Why Greg Robinson Will Become a Legend at Michigan!

Posted by Peter White on July-23-2009 Add Comments

So, after the 2008 season when Michigan's defense gave up a school-record 28 points per game and 366 yards per game with 42 touchdowns allowed, Rich Rodriguez decided it was time for a change, so in came former Syracuse head coach Greg Robinson.

Robinson does not have impressive head coaching stats, but many college football fans are not aware of Robinson's accomplishments as a defensive coordinator. So, allow me to give you some backround on our new defensive coordinator.

Here is Greg Robinson's resume:

1. He was a two-time Super Bowl champions coach while with the Denver Broncos in 1997 and 1998.

2. He spent 10 of his 14 years in the NFL as a defensive coordinator with the ...

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