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VIDEO: Denard Robinson Picked Off With Ease In Sugar Bowl

After a bizarre play by Virginia Tech that pushed them from first and goal to kicking a long field goal, the Michigan Wolverines started their next drive of the 2012 Sugar Bowl with David Molk back in at center. The first few snaps worked just fine for the Michigan offense, but Denard Robinson was stopped for little gain. Robinson picked up a third and long with a slant for 10 yards, then decided to take a shot deep down the field.

I'm not sure if Robinson overthrew a receiver or under threw the other one, but it was a perfect pass to Virginia Tech defensive back Kyle Fuller who made the interception. Despite the fact that the ball was bobbled around as Fuller went down, the play was not reviewed.

For more on the 2012 Sugar Bowl, visit Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country and Michigan blog Maize 'n' Brew, plus SB Nation Detroit and Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.