Iowa State running back Alexander Robinson is counting on the Cyclone offense to more productive during the 2010 season. As a junior, Robinson finished third in the Big-12 in rushing with just under 12 hundred yards on the ground. Robinson says they struggled with consistency last year and having a better grasp of the offense gives them the potential to be better.
Robinson says the Cyclones need to limit negative plays and be more consistent. He says they need to execute every down and that’s something they didn’t do. Robinson’s numbers would have been even bigger last season had he not struggled with a groin injury midway through the season. His goal for 2010 is to remain healthy.
The Cyclones close out spring drills with an intra squad game.