ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson says his poor performance in the loss to Michigan State was "out the window" less than an hour after the Spartans routed the Wolverines 34-17.
The loss dropped Michigan out of the Top 25.
Robinson says he has to get past his three-interception game to prepare for Iowa's visit next Saturday.
The Spartans shut down Robinson after he looked flawless in the first five games.
He was 17 of 29 for 215 yards Saturday in Ann Arbor and accounted for two touchdowns. But he also made costly turnovers and ran for a season-low 86 yards on 21 carries.
Robinson ran for 905 yards and eight scores and threw for 1,008 yards and seven scores with only one interception in the season's first five games.