Jeff Robinson
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 09/16/2008
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Yet another Vandal defensive machine, Jeff Robinson was a sack artist for the football team from 1989-92. He brought down opposing quarterbacks 57.5 times in his career, which is the best in Idaho history and nearly 20 better than the next best mark. For his career, he made 90 tackles in the backfield, which ranks second at Idaho, and he gathered 277 total tackles to rank 13th. He was a three-time All-Big Sky performer and a two-time Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year the only Vandal defender to win the player of the year award multiple times. After he collected 20 sacks in 1991 an Idaho record, he was chosen to three All-America teams. He gained even more recognition in 1992 after he tallied 13.5 sacks, which led to five publications declaring him a first-team All-American. He was also a third-team All-American in 1990. He joins John Friesz as one of just two three-time All-Americans in Idaho football history. Not surprisingly, he was voted as the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Player three years in a row from 1990-92. The Denver Broncos picked him in the fourth round of the 1993 NFL Draft to begin an NFL career that continues today with his role as long snapper for the Seattle Seahawks. He picked up a Super Bowl ring in 1999 as a member of the St. Louis Rams.