I have mixed feelings about that. I think they want to break an addiction to relying on Braxton's legs. Remember Robinson a few years ago for SCUM. After non-conference play, everyone was talking about a Heisman for him, then Big Ten play came and he couldn't keep it up. Meyer knows we can't rely on him and so by holding him back, I think he's forcing the other guys to step up. I think in the back of their minds the receivers might be thinking "It's ok if I don't run my route perfectly, because Braxton will make something happen with his legs". or maybe the linemen are thinking "I don't have to hold my block very long b/c Braxton will make something happen with his legs." That's dangerous thinking. So by putting a moratorium on it, they are forcing the other players to not rely on him. I honestly am glad that this was a tough game because you saw Devin Smith and Jake Stoneburner step up in a couple big situations. It really became a crucible in which they were forced to step up.