“I ran a bootleg pass, started to the right, came back and bootlegged it to the left,” Robbins said. “I had Dennis Blagg at quarterback and he hit Wayne Gilly going across there for a 17-yard gain.
“And I was like, ‘Are you kidding me? We can throw the ball in the Lonesome Pine District?’ ”
On Saturday, the VHSL Hall of Famer confirmed that he’ll be calling his final play for the Vikings at the end of the upcoming season. In a letter to county and school officials, Robbins made it known that he plans to relinquish his position at the end of his 28th year at the helm in Big Stone Gap.
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