Robinson Believes in Facing the Consequences
In a recent interview with Fox News Digital, star football player Bijan Robinson shared his thoughts on the consequences of taunting in the game. Robinson, a former Texas football standout, expressed his belief that fans and players should face the consequences of their actions.
When asked about taunting, Robinson said, “Honestly, yeah. But I mean, that’s just me being biased because I just loved the University of Texas. I love everything about it. But I mean, for me, like, it shouldn’t affect you because that’s the sign of smack talk for other teams.”
The Solution: Just Win the Game
Robinson believes that the best way to stop taunting is to simply win the game. He advises players to laugh it off and enjoy the moment, knowing that if they come out victorious, the opposing team won’t be able to taunt them anymore.
“I feel like you’ve just got to laugh it off and just enjoy the moment because if you win, they can’t do it no more,” he said. “Like, they can’t put the horns down. It’ll just look dumb. I can’t really let it affect me at all. I don’t think it affects too many people. But when it does, like you get thrown out then. Oops, should’ve never have done it in the first place.”
About Bijan Robinson
Bijan Robinson, a running back, recently completed his first season with the Falcons. He had an impressive season, finishing with 976 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns, 58 catches for 487 yards, and four receiving touchdowns.
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