FAU 2019 Fall Camp - Discussion, Hopes, Predictions
Chris Robison hits Chris Herring (@JordanHerring22)— FAU Owl's Nest (@FAU_Owls_Nest) August 14, 2019
as he streaks towards the sideline. Watch him tip-toe his way upfield to avoid going out of bounds. Impressive play from both RS-Sophomores pic.twitter.com/6LxkHG7lem
BRANDON ROBINSON ARE YOU SERIOUS!?!? We think he'll crack the two-deep for his size alone. If he keeps making plays like this, then we'll see him consistently at Howard Schnellenberger Field at #FAU Stadium in no time.— FAU Owl's Nest (@FAU_Owls_Nest) August 14, 2019
Oh, and the pass is via Chris Robison. pic.twitter.com/bwbWWelK9m
Here's the Owl Slayer himself, Brent Stockstill coaching about Javion Posey. IDK, I still think this is weird.
Welcome to Day 13 of @FAU_Football's Fall Camp. As the Owls prepare for another scrimmage at #FAU Stadium, here's former #MTSU QB @BrentStockstill working with freshman @JavionPosey. You should be proud, @CoachStock! pic.twitter.com/VrATIoq3JV— FAU Owl's Nest (@FAU_Owls_Nest) August 16, 2019
One final point. Without receivers, it may be possible that Robison can’t be effective, because no qb can. And if Robison has numbers like last year he will get blamed for not progressing. Whatever Robison’s “freshman” mistakes were, he still would’ve put up good numbers with receivers. The receivers couldn’t catch last year. How about we stop blaming Robison and start looking elsewhere