Marvin Robinson has been arraigned for allegedly stealing a video game from a dorm room. The Michigan safety started one game this season, recording seven tackles against Notre Dame.
Marvin Robinson is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday afternoon on charges of second degree home invasion. The Michigan Wolverines safety was arraigned last week after being accused of breaking into a dorm room in September and stealing a video game.
Robinson was released on a promise to appear for the incident that allegedly occurred on Sept. 29, according to a report from AnnArbor.com. The 20-year-old could face a maximum of 15 years in prison if convicted of the charge.
"We are aware of the report," Michigan coach Brady Hoke said in a statement to AnnArbor.com. "We will let the legal process run its course, and we will not have any further comment until that time."
Robinson started for the Wolverines against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish this season, recording seven tackles -- five of the solo variety -- on Sept. 10. He hasn't played for the past month due to an unspecified injury.