Found October 05, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
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BigEast.org Tonight marks the much-anticipated Big East conference opener for Syracuse. The Orange returns to the Carrier Dome after the bye week for Pitt, trying to turn around an ugly start to the season. Now is the time for SU to make its move. Follow @orangefizz on Twitter for in-game updates from the Dome & DA’s Knee Jerk Reaction column right after the game How realistic is an Orange U-turn? SU would have to win five of its next eight games to claim bowl eligibility. There is a clear sense of urgency not just with the players, but with the coaching staff. The Fizz welcomed an all-star crew on Fizz Radio to break down Doug Marrone’s future. He knows every move will be examined with great detail. ”My philosophy has been when you’re struggling, the player, in my opinion, is looking for answers. He wants to know, ‘Why are we 1-3?’ You have to identify those situations, which the bye week gives you the ability to do.” From an individual player standpoint, Marrone can only pin...
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