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Former Syrcause DT Ryan Sloan transfers to FCS

It is never easier to make a life-changing decision, especially one that involves changing where you will get your education in the middle of your tenure in college. That is exactly what former Syracuse DT Ryan Sloan did when he decided to drop down to the FCS level and transfer to Stony Brook University. According to College Football Talk, Sloan posted the decision on his Instagram...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Orange DT Ryan Sloan transferring to Stony Brook

Former Syracuse defensive tackle Ryan Sloan will play out the 2015 season at Stony Brook University. Sloan, a redshirt senior, recently graduated with a degree in child and family studies and is moving on from the school after having a history of negative experiences at Syracuse. "After multiple long conversations with my stepparents (who strongly suggested that I stay a fifth year...
Via Fox Sports
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss
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