"In a strange way, this game was the perfect end point to the trilogy, at least insofar as the series of games against Notre Dame defines Robinson in broader terms. In Robinson's three games vs. the Irish, we have seen everything he is capable of, for better or worse. The mercurial quarterback has orchestrated comebacks, shouldered an entire offensive burden, and become a whimpering scapegoat. It all emanates from the very heart of his brilliance. Robinson is, and forever will be, the living embodiment of football unpredictability. From his first snap as a college freshman -- a broken play turned touchdown against Western Michigan -- through the spectacular individual heights of 2010 and the maddening inconsistency of 2011, Robinson has at no point given anyone a good idea of what is coming next." - My Monday column at the Freep on Denard being Denard.