Tyler Robinson joined the BSC football staff at the end of the 2018 spring season.
In Robinson’s first season with the Panthers, he helped improve the passing attack by 24 yards per game. The BSC passing game ranked within the top 50 nationwide in almost all passing categories. They finished the season with three different receivers collecting at least 35 receptions. Two of which were recognized by the conference with postseason honors in Buddy Dowd and Gentry Neese. Freshman wideout Neese was named Southern Athletic Association Newcomer of the Year after he tallied 55 receptions for 553 yards and one touchdown on the year.
Robinson previously spent three years at Jacksonville State University as an offensive graduate assistant coach, working with the wide receivers. He was a part of three out of four straight Ohio Valley Conference titles, during all of which, the Gamecocks went undefeated in conference play. In 2015, Jacksonville State made it to the FCS National Championship game, coming up short against North Dakota State. Robinson helped coach multiple time OVC All-Conference, and All-America selections, and JSU’s all-time leading receiver in Josh Barge.
Before his time at JSU, Robinson spent the 2014 football season as a volunteer assistant at Maryville College, where he coached a USA South All-Conference tight end in Jared Miller.
Robinson spent his collegiate football career at Huntingdon College. He was a part of the Huntingdon offense that broke the Division III total offense per game record in 2013, averaging 585 yards. He was named a permanent team captain in 2013.
Robinson received his bachelor’s of science in history with secondary education teaching certification from Huntingdon in 2015. He received his master’s degree in sports management from Jacksonville State in the spring of 2018.
A native of Oxford, Ala., Robinson attended Oxford High School. He and his wife, Shelby, reside in Hoover, Ala.