Found February 01, 2013 on Orange Fizz:
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Syracuse fans should be rapidly becoming impressed with Scott Shafer’s new collection of coaches. Since SU finished filling most of the vacancies Doug Marrone left behind, this new group has assuaged all fears about the 2013 recruiting class. In the last week, the Orange has landed two WRs, Corey Cooper and Corey Winfield, a QB in Mitch Kimble, monster OL Alexander Hayes, and TE Aaron Batten. What a 180 degree turnaround. It wasn’t long ago that Marrone’s departure created terrifying uncertainty for SU. Long-committed recruits voiced their concern on Twitter. Zach Allen. supposedly Syracuse’s savior at quarterback, abruptly decommitted on January 12th. Augustus Edwards and Laray Smith turned cold on the program. Orange Nation couldn’t help but feel like the core of the class was on its way to destruction. Follow The Fizz on Twitter for Syracuse‘s latest Signing Day news Now it feels extremely ironic that Allen left because of the unknown at offensive coordinator. At the time, it l...
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