As I opened my review copy of NCAA 14 I wondered just what to expect.
Denard Robinson is going back to college with a little NFL experience.
Denard Robinson’s wait for a new employer stretched to the final day of the NFL draft, but the former Michigan standout didn’t have to wait long.
His cover on NCAA Football14 was revealed Tuesday after he won a fan vote. The game hits shelves on July 9.
In a heated battle against Texas A&M’s Ryan Swope, Denard Robinson, former Michigan QB, emerged victorious in the EA SPORTS NCAA Football Cover Vote campaign.
Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson will play wide receiver in the Senior Bowl.
Brady Hoke’s assessment of Michigan’s season was a bit blunt after a gut-wrenching loss in the Outback Bowl.
“I trust my offensive line,” Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson said. “I know they’ll lay it (all out) for me, so I’ve got to do the same for them.”
Denard Robinson’s position is a secret for the final game of his college career.
He had been cited for the same crime at 1:33 a.m. Nov. 4 in Bath Township, which is just north of East Lansing — otherwise known as Spartans territory.