Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson pled guilty on Monday to a charge of driving with a suspended or revoked license. Robinson was pulled over in Bath Township, Mich., early on Nov. 4 for failing to signal and having expired registration tags.
Robinson pled not guilty to the charge on Nov. 21, but missed a Dec. 14 court date. After missing the court date a bench warrant was put out for Robinson, but was canceled on Monday when Robinson appeared in court and pled guilty.
With the case now resolved, Robinson is free to travel with the Wolverines to play in the Outback Bowl against South Carolina on Jan. 1. Robinson, Michigan's all-time leader in total offense, injured his elbow on Nov. 3 and was replaced by Devin Gardner at quarterback. If Robinson's injury still limits his ability to throw, he will line up at running back and wide receiver in the Outback Bowl.