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Denard Robinson is suspended indefinitely by Michigan for alleged OWI

The Wolverines have suspended Denard Robinson in light of his recent arrest.

Tyler Nielsen trips up Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson in a game played Nov. 5, 2011 in Iowa

Denard Robinson, the assistant director of player personnel at Michigan, was taken into custody early on Monday morning on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) subsequent to being involved in a single-car collision. Following the March 16 arrest of former defensive line coach Greg Scruggs for a similar offense, this occurrence represents the football program’s second OWI arrest. As the case progresses, Robinson has been suspended indefinitely, while Scruggs eventually resigned from his post at Michigan.

Sherrone Moore, the head coach of Michigan, made the following statement on Monday regarding the incident:

Moore released a statement saying, “We are aware of the incident involving Denard Robinson and have suspended him indefinitely.” “We will keep an eye on the situation and will not be making any more comments at this time.”

In 2022, under Jim Harbaugh’s leadership, Robinson—a famous quarterback during his playing career in Ann Arbor—joined the U-M coaching staff. This summer, head coach Moore made the decision to retain Robinson on staff at the Los Angeles Chargers when head coach Harbaugh took a position there.

Coach Moore has had to deal with damage control more often than he would have liked in his brief tenure as Michigan’s head coach. He had to deal with the Scruggs incident first, and now this. It’s unknown at this time if Robinson will stick around for the duration of the program.

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