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Freshman Quarterback Chris Robison Dismissed From Oklahoma

Freshman Quarterback Chris Robison Dismissed From Oklahoma

Lincoln Riley announced that freshman quarterback Chris Robison was dismissed from the team for violation of team rules on Wednesday night.

Robison early enrolled after graduating early from high school in December of 2016. He was arrested the night of the Sooners Spring Game back in April, and did participate in workouts this summer. Robison reported back to Oklahoma for the beginning of Fall Camp last week.

The freshman was looking to get in the middle of the backup quarterback battle that included Austin Kendall and Kyler Murray.

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