerve in his right elbow, his throwing elbow, sent him to the sidelines and with it, Michigan's hold on the Legends Division and a chance at a productive, explosive offense disappeared into the chilly Nebraska night.

He took off on a slow jog toward the south end zone at Memorial Stadium, having seen his Michigan team lose to Nebraska 23-9, and was the most concerning image for the Wolverines.

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