Last year, the Michigan playbook consisted of 106 pages that just said "Denard, go do stuff." It was a simple offense, but led to quarterback Denard Robinson being run into the ground, beaten brutally week after week. This year, with a new head coach, the playbook is a bit more complicated, but the end result is still, "Denard, go do stuff."
Like this fantastic play, which turned out exactly how it was drawn up. The playcall: "Jumbo set, Denard hand-off, fumble, Denard scoop and score." Nothing to it. See how it all turned out after the jump.
Just wait until Robinson throws a touchdown pass to himself. You laugh, but it will happen before he's done.