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Robbins, Jason

Jason William Robbins

A junior kicker at the University of Toledo, Robbins is a three-year letter winner. During the 2004 season, Robbins went 9-10 on field goals (long of 40 yards) and 55-56 on extra points for 82 points (second on the team). He also punted five times with an average of 33.4 yards and a long of 48 yards.Toledo finished the regular season in 9-3 and then played in the Motor City Bowl against Connecticut, losing 39-10. Robbins kicked one field (27 yards) and punted twice in the game.

Birth and Death Dates:
b. November 12, 1981

Career Highlights:
A four-sport letterwinner in high school (football, soccer, basketball, and track), Robbins enrolled at the University of Toledo in 2001 and redshirted that season. In 2002, Robbins was 13-16 on field goals and 54-62 on extra points as Toledo went 10-3 in the regular season (winning the MAC title), but losing to Boston College in the Motor City Bowl. The following year, Robbins went 3-7 on field goals and 48-50 on extra points as Toledo finished 8-4 and did not play in a bowl game. That year, he was nominated as an Academic All-America.

Origin:
Sylvania, Ohio

Career Dates:
Robbins is a kicker at Toledo, 2001-present.


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