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Michigan QB Denard Robinson out of game with leg injury

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Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson, widely accepted as the Heisman frontrunner, left the Wolverines' game against Bowling Green with a knee injury in the first quarter.

Robinson came into the game as the nation's rushing leader and had piloted Michigan to two touchdowns in the early stages before the injury. Freshman quarterback Devin Garnder replaced Robinson.

A team doctor said the injury is not a torn ACL, according to a report from ESPN. His day appears to be over.

The dual-threat sophomore sensation set a school record for total yards in a victory against Notre Dame in Week 2.

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