Ross Robinson is starting his 10th season as the GMC's Offensive Coordinator as his 22nd season as a college coach. Coach Robinson's directed offenses have continuously put up great numbers during his tenure at GMC. The 2019 offense finished in the top 5 in the nation with yards per catch and yards per rush. In 2013, Robinson's offense helped guide GMC to an 11-0 regular season and berth in the NJCAA Mississippi Bowl where the Bulldogs played East Mississippi Community College for the national title. During the 2013 season, the GMC offense finished ranked in the top five in many offensive categories, including No. 1 in rushing offense.
Before coming to GMC, Robinson spent four seasons at Samford University (AL.) as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator. He coordinated four of the top signing classes in Samford football history. Prior to arriving at Samford, Robinson spent seven seasons (2000-2006) at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). He was the recruiting coordinator for five seasons while coaching running backs, receivers, and defensive backs. Rivals.com ranked UAB's 2005 and 2006 recruiting classes as the second best among Conference USA schools. Rivals.com also rated Robinson as the No. 2 recruiter nationally among 'non-BCS' schools. Robinson also coached at the University of West Alabama (1999) and was a graduate assistant at Auburn University working under notable coaches such as Bill Oliver, Jimbo Fisher, and Tommy Bowden.
Robinson is a native of Headland, AL. and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Mathematics from Auburn University. He is the father of Owen Tyler, 13.