ND's Robinson in for busy San Antonio return

AP photoNotre Dame's Corey Robinson eyes the action upfield after making a catch during the 2015 season. Robinson has given up playing due to concussion issues, but remains busy with many interests.

As a graduate student, a Rhodes scholar candidate, a volunteer assistant football coach, a young man of deep faith, a gifted musician and, oh yeah, the Notre Dame student body president, Corey Robinson doesn't get the same lounge-around time many of his college classmates enjoy.

So when Robinson makes his homecoming this weekend to San Antonio, Texas, for Saturday's Shamrock Series game against Army, he again plans to be pulled in dozens of different directions during his stay, juggling several guest appearances around the city along with his duties on the sideline as a student wide receiver coach with the Irish.

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