ANN ARBOR --- Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges said Tuesday that his offensive players are as receptive to what he's teaching as any group he's ever worked with.
Borges has been an offensive coordinator at nine different college programs.
Borges praised quarterback Denard Robinson for his accuracy and speed and added that Robinson, the reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, is working to improve his footwork. Robinson is not expected to run as much as he did last season.
Borges also complimented junior receiver Roy Roundtree, who has "been very consistent."
On Tuesday, Michigan will conduct its ninth spring practice. Six practices remain before the April 16 spring game.
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