Sources: Georgia’s Robinson not leaving for Bama

  • Chris Low, ESPN Senior WriterJan 15, 2024, 03:41 PM ET


    • College football press reporter
    • Signed up with in 2007
    • Graduate of the University of Tennessee

Travaris Robinson is staying at Georgia after speaking with Sunday with new Alabama coach Kalen DeBoer for the Crimson Tide’s defensive coordinator task, sources told ESPN.Robinson invested

the past 2 seasons under Nick Saban as Alabama’s cornerbacks coach and took on an increased role in the defense this season. However after Saban revealed his retirement Wednesday, Robinson was called Georgia’s co-defensive planner and securities coach 3 days later on. Robinson replaced Will Muschamp, who moved to an off-field analyst role. Glenn Schumann is Georgia’s main playcaller on defense.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated DeBoer was called Alabama’s coach last Friday night, and as he continues to assemble his personnel, he tried keeping Robinson, who in addition to being a crucial part of Alabama’s defensive staff was likewise one of the Tide’s top employers. Robinson, however, elected to stick with his original option and remain at Georgia.Robinson has extensive SEC experience. He played at Auburn and was

South Carolina’s defensive planner under Muschamp from 2016 to 2020 before not being maintained by Shane Beamer when Muschamp was fired. Robinson coached protective backs at Florida from 2011 to 2014 and after that at Auburn in 2015 before joining Muschamp at South Carolina.Alabama running backs coach Robert Gillespie and protective line coach Freddie Roach are anticipated to stay on staff under DeBoer, who plans to also bring numerous of his staff members with him from Washington, consisting of offensive organizer Ryan Grubb. Saban spoke with Grubb for Alabama’s offending planner job in 2015.

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