Robinson Is a Versatile Asset

Maryland linebacker Matt Robinson, who was once a safety, talks about how his experience in the secondary has helped him in his new role on the defense. He also talks about his develop, health, and the leaders of the defense with

Matt Robinson has had not had the easiest of journey's during his football career at Maryland. Robinson had two season-ending shoulder injuries the past two years, but this season he is back to full health and making an impact on the field.

His health isn't the only thing different about Robinson this season, he also made the switch from safety to linebacker, a role which he is settling into successfully.

Robinson's experience in coverage proved to be a vital asset to Maryland's success against Old Dominion's pass-happy spread offense. With West Virginia's air raid offense up next for the Terps, and Clemson's up-tempo passing attack on tap later this season, Robinson will be a key asset in the up-coming weeks.

The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Robinson sat down with to talk about his transition to linebacker, and how he thinks the season is going so far.

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