Notre Dame has had so key wins so far this year. We have to give them credit. Even in victory, many find reasons to discredit the Irish. There was some of that yesterday too. But not from Michigan QB Denard Robinson.
Notre Dame defeated Michigan yesterday 13-6, in a game where the electric Robinson threw four interceptions, fumbles once and accounted for zero TDs.
He felt so bad about his performance that he actually issued an apology. He didn’t give Notre Dame any credit, it doesn’t appear.
“I want to say sorry to everybody who watches football, who watches Michigan football and whoever follows Michigan football. I want to say sorry and it won’t happen no more. I’m going to be accountable for the rest of the season, I’ll tell you that much.”
“I wasn’t accountable. We didn’t make the plays when we needed to. I threw a lot of interceptions.”
“For the 22 years I’ve been living, this is the most disappointed I’ve been in myself. This was the worst game of my career.”