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November 13, 2004 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Though his team can clinch its first winning season in three years today when it faces Temple in a Big East Conference football game at Lincoln Financial Field, Syracuse coach Paul Pasqualoni continues to hear criticism from parts of the Orange's fan base. Pasqualoni has heard it all over the last four years or so, even though he has collected more Big East victories (61) than any other coach in conference history during his 14 years at Syracuse. The Orange's 4-8 finish in 2002 was Pasqualoni's first losing season with them.
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January 25, 1997 | By Michael Rosenberg, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Kingsway High wide receiver Jeremy Cooper has made an oral commitment to Syracuse. Cooper decided on the Orangemen on Tuesday night after meeting with head coach Paul Pasqualoni and receivers coach Bob Griffin and talking it over with his parents, Lillian and Charles. "They played a big role," Cooper said of his parents. "When they met the coaches, they said, 'Hey, Jeremy, this is the place for you.' I just flat-out said, 'All right.' " Cooper's parents only solidified his feelings; he had liked Syracuse since his visit in early December.
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January 14, 2011 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft after leading Auburn to a national championship and drawing nearly as much attention for a pay-for-play scandal as for his dynamic performances. Auburn released a statement Thursday night announcing the quarterback's decision following his lone year as a major college starter. Newton led the Tigers to their first national title since 1957 and a 14-0 season with a 22-19 victory over Oregon on Monday night.
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February 6, 1998 | By Sam Carchidi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Inquirer correspondent Marc Narducci contributed to this report
Even though Lamar Sturdivant recently underwent knee surgery - and has more surgery planned for March - don't rule out the possibility that the Woodbury High senior will be playing in the defensive backfield for Syracuse in the fall. Sturdivant, The Inquirer's South Jersey defensive player of the year, signed with Syracuse on Wednesday. If he meets the academic requirements - he is still awaiting the results of last month's SAT - Sturdivant figures to be a contributor as a freshman.
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February 3, 2005 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Fate is a funny thing. It's also a big reason Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb and coach Andy Reid are preparing to play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX. "The stars lined up right," Reid said as he sat and relaxed inside the team hotel after the Eagles' rainy afternoon practice yesterday at the University of North Florida. Reid explained that those stars had begun aligning after McNabb's sophomore year at Syracuse when McNabb's coach, Paul Pasqualoni, contacted the Green Bay Packers.
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December 23, 2005 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After stocking his staff with young and enthusiastic assistants, Temple football coach Al Golden named a 35-year veteran, George DeLeone, as offensive coordinator yesterday. DeLeone, 57, who spent the 2005 season as running-game coordinator and offensive-line coach at Mississippi, has been around college football long enough to have recruited both Golden and Temple's recently named defensive coordinator, Mark D'Onofrio, during the 20 years he spent at Syracuse as an assistant coach.
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April 14, 2005 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Greg Robinson was an offensive coordinator in college, a defensive coordinator in the NFL and awfully patient in earning his first head coaching job. After 30 years as an assistant, Robinson, 53, has his own program for the first time. He takes over at Syracuse for Paul Pasqualoni, who was fired in December after 14 seasons. "It's different," Robinson said this week in a telephone interview. "There are more things I have to be involved in, but it's not anything that has surprised me. Through all my years in coaching, I have addressed a lot of issues and seen a lot. " After 15 years as a college assistant, Robinson jumped to the NFL, where he became a defensive coordinator for three teams - the New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs.
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December 30, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Syracuse fired football coach Paul Pasqualoni yesterday, eight days after a 37-point loss in a bowl game - and less than a month after giving him a vote of confidence. Pasqualoni, who was unavailable for comment, departed after 14 years with a 107-59-1 record and a 6-3 mark in bowl games. He is the second-winningest coach in school history, behind Ben Schwartzwalder, who had 153 victories. A businessman who gave improper benefits to Ohio State's Troy Smith, leading to the quarterback's suspension from playing in the Alamo Bowl, faces penalties by the university, athletic director Andy Geiger said Tuesday.
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December 30, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Syracuse fired coach Paul Pasqualoni yesterday, 8 days after a 37-point loss in a bowl game - and less than a month after giving him a vote of confidence. "Sometimes you just know you need to make a change," athletic director Daryl Gross said. "I just think it's time to go in a different direction. " Pasqualoni, who was unavailable for comment, departs after 14 years with a 107-59-1 record and a 6-3 mark in bowl games, including a 51-14 loss to Georgia Tech in the Champs Sports Bowl.
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July 30, 1999 | by Dick Jerardi, Daily News Sports Writer
Paul Pasqualoni doesn't know exactly what's happening in Philadelphia these days. "I don't understand this voidable-years thing," the Syracuse football coach said at Big East Media Day yesterday. "I really don't. " He does understand what Donovan McNabb meant to him and his football team. "It's certainly going to be different," Pasqualoni said. "I think any team in America would miss Donovan McNabb. " Right now, the Eagles are missing him. And he's missing the Eagles.
