Notre Dame Football
September 12, 2010 by staff
It was a game that seemed destined as first coach Brian Kelly Notre Dame.
Less than four minutes earlier, a rainbow appeared on stage as Notre Dame Kyle Rudolph caught one pass for 95 yards Dayne Crist to give Notre Dame a 24-21 lead.
However, with Robinson in the control, Michigan went on a 72-yard, 12-play drive that culminated in the deciding score.
The Irish defense hounded by Robinson, especially in the first half, could not handle the latest outbreak as the Irish fell to 1-1.
Robinson is the real deal. He ran for over 258 yards (25 cavities), including a touchdown run of 87 yards was the longest race of the line of scrimmage at Notre Dame Stadium history, and threw for 200 (175 break) as he continually caused headaches for the Notre Dame defense.
Crist, meanwhile, was injured in a one-yard sneak in the first series of the game. He sat out the rest of the first half as Notre Dame fell behind, 21-7. Backup Tommy Ramos and Nate Montana fought both in the absence of Crist.
Crist returned to the start of the second half and fueled the Irish revival.
His first pass of the second half was a 53-yard connection with TJ Jones to cut the gap to 21-14. Jones actually dropped the ball before reaching the end zone but was ruled a touchdown.
While Notre Dame Rüffer David drilled a field goal from 24 yards, Brendan Gibbons Michigan was missing three triple 40 and 39 yards, making the game interesting in the end.
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