Fitz Toussaint will stay Michigan’s starting tailback is spite of his season long struggles, including last weekend’s 17-carry, 19-yard performance in the Wolverine’s 44-to-13 win at Purdue. Wolverine’s head coach Brady Hoke told reporters yesterday at his weekly news conference that he has concerns about the team’s rushing attack but believes Toussaint’s output against the Boilermakers was mostly a product of what he did last year in the Purdue game and how that opened up running lanes this year for quarterback Denard Robinson, who gained more than 200 yards last weekend. It’s homecoming Saturday for Michigan with the Wolverines playing Illinois.
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