Talking Penn State and College Football History: Mark Robinson
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This week’s guest is arguably the “hardest hitter” in Penn State football history. Mark Robinson, safety 1980-1983, joins us this week and talks about his Penn State career, which includes the 1982 National Championship team. Mark was a 4th round draft pick and played ten seasons in the NFL before retiring from the game. He then took on the role of radio color analyst for the South Florida football broadcasts. He served in that role for the first 20 years of football at South Florida before retiring.  Most Penn State fans will remember the infamous interception against Pitt in 1981, where Mark Robinson ran without one shoe to score the games last touchdown off an interception of Dan Marino. Sit back and remember the great years of Penn State football with #32, safety Mark Robinson.