Numbers: Denard Robinson laps two legends, the wealth gets spread and Cox runs hard
ANN ARBOR -- Another game, another climb up the record chart for Denard Robinson.
The Michigan football senior quarterback threw for 291 yards, ran for 106 and combined for four touchdowns in the 17th-ranked Wolverines' 63-13 win over Massachusetts on Saturday.
Robinson climbed higher on a handful of Michigan all-time record lists, including moves past legendary quarterbacks Tom Brady and Jim Harbaugh.
A few notable numbers from Saturday:
Robinson passed former quarterback John Navarre for second on the school's all-time total offense list. The senior quarterback is now just 91 yards away from becoming the school's all-time leader in that category. Chad Henne currently holds the mark with 9,300 career yards.
Robinson's 291 yards passing pushed him in front of both Tom Brady and Jim Harbaugh on the school's all-time passing yards list. Robinson is now 208 yards behind Todd Collins for fourth all-time.
Robinson has now rushed for more than 100 yards 16 times, tying former running back Butch Woolfolk for fifth on the all-time list.
Career rushing touchdowns for Robinson after after a one-score performance. He's now tied with Chris Perry for fourth on the all-time list, and two back of Mike Hart for third. Anthony Thomas is the career leader with 55.
Different Michigan receivers to catch passes Saturday. Five of those players (Drew Dileo, Jeremy Gallon, Devin Gardner, Roy Roundtree and Devin Funchess) finished with multiple grabs.
Rushing yards from Michigan running backs on Saturday, 131 more than all of Michigan's running backs had combined to rush for in the season's first two games.
Players that saw action for Michigan on Saturday in a blowout victory.
Players that left the field with an injury during the game.
Rushing yards by current UMass and former Michigan running back Michael Cox on Saturday. Cox's career-high at Michigan was 82 (2009, Delaware State).