Former NFL head coach John Gruden critiques former SU quarterback and current NFL prospect Ryan Nassib on ESPN’s “Gruden’s QB Camp.'
As the starting quarterback of the Orange, Ryan Nassibwon two Pinstripe Bowls and led Syracuse to a number of fourth quarter comebacks and upsets over top-25 teams. He did this despite having to learn multiple offensive schemes and facing the task of rejuvenating a football program that recently had not been very competent.
After former SU head football coach Doug Marrone left the Orange to coach the Buffalo Bills, it seems as though his offensive coordinator at Syracuse, Nathaniel Hackett, will run the Bills' offense next season
The Syracuse football coaching carousel continues. Only a few days removed from the news that former Syracuse head football coach Doug Marrome decided to leave for the NFL, it seems as though another integral part of SU's dominant offense will be going with him.
According to Bruce Feldman of CBSsports.com, SU defensive coordinator Scott Shafer will replace Doug Marrone as head football coach
The Orange football team has found Doug Marrone’s replacement, according to reports.
Scott Shafer, the team’s current defensive coordinator, will be promoted to head coach, according to Bruce Feldman of CBSsports.com. The promotion comes days after Marrone decided to become the head coach of the Buffalo Bills
Although he coached at Syracuse for only four seasons, former head football coach Doug Marrone helped revitalize a fading program.
It was only a matter of time before another team decided it needed Doug Marrone’s help. Eight days after leading the Syracuse football team to its second bowl victory in three years, Marrone accepted the head coaching position at the Buffalo Bills.
After interviewing with the Buffalo Bills Friday night, Syracuse University head football coach Doug Marrone decided to take the job left vacant by Chan Gailey and coach the Bills for 2013-2014 season, according to ESPN.com and NFL.com.
There has been no word from Marrone yet, nor has any contract been signed.
Offensive lineman Justin Pugh decided Thursday to forgo his last year at Syracuse University and declare for the NFL draft in April.
Syracuse University football lost another key offensive player Thursday, as standout offensive lineman Justin Pugh declared via his Twitter account that he has decided to declare for the 2013 NFL draft with one year of eligibility left.
Syracuse University head football coach Doug Marrone announced Tuesday running back Adonis Ameen-Moore and tight end Max Beaulieu will not play in the Pinstripe bowl on Dec. 29.
After a few weeks of speculating whether or not linebacker Marcus Spruill and running back Steve Rene would play in the 2012 New Era Pinstripe Bowl after being arrested in early December, Syracuse University head football coached Doug Marrone announced Tuesday that two players would not be playing against...