Denard Robinson wasn't really Michigan's quarterback during a 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.
He hasn't lined up at the position much since a late-season injury forced him to finish his college career mainly taking handoffs from fill-in quarterback Devin Gardner.
Still, Robinson became the top rushing quarterback in NCAA history Tuesday, with his 100 yards against the Gamecocks giving him 4,495 in his career. West Virginia's Pat White set the previous record of 4,480 from 2005 to 2008.
But does Robinson really deserve that spot in college football's record books? He certainly is one of the best runners the sport has seen, ranking 20th on the all-time rushing list. Who knows how much higher he'd be on that list if he had been a full-time running back for his entire career.