By Craig Meyer/DFP Staff
Seemingly from the moment he stepped foot on the Boston University campus, things have not exactly gone according to plan for Travis Robinson.
With the two separate broken nose injuries restricting the kind of playing time and chance for development that fellow then-freshmen D.J. Irving and Dom Morris enjoyed, Robinson, once the highest-rated player in a banner seven-player 2010 recruiting class, seemed to be behind the proverbial curve.
But even in a brief career where so many breaks and opportunities have gone the wrong way, on Wednesday night against the University of Delaware, everything went right for Robinson.
Capitalizing on an increase in playing time he has gotten the past several games, the sophomore forward went off for a career-high 16 points on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting performance from the field in the Terriers’ 73-67 win over the Blue Hens.
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