Michigan punter Brad Robbins is coming back for one more year in Ann Arbor.

Robbins has been with the Wolverines since 2017 and has appeared in 31 games for them. He announced his decision from his Twitter account on Monday afternoon. This year, he averaged 46.3 yards per punt, and his longest punt of the year was 65 yards.

Here’s what the Westerville, Ohio native had to say about his decision:

“The journey is not over,” said Robbins. “I am fortunate enough to have a 6th year of eligibility. I have been given the unbelievable opportunity to achieve a master’s degree while continuing to perfect my craft and prepare for the NFL. I look forward to continuing my journey as a Wolverine next year as we build upon the future of brotherhood, teamwork, and success that we worked so hard to create. See you in the Big House next fall!”

The 2021 All-B1G selection and Ray Guy Award semifinalist will be sticking around for his 6th year.  It looks like Michigan won’t have to worry about filling its punter position for at least another year, starting this fall.