Robinson Induction

John Robinson will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame during ceremonies this weekend in South Bend, Ind.
Hopefully, he will not miss a passing tournament for San Marcos High School, where he serves as the defensive coordinator.

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  • Trojan Conquest

    Scott, why the snide remark about “not miss a passing tournament for San Marcos High School”? If you were going for humor, you missed the mark.

  • Malibu Grad Student

    I wonder if John found out via voicemail…

  • Free_Thinker

    John Robinson is a great coach and class act. More than can be said for Wolf.

  • Trojan Rewind

    yes Free Thinker and yet you keep reading this blog….interesting….

  • Free_Thinker

    Someone has to keep the idiot(s) honest. Consider it my public service Rewind. You’re welcome.

  • Actually, that is humorous and knowing John Robinson, he would be the first to get a laugh out of it. It is good that he continues to help out at the high school level and previously at East L.A. JC after retirement.

  • “Count” Smackula

    i was a Robo fan as a young ignorant boy. i overlooked his mouth-agape countenance and Southern Cal pedigree and came to respect him and still do.

    congrats Robo!!!

  • Trojan Conquest

    I remember the Oklahoma game in 1981 when Robinson kept Mazur calm by joking with him on the final winning drive.

  • Sanctions Stink

    I think you’re condescending tone is out of line, Mr. Wolf. I believe that you are implying that his current employment status is worthy of your contempt. Far from it. Do not think that your roll in this world as a middling beat writer gives you license to judge others for what they do. Remember, character counts. John Robinson has it.

  • Edward

    Thanks for the memories Coach Robinson. You surely deserve this honor.