South Bend, IN -- Five straight Michigan passes, five interceptions.
Notre Dame picked off Denard Robinson four times and forced six turnovers, as the 11th-ranked Fighting Irish grabbed a 13-6 win over the No. 18 Wolverines Saturday night.
At one point in the first half, the Fighting Irish (4-0) picked off five consecutive passes by the Wolverines, who had several threats at the end zone, but could only muster a pair of Brendan Gibbons field goals.
Tommy Rees came in for a struggling Everett Golson and scored on a two-yard run in the second quarter. Kyle Brindza added a pair of field goals.
Robinson finished 13-of-24 with 138 yards through the air. He also ran for 90 yards, but the Wolverines (2-2) saw their three-game winning streak against Notre Dame broken.
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