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EVANSTON, Ill. -- Denard Robinson threw three interceptions in the first half, each more ugly than the one before it. In the second half, the Michigan quarterback was nearly flawless, and he kept No. 12 Michigans record perfect, too, leading the Wolverines a 42-24 win over Northwestern on Saturday night. Robinson threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more, helping Michigan come back from a 10-point halftime deficit. "My teammates kept pushing me and telling me to calm down and just do what you can do," Robinson said. "Some throws I could have easily put it on the guy. And I overthrew it. Theres some things Ive learned from it." Robinson threw for 337 yards and ran for 113 as Michigan (6-0, 2-0) scored on its first three possessions of the second half. The Wolverines trailed 24-14 after a first half in which Robinson threw three interceptions. Michigans Junior Hemingway caught five passes for 123 yards and Roy Roundtree added five grabs for 83 yards. Both receivers set up touchdowns with big gains by outleaping the Northwestern secondary on what Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald called "fifty-fifty balls." Dan Persa threw for 315 yards for Northwestern (2-3, 0-2) which blew a double-digit lead for the second straight week. Jeremy Ebert caught 11 passes for 87 yards for the Wildcats. But Northwestern was outscored 28-0 in the second half. So what happened? "Young man named Denard Robinson," Fitzgerald said. "Hes pretty good. Probably better than weve seen in a while." After shutting out Northwestern in the second half, Michigan has allowed just 21 second-half points in six games and has forced nine second-half turnovers. Michigan has won nine of the last 11 meetings between the schools, though they hadnt met since Northwesterns win at Michigan Stadium in 2008. With Michigan trailing by 10 points, Robinson came out firing in the second half. He connected with Roundtree on a 57-yard bomb to set up Robinsons two-yard touchdown scamper. After a stop, Robinson led an 80-yard drive, accounting for 68 yards himself, and Devin Gardner scored on a one-yard run to put Michigan up 28-24. Michigans Brandin Hawthorne then picked off Persas tipped pass, setting up Michael Shaws three-yard touchdown run. Northwestern had the ball for just 2 minutes, 32 seconds during the third quarter. "We possessed the ball better, so our defence was off the field," Michigan coach Brady Hoke said. "We play good defence when were off the field." Ebert fumbled after a short reception from Persa, giving Northwestern two straight turnovers after turning the ball over just two times total in their first four games. After shutting out Northwestern in the second half, Michigan has allowed just 21 second-half points in six games and has forced nine second-half turnovers. After winning their first five games at home, the Wolverines were playing their first road game of the season, though the Northwestern purple in the crowd at Ryan Field had a liberal sprinkling of Michigan maize that gave the game a Big House-like feel. The Wolverines started fast. Robinson hit Hemingway on a key third-down pass for 48 yards. The senior outleapt safety Ibraheim Campbell to make a tumbling catch, and Robinson found Steve Watson from nine yards out for the games first score. Persa led three long Northwestern scoring drives in the first half. Northwesterns 14 first-quarter points were more than Michigan allowed in its three previous games combined. The Wolverines entered the game allowing just 10.2 points per game, second in the nation and down from 35.2 last season. "Its frustrating," Persa said. "But we have no one else to blame but ourselves. We have to look inside ourselves to see what we need to do to pull it out." Meanwhile, Robinsons erratic throws kept Michigan off the scoreboard. Robinson entered the game with a Big Ten-high six interceptions and he threw three more -- all on overthrows -- in the first half. "We had three picks, probably should have had five," Fitzgerald said. Campbell had two of the interceptions, his second coming on the first play of the second quarter after Michigan reached Northwesterns 16-yard line. It was the second time all season that Michigan didnt score inside the 20 -- the first was a kneel-down to end last weeks 58-0 win over Minnesota. But after halftime, it was all Robinson and Michigan, which converted 14 for 17 on third-down conversions in the game. "The players and coaches all looked at each other and we know we hold each other accountable," Robinson said. "I thought I did alright in the second half. I stepped into my throws like I was supposed to."
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.J. -- If people were looking for Richard Sherman to get the weeklong hype for the Super Bowl started with another rant, the Seattle cornerback disappointed them.
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. The delighted Vancouver Whitecaps coach was "lost for words" after his club scored three goals in the first 20 minutes en route to a 3-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.
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. They won gold today in the womens bobsled competition at the Sochi Games. The Canadian duo finished with a four-run time of three minutes 50.
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. NHL hockey is returning to the Manitoba capital. The True North Sports and Entertainment group announced on Tuesday that they have completed a deal to purchase the Atlanta Thrashers and move them to Winnipeg in time for the 2011-12 season.
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. Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, Detroit third baseman Miguel Cabrera and Minnesota catcher Joe Mauer each were selected for the fifth time.(SportsNetwork.com) - The Detroit Lions have reportedly signed defensive tackle Vaughn Martin. Mlive.com is reporting the signing, citing Martins agent. Martin played in just three games last year, his first season with the Miami Dolphins. He underwent suurgery for a sports hernia and was released in November.dddddddddddd For his career, Martin has totaled 79 tackles and three sacks in 51 games (27 starts). He spent his first four seasons with the San Diego Chargers before going to the Dolphins. ' ' '
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