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Robinson Rejoins Mocs PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Friday, 07 September 2012 14:24

Terrell Robinson, the redshirt sophomore quarterback, who quit the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team Tuesday, apparantly had a change of heart. Two days after he quit

the team, Robinson rejoined the Mocs. He met with coach Russ Huesman Thursday morning and was allowed to return. However, he won't play Saturday when the Mocs (0-1) take on Jacksonville State in their home opener.
Huesman described Robinson as humble, contrite and willing to "do everything he can to help this team win." One moment that really impressed Huesman during his meeting with Robinson was the former South Pittsburg High School star's request to attend the game on his own. UTC had granted Robinson his release, Huesman said, "so he had options."
The 2011 Southern Conference co-freshman of the year's return won't bring about a change in UTC's offensive philosophy. After Saturday's game, the Mocs will return to a two-quarterback system and "play the guy that's producing," Coach Huesman said.
Jacob Huesman, the coach's son, will make his first varsity start against the Gamecocks Saturday afternoon. Chattanooga entertains ASU on September 22.

 


Photo Courtesy: Terrell Robinson, PHOTO SUBMITTED

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