Let’s try this again. Mesquite (Texas) Horn quarterback Chris Robison was on fire during the first month of the season.
The Scout 100 quarterback and Oklahoma commit was showing why on a weekly basis until a foot injury suffered last month temporarily derailed his season.
With Robison out and because of an unexpected and unfortunate forfeit loss because of an ineligible player in a previous win, it has made the playoff road for the Jaguars about as tough as you can imagine.
It starts 7:30 p.m. CST Friday night at Dallas Jesuit. The Rangers enter at 9-1, while Horn is 6-4. Still, with Robison back and healthy, an upset is not out of the question.
Sooners Illustrated saw Robison that one time when he was injured in the second quarter. It was really a ridiculous situation with how close everything was on the Highland Park sideline and an injury that certainly should have been avoided.
Luckily for Robison, he didn’t break his foot. He just missed the next couple of games but has been back to his usual self since returning.
For the season, Robison is completing 63 percent of his passes, going 125 of 197 for 1,834 yards with 26 touchdowns and just three interceptions.
Robison, who was OU’s first commit of the 2017 class, has been to every single OU home game this season. OU’s other commit for the class, Scout 300 safety Robert Barnes, is involved in a major battle as well as Southlake Carroll takes on two-time defending champion Cedar Hill on Friday evening.