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Name: Chris Robison (Transfer from FAU/Oklahoma)
College: No College     Number: 2
Height: 6-0   Weight: 200
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.57
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.75
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Florida Atlantic...PManning/PMaxwell/POBrien...2019: 1stC...CUSA Co-FOY, CUSA All-Freshman Team w/192-304-2540-12-12-63.2 pass, 73-211-2.9-3 rush in 12 gms in '18. Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules in '17. Transferred from Oklahoma to FAU in Aug '17. Attended Oklahoma in Jan '17.

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  FAU's quarterback contingent took a major hit before the start of its 2020 fall football camp. Starting quarterback Chris Robison was left off the Owls' 2020 roster, which was released Tuesday afternoon. A university spokesperson said he's no longer with the team. Robison started all 14 games for FAU last year, completing 61.3% of his passes for a program-record 3,701 yards, 28 touchdowns and six interceptions en route to receiving first-team All-Conference USA recognition for the 2019 season. - Sun Sentinel

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Chris RobisonNo College
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  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Chris Robison, Jr., FAU,...Named the 2019 C-USA Championship MVP after recording 30 yards on the ground on four carries as well as a 17-37-1 passing performance for 267 yards, including his career long 75-yard and season long pass to Deangelo Antoine...Earned first team All-C-USA...Named the 2019 Cheribundi Bowl Offensive MVP after a passing night of 27-37 for 306 yards and two TDs as well as 28 rushing yards on eight carries...used the night to become the program's all-time single-season passing yards leader...Named First Team All-Conference by Phil Steele's Magazine...Nationally, finished in the top-100 in completion percentage (51 - 0.618), completion percentage per game (24 - 20.78). - FAU Football

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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Chris Robison, Florida Atlantic,...Named the 2019 Cheribundi Bowl Offensive MVP after a passing night of 27-37 for 306 yards and two TDs as well as 28 rushing yards on eight carries...used the night to become the program's all-time single-season passing yards leader...Named First Team All-Conference by Phil Steele's Magazine...Nationally, finished in the top-100 in completion percentage (51 - 0.618), completion percentage per game (24 - 20.78), passing efficiency (41 - 144.9), Passing TDs (19 - 28), passing yards (9 - 3,701), passing yards per game (264.4 - 21), passing yards per completion (42 - 12.72), points responsible for (23 0 188), points responsible for per game (35 - 13.4), total offense (37 - 260.1), yards per pass attempt (43 - 7.86). - Florida Atlantic Football

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  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Chris Robison, Florida Atlantic,...Named the 2019 Cheribundi Bowl Offensive MVP after a passing night of 27-37 for 306 yards and two TDs as well as 28 rushing yards on eight carries...used the night to become the program's all-time single-season passing yards leader...Named First Team All-Conference by Phil Steele's Magazine...Nationally, finished in the top-100 in completion percentage (51 - 0.618), completion percentage per game (24 - 20.78), passing efficiency (41 - 144.9), Passing TDs (19 - 28), passing yards (9 - 3,701), passing yards per game (264.4 - 21), passing yards per completion (42 - 12.72), points responsible for (23 0 188), points responsible for per game (35 - 13.4), total offense (37 - 260.1), yards per pass attempt (43 - 7.86). - Florida Atlantic Football

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  Consider FAU head coach Willie Taggart a supporter of potential shakeup that could be making its way into college sports. The NCAA Board of Governors announced Wednesday that it supports a proposal that would allow college student-athletes to earn money off their names and likenesses, a change that Taggart supported during a recent interview with ESPN West Palm (106.3 FM). "They are changes that are probably needed and that'll be good for our student-athletes," Taggart said during the interview. Among the changes that were listed in the NCAA's news release was that collegiate student-athletes would be allowed to reference their sport and school in advertisements, but not with school logos or branding. The proposal would also allow for collegiate student-athletes to sign endorsement contracts and others deals with third-party institutions, as long the schools they attend weren't involved in them being paid.

Taggart said collegiate student-athletes should be rewarded for their name and likenesses, adding that it'll be the responsibility of himself, other coaches and administrators to make sure the student-athletes are educated and informed. "It goes back to a teaching process and we're going to teach our young people throughout this whole ordeal because it's going to be different for them," Taggart said. "We just can't throw it out there and say, "OK, you're just going to do this.' They're young people, we can't forget that. And we have to teach and help them understand what's going on as we present these things they can get now." - Sun-Sentinel


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  Chris Robison passed for 305 yards and two touchdowns and Florida Atlantic scored two touchdowns in a 24-second span late in the first half to take control on the way to beating SMU 52-28 in the Boca Raton Bowl on Saturday night. It was FAU's first game since Lane Kiffin left the Owls to take over at Ole Miss — and the Conference USA champions, playing on their home field, didn't miss a beat under interim coach Glenn Spencer. James Charles ran for two touchdowns for FAU (11-3), which tied a school record for wins in a season and improved to 4-0 in bowl games. The first of Charles' scores came with a minute left in the first half to break a 14-14 tie, Robison found Brandon Robinson for another touchdown 24 seconds later after an SMU interception and the Owls were off and running.

