- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Denard Robinson put his head down and one of the fastest men in college football started a slow jog past celebrating Notre Dame players in a stadium of fans who spent two seasons shaking their head at his late-game heroics.
The man in the white No. 16 jersey jogged under the goalposts by himself, up the tunnel in the north end of the stadium after he lost to Notre Dame for the first time, 13-6, in what he called "the worst game of my career."
Four interceptions, five total turnovers and a game in which he forced passes and overall regressed as a quarterback would do that. So much so he apologized afterward. To everyone.