Former Mississippi State running back Josh Robinson was ticketed Tuesday night for trespassing on the campus’s athletic complex, where he was doing some late exercise.
However, it seems that the former Bulldogs is blaming his old head coach for the citation.
After receiving the ticket, Robinson took to Twitter and seemed to place the blame for the ticket on head coach Dan Mullen. He said that the coach called campus police on him and that it wasn’t the first time it has happened.
However, it seems the campus police has a conflicting report of what happened last night. They said someone saw a car parked on the track and when police responded, it turned out to be Robinson.
“Josh’s social media is Josh’s social media, but it doesn’t reflect the facts as outlined in the police report,” MSU director of communications Sid Salter said.
Robinson played for Mullen from 2012-2014 and racked up nearly 2,000 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground. He is currently a free agent after he was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the 2015 draft.
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