Greg Robinson's Furry Friend

Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Robinson has come under a lot of fire for the way his defense has performed this season. That happens when you consistently give up 40-plus points a game.

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Robinson looks like he's pulling out all the stops, after he was seen rubbing some kind of stuffed animal on linebacker Kenny Demens during a celebration in Saturday's game against Wisconsin:

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When Wolverine defensive players were asked about the mysterious creature, they were staunchly secretive. Good luck getting anything out of Mike Martin, who couldn't contain himself when asked:

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"Nah, it's a secret," Martin said, smiling. "We can't. That's kind of our thing. That's the defense's thing. I can't talk about that. That's got to stay in our room, our little thing."

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"If you see it, I guess it exists," Martin said, breaking into laughter.

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After giving up 48 points to the Badgers, I have to say the animal wasn't very effective. Michigan will need more than a good luck charm this weekend to contain Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Maybe Robinson's got some rabbit's feet lying around somewhere.

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