AFA's Robinson cleared to play



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Tue. September 4, 2012 | Rodney Page | Email

When Admiral Farragut senior quarterback Colby Robinson left Friday night's game against Lakeland Victory Christian with a knee injury, coach Chris Miller thought he would be lost for the season.

But Robinson and the Blue Jackets got some good news on Tuesday. An MRI by Dr. Koko Eaton revealed no ligament damage and Robinson was diagnosed with a slight sprain. He has been cleared to play in Friday night's game against Shorecrest.

Robinson, who helped guide the Blue Jackets to the Class 2A state final last season, left the Victory Christian game in the first quarter and did not return. He was replaced by Jestin Green. AFA won the game 18-14.

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