Oklahoma G Duke Robinson & crowd control

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Oklahoma G Duke Robinson and crowd control
    10:50 AM Tue, Mar 31, 2009 | Permalink
    Rick Gosselin E-mail News tips

    Oklahoma's two-time All-Big 12 offensive lineman Duke Robinson knew the sound of a hostile crowd long before he ever trotted into the Cotton Bowl to play Texas. A native of Atlanta, Robinson worked as a teenager at Braves' baseball games selling bottled water.

    "But a lot of the fans didn't want water," Robinson said, "they wanted beer. I'd tell them. `I'm too young to sell you beer.'"

    Robinson grew up to be 6-5, 329 pounds and a three-year starter at guard for the Sooners. He's also the great nephew of Motown singer/songwriter Smokey Robinson. Duke projects as a premium draft pick (first three rounds).
  2. 28 Joker

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    Drop, Duke. I want this guy on the board at 51.

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