Former running back claims team is all he ever wanted, needed.
MOON BASE 1 -- On Monday, a forlorn Adam Robinson publicly apologized for his off-field transgressions at the end of last season, which included poor academic performance and a Dec. 27th arrest for possession of marijuana, saying he was ready to give things another chance if Iowa was.
"Just tell me what to do now, because I want you back," Robinson said.
Wearing a gold muscle shirt and baggy black pants, the 21-year old former running back delivered his remarks from a base on the moon, presumably to indicate that his dismissal from the team had left him feeling emotionally isolated. Robinson began the press conference by admitting that his off-field transgressions would be a significant obstacle to his potential return to the team.
"It's hard to make the things I did undone, a lesson I've learned too well for sure," Robinson said, adding that he is willing to do whatever it takes to win back the trust of his coaches, teammates, and fans.
Robinson then proceeded to glide-step and rock his shoulders like a seesaw.
Robinson claimed he never considered transferring because in his heart he's always been a Hawkeye.
"You're all I ever wanted, you're all I ever needed," said the former Des Moines Lincon star.
Head coach Kirk Ferentz has not discussed the issue of Robinson's dismissal since telling the sophomore "bye bye bye" two weeks ago.