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Topic - Sean Robinson
"We talked about it ever since Robert Marve went down," he said. "We were taking the redshirt off Sean Robinson, and we were going to play him. That is the best way to develop a guy is to get him on the field. Just the timing of it sometimes is a challenge."
"In a team meeting, he gave us a sheet of paper and some envelopes and told us to write a letter to someone we care about and send it to them so they knew what they meant to us. That's what separates him," linebacker Sean Robinson said. "Coach Hazell is a different guy, and not in a bad way."