LEXINGTON, KY – OCTOBER 25: Josh Robinson #13 of the Mississippi State Bulldogs runs for a touchdown during the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium on October 25, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Former Mississippi State running back Josh Robinson isn’t happy with his former head coach Dan Mullen.

Robinson, who left the program after the 2014 season, was cited for trespassing at the school’s training complex. According to the former Bulldogs star, Mullen called the police on him. The Clarion-Ledger reports that a source told them a track coach called the police on Robinson after noticing his car was on the track.

Robinson wasn’t happy about the situation and took to social media to call out his former coach and team.

He posted a Snapchat story with his citation and blamed his former coach on calling the police on him.

Mullen seemed perplexed when asked about the incident, telling the Clarion-Ledger, “[I] don’t even know what you’re talking about,” claiming he never called the police.

Robinson trespassed on school property and was caught. Unless he had an agreement with the school about working out at their facilities, he had no business being there. Robinson can be mad at his coach all he wants, but it doesn’t nullify his trespassing. Police just don’t issue trespassing citations willy-nilly. If he was there when he shouldn’t have been, he deserves all the trouble he gets.

Hypothetically, if Mullen did call the police would he be wrong to do so? Trespassers, even ones with existing relationships with the school and program, shouldn’t be put above the law. If Robinson did have permission, however, this story is long from over.


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