So, I don't know if you guys were aware of this, but Denard Robinson broke Pat White's all-time rushing yards record for QB's yesterday with his 100 yard performance against the Gamecocks. Denard now has 4,495 yards to White's 4,480.
But, here's the thing; Denard wasn't lined up as QB for every play that he carried the ball, both yesterday and in the previous games since his return to the field post-injury. He's been lining up as QB, tailback, and some at receiver (I believe). Michigan though contends that all of his yardage should be counted as part of the total because Robinson was "listed" as quarterback (despite barely playing it). My guess is that they wanted him to achieve the record and thus just kept him listed as QB. But does this mean they had 2 QB's listed, or did they have Gardner still listed as WR?
It's not a huge deal to me, just thought I'd toss it out to see what you guys think.