Q&A with Bedlam QBs Bradford and Robinson
Sam Bradford and Zac Robinson appeared together Monday night at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Honors Banquet. After posing for photos with the high school FCA academic all-staters, the Oklahoma quarter and Oklahoma State quarterback did a Q&A with Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett presiding over the session at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Today, Part I.
Tomorrow, Part II.
You live a very public life, but what’s going on in your life right now that most people have no idea is going on?
Robinson: Well, I’m playing a lot of golf. (Laughter.) Spring football just got over, so it’s been kind of nice to get a little bit of a break. Finishing up school, and just been hanging out, trying to finish up school strong and, like I said, playing a lot of golf, which is a good thing.
Bradford: I wish I got to play a lot of golf. (Laughter.) But hopefully that will come in a couple weeks when we’re out of school. But kind of like Zac, I’m just trying to finish up school right now. We’ve got about three weeks left. Just trying to hit the books and get ready for finals and sneak out to the golf course or the fishin’ pond any time I can.
It’s the perfect weekend. No football. No studies. A clean slate for you. What do you want to do?
Bradford: A perfect weekend that I could make happen sometime in the next couple weeks would be at the lake. Wake up, go fishin’ in the morning, go to the golf course, play a round, go back out on the water, mess around on the boat. Then wake up the next day and do it again. (Laughter.)
Robinson: Well, my girlfriend’s here right now, so if I didn’t say hang out with her a little … (Laughter.) But I like going to the lake as well. I’d probably say wake up, play golf. Then I would probably go to dinner and a movie with my girlfriend. We do that all the time, so that would probably be a good weekend.
Your most favorite football moment?
Robinson: It would have to be just this past season when we played Missouri. We were kind of under the radar at the moment, and Missouri was ranked No. 2 in the country. It was fun time for us to go up to their place and pull that upset and put Oklahoma State football on the map. That’s definitely been my most fun moment playing football in my whole career.
Bradford: My also came against Missouri. It was this year in the Big 12 Championship game. We knew if we won we had a good opportunity to go to the national championship game, and we came out and we played about as well as we could have. It was kind of the dream game, to play in a championship game, and we were fortunate enough to win that and have the opportunity to play for the national championship. Winning that Big 12 title was definitely my favorite memory.
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