The mother said that two other players were injured by teammates and that Robinson, despite being told of threats, did nothing to protect them, according to the Times-Union.
Robinson, in his second season as McIntosh County Academy’s coach, led the Buccaneers to a 10-3 finish and their first state-championship appearance in the program’s 36-year history.
Robinson is 139-81-1 in 19 seasons overall as a Georgia head coach. He has coached at Pike County (1993), Jackson (1994-95), Metter (2001-02), Fitzgerald (2003), MCA (2005-10, 2015-current) and Washington-Wilkes (2011-14). Robinson is one of only three active coaches to lead three schools to region titles.