Rashad Smith ran a fumble back for a score in the third quarter to help FAU blow the game open. Robison completed 27 of 37 passes for FAU. Shane Buchele completed 27 for 47 passes for 303 yards for SMU (10-3). The Mustangs were seeking their first bowl win since 2012, this game coming a day after they gave coach Sonny Dykes - who has gone 15-11 in his first two seasons with the team, including the 2017 Frisco Bowl loss - a contract extension. Xavier Jones had a pair of rushing touchdowns for SMU. James Proche, who entered as the NCAA's active career leader in receptions and receiving yards, had nine catches - giving him 301 for his career - for 86 yards and a score for the Mustangs. - AP College Football


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  2019 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): QB Chris Robison, R-So., Florida Atlantic,...Robison, the 2019 C-USA Co-Freshman of the Year, has improved to even greater heights as a sophomore, with 3,416 passing yards and 26 touchdown passes to just six interceptions (after a 12:12 ratio a year ago). That yardage number tops all C-USA signalcallers and the touchdown total is second. He is also fifth in the league in total offense, while captaining the Owls' league-leading scoring offense – that also ranks 16th in the nation – while slotting 33rd in FBS at 443.0 yards per game as well. - Florida Atlantic Football

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  Chris Robison threw for three touchdowns as Florida Atlantic beat Southern Mississippi 34-17 on Saturday to clinch the Conference USA East Division title. Robison had 156 yards passing for the Owls (9-3, 7-1), who will host the Conference USA Championship game on Dec. 7. BJ Emmons ran for 71 yards and a score. Harrison Bryant had 75 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes. Vladimir Rivas scored for the Owls with a 40-yard field goal with 8:07 left in the first quarter.

Robison followed up with a pair of touchdown throws to Bryant, of 38 and 15 yards, and FAU led 17-0 early in the second quarter. Golden Eagles (7-5, 5-3) scored a field goal and a touchdown before the break, closing to 17-10 at halftime. Akileis Leroy picked off Jack Abraham on the Golden Eagles' first play of the second half and returned it 24 yards to the Southern Miss 3, setting up Emmons' touchdown run and a 24-10 lead for the Owls. Abraham threw for 182 yards and ran for a score for the Golden Eagles (7-5, 5-3). He was intercepted four times. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football


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  Chris Robison threw for 336 yards and a score, BJ Emmons had two touchdowns runs and Florida Atlantic rolled passed UTSA 40-26 on Saturday night. The Owls (8-3, 6-1) have won four straight games and sit alone atop the Conference USA East Division standings. UTSA (4-7, 3-4) has lost three of its last four. FAU built a 17-3 halftime lead and stretched it to 33-11 heading into the fourth quarter.

Emmons scored on 32- and 5-yard runs, and James Charles and Malcolm Davidson each had touchdown runs. The trio combined for 169 yards rushing on 26 carries. Harrison Bryant had 10 receptions for 182 yards that included a 2-yard TD toss from Robison. Lowell Narcisse threw two touchdown passes and Jordan Weeks added a third late in the game for UTSA. It was the 100th win overall for FAU, which began the program in 2001. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football


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  Chris Robison threw two touchdown passes as Florida Atlantic cruised past Old Dominion 41-3 on Saturday. Robinson had 208 yards passing in the first half for the Owls (2-2, 3-1 Conference USA). Backup Nick Tronti took over in the second half, adding 57 yards passing and a touchdown. Vladimir Rivas kicked two field goals. Robinson threw a 15-yard touchdown to John Raine late in the first quarter and Malcolm Davidson capped the next FAU drive with a 21-yard scoring run to make it 14-0.

Old Dominion made good on a Robinson interception with a field goal early in the second quarter to close to 14-3, but the Owls scored twice more before the break, on a 14-yard TD throw from Robinson to Harrison Bryant and on a 25-yard field goal by Rivas to lead 24-3. Deangelo Antoine ran 48 yards for a touchdown on a tricky reverse play late in the third quarter for a 31-3 advantage and the Owls cruised from there. Messiah deWeaver had 134 yards passing for the Monarchs (1-3, 0-4) who were held to just 204 yards of offense. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football


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