REPORT: Former Texas A&M assistant Tommie Robinson joining Colorado staff

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With the spring game a month away and spring practice officially started, Deion Sanders continues to bring new faces to his coaching staff. This time, Coach Prime and the Colorado Buffaloes are bringing in Tommie Robinson, according to Clarence Hill Jr of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

CU’s star-studded staff is getting another big name, and Robinson has a vast resume. He has spent time with the Cowboys in the NFL and various college spots, including TCU, Texas, USC, Miami and most recently Texas A&M.

Robinson began his coaching career in 1986 and brings a ton of experience to the staff, something that is a familiar theme for the Buffs.

The Buffs have been busy revamping the staff, and offensive coordinator Sean Lewis (the recent head coach at Kent State) is the biggest name on tap.

Robinson was the running backs coach at Texas A&M under Jimbo Fisher, but it remains to be seen what his role will be in Boulder. Nonetheless, this is another terrific addition to the Buffs staff.

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