After spending three years at the Rebels since transferring from the University of Guelph in Ontario, senior defensive end Tavius Robinson’s college career came to an end Wednesday night after the 2022 Tax Act Texas Bowl. rice field. Robinson and his rebels didn’t get the result they wanted as he lost 25-42 to Texas Tech in Houston.
But Ole Miss’s 2022 Sack Leader hit it big in its own way. The Canadian native did not disappoint in his final match as Ole made his mistakes at his level. He produced his two forced fumbles, one sack and five tackles (four solo). His one of his forced fumbles came with about three minutes left in the third quarter, leaving enough time for the Rebels to put him 16 points behind and attack in midfield. rice field.
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How did Robinson lose after the game? As any senior player can imagine.
“Yeah, it’s frustrating and it sucks,” Robinson admitted. “It wasn’t the way we wanted it to be, but we didn’t play our best football today. Thanks to them, yes, it sucks.
Robinson has been with the team since the first season of 2020, the Lane Kiffin era, began at Oxford. Now that his time at Oxford is coming to an end, what will he remember most about his 2022 Rebels?
“Really how close we are. I mean, I think this is the closest the team has been in my three years. It’s a bond we’ve built. I think they’re going to be lifelong bonds, and I’ll definitely remember that,” Robinson recalled.
Year after year, Robinson is on a trajectory showing steady improvement season after season. In 2022, he not only improved, but had a breakout senior season. He got off to a slow start, recording just his 1.5 sacks in his first six games of the year. In his last seven games of the year, including his tech for Texas, Robinson recorded his 5.5 sacks, and in the same seven games he recorded all five forced fumbles.
“It was a big adjustment at first,” Robinson said at a press conference heading into the Texas Bowl. was great, the coaches, the players and everyone here were great.I have learned a lot over the years (years) when it comes to football but how much I am here (also) as a person. Growing up is really crazy.”
as of Wednesday morning, Tavius Robinson He also accepted Reese’s invitation to the Senior Bowl, hoping to further increase his NFL stock this season. is equipped with
Robinson has played 34 career games with 90 tackles (36 solo), 11.5 sacks, five forced fumbles (all in 2022), two fumble recoveries (all in 2022), and 14 tackles in a loss. , closing out the Rebel career.