Michigan Wolverines star Denard Robinson was on the field for the team's 42-17 Senior Day demolition of the Iowa Hawkeyes, but nerve damage in his right elbow consigned him to running back. On Sunday, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said that Robinson could potentially return to quarterback full time.
Hoke, asked about possibility of Denard returning to full-time QB: "I don't know, I guess he could. I don't know. It's an option."— Kyle Meinke (@kmeinke) November 17, 2012
For the Wolverines, the good news is that this dilemma might not be too stressful of an issue. Junior Devin Gardner has been stellar as Robinson's replacement, throwing for 834 yards and seven touchdowns in Michigan's last three games. Robinson also adjusted quite nicely to running back despite never having played the position before, running 13 times for 98 yards and catching two passes for 20 yards against the Hawkeyes.
Of course, the Ohio State Buckeyes -- who are next on Michigan's schedule -- may present a bit tougher of a challenge.