Former Wolverine Rumeal Robinson Released From Jail
Former University of Michigan All-American point guard Rumeal Robinson has been let out of prison.
He was serving a 6 1/2 year sentence after being found guilty on 11 counts of bribery and fraud.
Robinson hit two free throws with three seconds left in overtime to put Michigan ahead 80-79 over Seton Hall and give the Wolverines their only national championship in men's basketball in 1989.
He was a first-round draft pick of the Atlanta Hawks in the 1990 NBA Draft, he played seven years in the league.