Albany State

Albany State adds NFL talent to coaching staff

Former Atlanta Falcon now coaching defensive line.

Albany State football will receive some guidance on the field this year from a guy who has played football at its highest level. Former NFL player Travian Robertson will begin his first season on the football staff at ASU as the defensive line coach for the Golden Rams.

Travian Robertson

Robertson was a seventh-round draft pick of the Atlanta Falcons in the 2012 NFL Draft. He played two seasons for the Falcons and was signed in 2014 by the Seattle Seahawks. The Washington Redskins later claimed Robertson off waivers.

Robertson joins ASU after spending one season as a graduate assistant at Georgia State University. While coaching in Atlanta he worked with the defensive line, mainly coaching the nose tackles.

A native of Laurinburg, NC, Robertson played college football for the South Carolina Gamecocks.

The Golden Rams kick off the 2018 season on September 1 with a road game at Valdosta State.

2018 Schedule

9/1/2018 Valdosta State University Valdosta, GA 7:00pm
White Water Classic
9/8/2018 Tuskegee University Phenix City, Alabama 5:00pm
9/15/2018 University of West Georgia Albany, Georgia 7:00pm
9/22/2018 Lane College Jackson, Tennessee 2:00pm
9/29/2018 Miles College Albany, Georgia 7:00pm
10/6/2018 Catawba College Salisbury, North Carolina 1:30pm
10/13/2018 Morehouse College Atlanta, Georgia 6:00pm
Homecoming
10/20/2018 Clark Atlanta University Albany, Georgia 2:00pm
10/27/2018 Benedict College Columbia, South Carolina 2:00pm
Fountain City Classic
11/3/2018 Fort Valley State University Columbus, Georgia 2:00pm

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