Michigan QB OK for Purdue

November 09, 2010

Michigan sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson practiced Monday and is expected to start this week at Purdue after being sidelined with headaches and dizziness in Saturday's win against Illinois.

Coach Rich Rodriguez didn't confirm whether Robinson had suffered a concussion but said the quarterback had symptoms but passed all his medical tests.

•Wisconsin running back John Clay is questionable for Saturday's game against Indiana with a sprained right knee even though tests came back negative following last weekend's contest. … Nebraska coach Bo Pelini said he expected Taylor Martinez, sidelined for a week with a sprained ankle, to be the starting quarterback against Kansas this week. … Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder visited with doctors again to check on soreness and swelling in the elbow that he originally hurt last month. … Arkansas cornerback Ramon Broadway likely will miss the rest of the season after suffering a dislocated ankle Saturday.

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