Mocs Terrell Robinson Awaits Rematch With GSU
The Mocs Terrell Robinson enjoyed his coming out party last season against Georgia Southern. He ran for 114-yards, and threw for 62 in replacing injured quarterback B.J. Coleman. Robinson helped rally UTC before they lost 28-27 on a failed two-point try at the end of the game.
This season, Robinson has graduated into a jack of-all-trades for UTC, adding receiver and running back to his quarterback position. As Chattanooga prepares for GSU again this weekend, Robinson is hoping for another big showing. Said Robinson,"That's one of those games I will always remember. At the same time, we do recognize this is a new year. I'm not just a person they don't know about this year. It's all about focusing and going with the game plan for the week." Said head coach Russ Huesman,"He poses problems when you can get the ball in his hands with a little bit of space. We didn't do that this week very well for Terrell. He'll probably play more quarterback this week and try to get him the ball that way."