Nashville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) – Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette
said Friday he is walking away from football to enter medical school.
Robinette missed six games due to injuries last season, including a concussion
he suffered against South Carolina on Sept. 20, which he called “a factor” in
his decision to give up football.
The redshirt junior began the 2014 season as Vanderbilt’s starting quarterback
and was expected to compete for the role again this year. He completed 89 of
155 passes for 1,096 yards and seven touchdowns with eight interceptions in 16
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Grambling, LA (SportsNetwork.com) – Grambling State will kick off its 2015
schedule with a first-ever matchup at the University of California and play
four times at home during an 11-game schedule.
Last year, the Tigers improved by six wins to finish 7-5 in coach Broderick
Fobbs’ first season leading his alma mater.
The Tigers will open the 2015 season at Cal on Sept. 5 and play their home
opener a week later on Sept. 12 against Bethune-Cookman.
Grambling also will play at Eddie Robinson Stadium against Southwestern
Athletic Conference opponents Alabama A&M (Oct. 10), Mississippi Valley State
(Oct. 24) continue
Berkeley, CA (SportsNetwork.com) – The University of California at Berkeley
announced Wednesday a pair of future games against FCS opponents from the Big
Cal, from the Pac-12, will host UC Davis in its 2019 season opener on Aug. 31.
The Golden Bears hold a 9-0 series lead against UC Davis, whose head coach, Ron
Gould, was an assistant at Cal for 16 seasons from 1997-2012.
The following season on Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium, Cal will
host Cal Poly in a first-ever meeting on Sept. 12, 2020.
Florida State has been a successful football program and they have seen that translate into financial success off the field. The Board of Trustees have approved issuing $85 million in bonds to upgrade Doak Campbell Stadium on the campus of Florida State.
The Seminoles were national championship winners a year ago and fans and alumni have invested their money into the program. A small $6 million upgrade will begin soon with the rest coming soon.
Arizona State received bad news as wide receiver Cameron Smith will undergo surgery on his right knee. Smith was limited near the end of the season and continue
Hampton, VA (SportsNetwork.com) – Hampton will play five times at home as it
tries to build off coach Connell Maynor’s first season last year.
In an 11-game schedule announced Monday, Hampton will face Kentucky State
(Sept. 5) and Richmond (Sept. 12) in non-conference action at Armstrong Stadium
and then Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opponents North Carolina A&T (Oct. 3),
Delaware State (Oct. 10, Homecoming) and Florida A&M (Nov. 7).
Hampton’s rivalry game against Howard will be played on Sept. 18 at RFK Stadium
Last year, the Pirates finished 3-9 in Maynor’s first season.
2015 Hampton Football Schedule