Michigan QB debuts in Big Ten Indoor Track

Posted by Mark Branstad

Michigan freshman quarterback, Denard Robinson, made his Big Ten Indoor debut winning the 60 meter dash in a dual meet with Ohio State.  Robinson’s performance confirmed something that everyone already knew…he’s fast.  His time, 6.81 seconds. 

To put that into perspective former Michigan running back, Sam McGuffie (now at Rice University), had a best time of 6.82 in the 60 meters at last year’s Conference-USA Indoor Championships. 

Here’s a few other recent Big Ten football players that competed in the college indoor 60 meters:

Paul Chaney – Iowa / Wide Receiver – 6.82 (2009)

Derrick Williams – Penn State / Wide Receiver – 7.21 (2007 ) 

Justin King – Penn State / Defensive Back – 7.15 (2007)

Marcus Thigpen – Indiana / Running Back – 6.77 (2005)

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