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December 13, 2013 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
IN THE LATE nineties, Jeff Stoutland spent 3 years as an assistant on Paul Pasqualoni's coaching staff at Syracuse. Coached tight ends for 2 years and the offensive line for a year. Also was Pasqualoni's recruiting coordinator for all 3 years. Both of them favored athletic offensive linemen who could move over slow, big-bellied road-graders. "Coach Pasqualoni would say, 'You know what? Let's go find tight ends and defensive linemen and let's make them our offensive linemen.' " Stoutland said.
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November 26, 2013 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Columnist
Players of the weekend National: Clint Chelf, who lost the starting job earlier this season, passed for a career-high 370 yards and accounted for four touchdowns as Oklahoma State toyed with unbeaten Baylor. Local: Sean McCartney threw for 423 yards and four scores as West Chester won a Division II playoff opener over American International, 38-7. Around town Connecticut 28, Temple 21 Just when you thought the season couldn't get any more indigestible, the Owls (1-10, 0-7 AAC)
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October 14, 2012 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
EAST HARTFORD, Conn. - Temple could have a tough time reaching a milestone unless quarterback Chris Coyer is on top of his game. A victory over Connecticut on Saturday at Rentschler Field in East Hartford would mark the first consecutive Big East Conference victories ever for the Owls. Temple rejoined the league this year after being kicked out after the 2004 season. A traditional run-first team, the Owls (2-2, 1-0 Big East) cannot afford to be one-dimensional against the Huskies (3-3, 0-1)
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January 14, 2011 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft after leading Auburn to a national championship and drawing nearly as much attention for a pay-for-play scandal as for his dynamic performances. Auburn released a statement Thursday night announcing the quarterback's decision following his lone year as a major college starter. Newton led the Tigers to their first national title since 1957 and a 14-0 season with a 22-19 victory over Oregon on Monday night.
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January 20, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Chan Gailey was hired by the Buffalo Bills yesterday, getting a second chance to prove himself as an NFL coach and inheriting a team that has missed the playoffs for 10 straight years. Gailey was introduced by general manager Buddy Nix at a news conference which ended a 2-month search to replace Dick Jauron, who was fired in November. Gailey takes over a team that finished 6-10 and becomes the Bills' fifth coach since Marv Levy retired after the 1997 season. Gailey has spent 15 of his 38 years of coaching in the NFL. In his 2 years coaching the Dallas Cowboys, he went 18-14 and led the team to consecutive playoff appearances - both losses.
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December 23, 2005 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After stocking his staff with young and enthusiastic assistants, Temple football coach Al Golden named a 35-year veteran, George DeLeone, as offensive coordinator yesterday. DeLeone, 57, who spent the 2005 season as running-game coordinator and offensive-line coach at Mississippi, has been around college football long enough to have recruited both Golden and Temple's recently named defensive coordinator, Mark D'Onofrio, during the 20 years he spent at Syracuse as an assistant coach.
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April 14, 2005 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Greg Robinson was an offensive coordinator in college, a defensive coordinator in the NFL and awfully patient in earning his first head coaching job. After 30 years as an assistant, Robinson, 53, has his own program for the first time. He takes over at Syracuse for Paul Pasqualoni, who was fired in December after 14 seasons. "It's different," Robinson said this week in a telephone interview. "There are more things I have to be involved in, but it's not anything that has surprised me. Through all my years in coaching, I have addressed a lot of issues and seen a lot. " After 15 years as a college assistant, Robinson jumped to the NFL, where he became a defensive coordinator for three teams - the New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs.
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February 3, 2005 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Fate is a funny thing. It's also a big reason Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb and coach Andy Reid are preparing to play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX. "The stars lined up right," Reid said as he sat and relaxed inside the team hotel after the Eagles' rainy afternoon practice yesterday at the University of North Florida. Reid explained that those stars had begun aligning after McNabb's sophomore year at Syracuse when McNabb's coach, Paul Pasqualoni, contacted the Green Bay Packers.
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December 30, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Syracuse fired coach Paul Pasqualoni yesterday, 8 days after a 37-point loss in a bowl game - and less than a month after giving him a vote of confidence. "Sometimes you just know you need to make a change," athletic director Daryl Gross said. "I just think it's time to go in a different direction. " Pasqualoni, who was unavailable for comment, departs after 14 years with a 107-59-1 record and a 6-3 mark in bowl games, including a 51-14 loss to Georgia Tech in the Champs Sports Bowl.
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December 30, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Syracuse fired football coach Paul Pasqualoni yesterday, eight days after a 37-point loss in a bowl game - and less than a month after giving him a vote of confidence. Pasqualoni, who was unavailable for comment, departed after 14 years with a 107-59-1 record and a 6-3 mark in bowl games. He is the second-winningest coach in school history, behind Ben Schwartzwalder, who had 153 victories. A businessman who gave improper benefits to Ohio State's Troy Smith, leading to the quarterback's suspension from playing in the Alamo Bowl, faces penalties by the university, athletic director Andy Geiger said Tuesday.
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