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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | January 26, 2016

Notre Dame football: Corey Robinson running for student body president

  Notre Dame's Corey Robinson had 16 receptions for 200 yards this past season.

As one of the top receivers on Notre Dame's football team, Corey Robinson is already a big man on campus.

Now, he's trying to become the man on campus.

The junior wideout is in the running to become Notre Dame's next student body president.

As he told Mary Green of The Observer, Robinson would continue to play football and has a plan in place to balance both sports and his role in student government.

“In the fall, we practice to 2:30 to 7, so anything between those hours, I can’t participate in, but the rest of the day, I’m free,” he said. “I’m going to have three or four classes … and the way my schedule works, only football and student body, so that way, I’ll be able to be fully invested in both, in those two aspects.”

It's certainly cool to hear just how dedicated Robinson would be to giving both of these passions the attention they deserve.

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