San Jose State defensive coordinator Greg Robinson is retiring following the Cure Bowl today, per an AP report.
Robinson, 64, had been in coaching since 1975 and had served on both the collegiate and professional levels. Prior to San Jose State, he had served at Texas in the same position and also worked at Michigan, UCLA, Syracuse and other programs over the course of his career.
Robinson also served in the NFL with the New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs and won two Super Bowl rings with Denver. Robinson also won four Rose Bowls combined with UCLA and Texas.
He has spent the past two seasons at San Jose State, with the Spartans going 8-16 during his time with the team.
Kickoff between SJSU and Georgia Southern is set for 7 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network.
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