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Michigan's Denard Robinson Leaves Game Again, Tate Forcier Returns

Following an interception by Tate Forcier on Michigan’s first play of the second half, Denard Robinson returned to play quarterback on the Wolverines’ next offensive drive.

After leading Michigan’s offense on two possessions, however, it appears the dislocated fingers on Robinson’s left (non-throwing) hand are causing too much pain for him to continue playing. Television cameras showed Robinson having his injured hand examined on the sideline, then talking to head coach Rich Rodriguez to tell him that the hand was too painful to play.

Forcier took over at quarterback on Michigan’s next drive.