There wasn't exactly much concern in Ann Arbor about Denard Robinson's status for Saturday's game against Indiana, but just in case anybody was worried he might not play, fear not:
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez says quarterback Denard Robinson is "good to go" against Indiana.
Rodriguez says Robinson did everything in practice Tuesday and won't have restrictions this week.
The prognosis is not nearly as promising for running backs Michael Shaw and Fitzgerald Toussaint. Both are doubtful for the game, which is a blow to Michigan's depth at running back. Shaw has established himself as the top back, and Toussaint got his first action as a Wolverine last week, rushing for 66 yards on two carries.
On defense, Carvin Johnson may play for the first time since the season opener against UConn. Brandon Herron, who has been out since the Notre Dame game, is questionable. Safety Michael Williams, who has been dealing with concussion issues, may be done playing football for good, so Michigan shouldn't expect him to be able to play anytime soon.