By Tommy Hicks | email@example.com
MOBILE, Alabama -- It appears the "two-headed monster'' of the Troy offense will be back in force Saturday when the Trojans travel to Florida Atlantic for a 4 p.m. CDT game.
Starting quarterback Corey Robinson, who suffered a concussion with 15 seconds remaining in the first half of Troy's Oct. 11 loss to Western Kentucky, rejoined the team for practice Sunday night and has been cleared to play on Saturday. Backup Deon Anthony started in Robinson's absence and led the Trojans to a comeback victory over FIU last Saturday.
Robinson said his return means the return of the Trojans' offensive "two-headed monster.''
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