rushing numbers? Wilson could rush for those numbers if he had to. I think Wilson and Robinson have an equal amount of big plays. Wisconsin would be good, but they wouldn't be national title good without Wilson.
But he doesn't, so you're left with a subjective/arguable statement.
Not trying to discredit Wilson at all, I just think Denard does more to help his offense than Wilson does, and that stems primarily from Wilson's ability to rely on other aspects of his offense rather than himself, which is a nice situation to be in.
But I agree that they probably have equal number of big plays, but it seems Denard's benefit Michigan more than Wilson's does to Wisconsin. Which, like I said, is primarily because Michigan usually need to get every point they can, where as Wilson can run up the score all he cares to and in the end, their defense can still hold a team to 7-14 points.