By Ronald Guy
Poor Terry Robiskie. He was the poor soul tasked with picking up the pieces after Norv Turner’s firing during the 2000 season. Robiskie coached the final three games, winning the finale.
Robiskie’s professionalism for holding down a fort that was in flames was worth mentioning, but his three-game cup of coffee tour as head coach was hardly sufficient to pass judgment on the long-time NFL assistant coach: “Not rated” seems right.