September 26, 2006
Audio: Robiskie makes his own name
Ted Ginn Jr. and Anthony Gonzalez may be one of the best one-two combos in the entire league at the wide receiver position. On Saturday afternoon though, neither Ginn nor Gonzalez were able to find much luck against the Penn State secondary and it was Brian Robiskie that made the spectacular happen when he pulled down the Troy Smith strike late in the game to give the Buckeyes some breathing room.
What did Robiskie think about the play and how does being a coach's son help the maturation of his game? Check out what the sophomore receiver had to say about all of it here. Also hear which NFL receivers have had the biggest impact on this rising star.
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