PERFECT VENUE, EXCELLENT CAREERAfter quarterback Zac Robinson was unable to play on Senior Night on Nov. 19 against Colorado at Boone Pickens Stadium, the senior expressed disappointment in missing his final game on campus. "Not playing (against Colorado) was pretty tough, especially the last home game,” Robinson said. "(The Cotton Bowl) is the last college game, and I don’t know how I’ll react. Playing our last game together is probably going to be pretty tough.” Robinson said he can’t think of a better place to end his collegiate career than against Ole Miss in the first Cotton Bowl Classic at the Jerry Jones’ new Cowboys Stadium. "I don’t know if there’s anywhere else you’d want to play than that stadium,” he said.