There’s already a song about him on the radio. He was profiled in USA Today. ESPN has tabbed him as the most exciting young player in college football. He’s already got an iconic Heisman photo that is becoming a hot commodity in Ann Arbor. Florida coach Urban Meyer called him the best player in college football. Good luck trying to find his jersey for sale. Robinson’s scintillating first two weeks have Ohio State fans expressing mild concern about their six game-winning streak over the Wolverines. Michigan football is relevant again. The job of Rich Rodriguez, in peril in the preseason, is no longer a topic. It’s amazing what a shifty 19-year-old quarterback – he turns 20 next week – with 4.3 speed has done in two weeks for one of the most storied programs in college football history. [Photo via Getty]
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