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Marrone leaves Syracuse after four seasons as head coach, going 25-25 with two bowl wins and a share of the Big East title this past season. Here are a few statements from Syracuse leaders:
Syracuse athletic director Daryl Gross: "Doug has restored Syracuse football to its rightful place and we are appreciative of the foundation he has laid on and off the field for the future success of the program. We wish him the absolute best in his opportunity in the NFL. We look forward to improving on our success, as we have great momentum heading into the ACC. We will put a head coach in place who will continue down the successful path we are on."
Syracuse chairman of the board of trustees Richard L. Thompson and chancellor and president Nancy Cantor: "We congratulate Coach Marrone on having this opportunity to become a head coach at the highest level. Under his leadership, we have restored the rich, winning football tradition at Syracuse, and we wish him continued success as he moves to the National Football League.
“We are fully committed to continuing SU football’s successful trajectory and the commitment, work ethic, integrity, and support for the personal and academic development of our student-athletes that Doug and his coaching staff embedded in the program. Moving forward, we have full confidence in Dr. Daryl Gross to find the right successor to build on this success.”
The Buffalo Bills formally introduced Doug Marrone as its new head coach Monday.Marrone leaves Syracuse after four seasons as head coach, going 25-25 with two bowl wins and a share of the Big East title this past season.