Denard Robinson is the quarterback at Michigan, 6-0, 197 lbs., and will burn you mercilessly if you even give him the slightest crease to run through. His numbers may not be as high as they were in his prior two years, but Ohio State found out the hard way that the QB still has a lethal pair of legs.

Late in the second quarter, Robinson took a direct snap and jetted through a slim hole toward the right side of the field. Two of the Buckeyes' defensive backs were in near-perfect position to make the tackle. Robinson was a little bit too much to handle for the two apparently as they simultaneously bounced off him as he sprinted 67 yards to the end zone, giving the Wolverines a 21-17 lead and Ohio State a lesson in fundamentals.

We're guessing the defensive backs aren't too mad, though. The Buckeyes came back and won 26-21 to finish the season undefeated.

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[via Bleacher Report]