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Back to Main MenuWeather HomeSchool Event ClosuresBack to Main MenuCrime Safety HomePolice BlotterReported CrimesCity of SyracuseNorth Suburbs Oswego CountyEast Suburbs Madison CountyWest Suburbs Cayuga CountyCNY TrafficBack to Main MenuPhotos HomePhoto EssaysBuy Photo ReprintsYour PhotosBack to Main MenuVideos HomeNews VideosSports VideosHigh School Sports VideosEntertainment VideosLiving Videos An Auburn message board announced that Tigers defensive line coach Don Dunn was coming to Syracuse to join the staff of new Syrause head football coach Doug Marrone. Marrone said last night he's never heard of Don Dunn. Former Syracuse star Tim Green already is absolutely convinced that Marrone is the best recruiter in the business. Green points out that Marrone introduced him to his wife, Illyssa. He said they were training for the NFL Draft and "´╗┐Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" they were walking out of his Syracuse apartment. Illyssa pulled up in "Anabolika Definition" a car and Marrone introduced them"He warned me not to, that she was in a different Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day league than I was," Green said. "Then we saw her again that very night. I took the challenge."I have that to thank him for. It's the best thing that ever happened to m." Marrone and his wife own a farm near Nashville. It's funny when you think about Marrone being from the Bronx. "My wife says, when we're done and retiring, what do you see yourself doing?" Testosterone Cypionate For Sale Usa Marrone said. "I say, sitting in a condo in Florida near the water. She said I don't picture you as that guy. Don't you picture yourself driving a tractor and bush hogging? I'm like, No. No. And she's like, I really "Anadrol 50" want to get a farm. So, we'll get "Oxandrolone Powder India" a farm! Every time I talk to my friends in New York, I say, hey, guess what? I've got a farm!" Marrone's wife Helen is the daughter of a Nashville football coach Boots Donnelly, who coached at Father Ryan High School, Austin Peay State University and Middle Tennessee State University. Marrone said he absolutely wanted to finish the season with the Saints. He said the the decision to let him move on to Syracuse was mutually agreed between himself, head coach Sean Payton and Saints management."When you do everything the right way and give an organization 110 percent, I told them, I wanted to finish," Marrone said. "I think it sets an example and a sense of responsibility. They were great. They were like, listen. We know your situation. We know you have to hire a staff and get ready and there's recruiting to be done. They're so happy for me. They are."They want me to be successful and go after this thing full force. It was unbelievable (about the mutually agreed upon decision). It was unbelievable. It was great." Marrone said he's made no recruiting calls. He can't until he passes the NCAA test when he returns tonight. "I've got a streak of perfect scores," he said. "I'm a big rules guys anyway. Big believer in that." Marrone said he might put some graduate assistants out on the road recruiting until he gets his own staff in place. He said director of football operations Desmond Robinson could go on the road to recruit as well. He said he has not look at any videotape of the football team he inherits but has a couple of DVDs he said he'll probably look at while traveling to Syracuse today. And as far as the program he's about to put in place, well judging by the way he clean housed with the staffing, it's a fresh start with everything."I"ve been through the situation before at Georgia Tech," Marrone said of a rebuilding (or rejuvenating) process. "I don't want to bash Greg or that stuff. My opinion is, what happened before, I don't Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena know. I wasn't there. I don't know how things were done. I think I've taken the job and we're going to move forward. I don't really care how things were done in the past. I really don't care what you did before or this is how we did that. I'm talking from a football standpoint. We don't need to sit here and make excuses for what we can't do this or that. We need to move on. It's how we're dong things now. I believe that 110 percent. You're never going to hear me say they didn't do this well or that well. It's my responsibility. This is how we're doing things." See if this sounds familiar to what you heard from Syracuse folks about Turner "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Gill. Columnist Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News on why Auburn didn't hire Gill: "Turner Gill? Auburn was impressed with the Buffalo head coach, but expressed concern about his absence of SEC experience and never felt like it got an answer to this question: If Nebraska didn't hire its own former star quarterback and assistant coach last year, why should Auburn choose him now?"