Zac improves in 2nd start
Sophomore accounts for 327 yards, 4 TDs in victory over Texas Tech

By John Helsley Modified: September 23, 2007 at 1:06 am •  Published: September 23, 2007

owing natural instincts as a runner, he romped 48 yards for a first-half touchdown.

"I looked upfield,” Robinson said, "all of a sudden I see a gap 40 yards wide.

"I've (run the ball) in high school. I definitely like it here.”

Robinson also completed 16-of-32 passes for 211 yards, with his biggest connection going to tight end Brandon Pettigrew, who completed a 54-yard pass play for the winning score with 1:37 remaining.

"This week, just the leadership on the sideline and on the field, the throws that he made, handling all the checks that we had, I was impressed with him,” Fedora said.

Overall, the Cowboys finished with 610 yards of offense.

"I think our stats kind of looked like a video game at the end,” Robinson said. "It was definitely a lot of fun.

"We focused all week on just getting back to this offense playing the way we know, that's having fun. And we're not having fun unless we're moving the ball.”

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