HOOVER, Ala. — The arrest and subsequent discipline of Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson has been a major topic of discussion since the Crimson Tide contingent showed up to speak at SEC Media Days, and now Robinson himself has joined the discussion.
On Wednesday, coach Nick Saban detailed how his program is punishing Robinson and backup safety Laurence “Hootie” Jones, both of whom were arrested in Louisiana last May on drug and gun charges. He then got into a heated exchange about it with ESPN’s Paul Finebaum.
Soon after, Robinson shared a message on his Twitter account that appeared to be directed at the day’s events.
“People are so quick to react without knowing ANY FACTS,” the star lineman tweeted, which has since been deleted.
Robinson, widely projected to be an early first-round pick in next year’s NFL draft, has only tweeted a handful of times since being arrested.