Michigan S Marvin Robinson Accused Of Stealing Video Game

Michigan safety Marvin Robinson is accused of breaking into a dorm room in September and stealing a video game.

On the same day that Louisville Cardinals coach Charlie Strong blamed Call of Duty for the team's loss this past weekend, Michigan Wolverines safety Marvin Robinson finds himself in hot water thanks to a video game as well.

The sophomore is accused of breaking into a dorm room in September and stealing a video game. He was arraigned last week on a charge of second degree home invasion and his hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

Robinson has nine tackles in five games this season, one of which he started. He did not travel travel with the team to the Iowa or Illinois games, though head coach Brady Hoke blamed that on an undisclosed injury.

"We are aware of the report," Michigan coach Brady Hoke said in a statement. "We will let the legal process run its course, and we will not have any further comment until that time."

For more on the Wolverines, head on over to Maize n Brew.

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