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The Syracuse Orangemen football team is a part of the Big East Conference whcih is a NCAA Division 1 conference. The team earned a national championship in 1959, and are currently coached by Doug Marrone. It is his first year coaching at Syracuse, so he still has yet to prove himself. The team's mascot is Otto the Orange, which was preceded by a Native American mascot called the Saltine Warrior due to the fact that Syracuse is sometimes referred to as the Salt City. That was later changed to become a Roman Gladiator, but due to how unpopular it turned out to be, it was later dropped. After 17 years of not having an actual mascot, students were finally able to agree on the lovable orange, Otto.



The Orangemen have earned several honors in their history, including four conference titles. They have also produced a Heisman Trophy winner, Ernie Davis, and had 42 All-Americans play for them. Not only have they been able to boast of those feats, they have also produced several NFL professionals that have gone on to do great things and even be included in the Hall of Fame. These include Jim Brown, Jim Ringo, John Mackey, Larry Csonka, and even the coach Al Davis. Of course, more recent inductions include Art Monk and Floyd Little.

Accomplishing feats like these has made the Syracuse Orangemen a true force to be respected. In 2010 they have a strong lineup prepared to take on the difficult tasks that lay ahead of them, including the Pittsburgh Panthers, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the Boston Silver Eaglers, the West Virginia Mountaineers, the Colgate Red Raiders, and the Main Black Bears. Though these teams are difficult Syracuse has a track record for rising to meet even the most daunting challenges.

Overall, it's hard to refute that the Orangement have not quite regained the glory that they had in 1959, though they are well on their way to getting back to that point. There is a lot of hope for what Doug Marrone can do, and it's starting to become apparent how is turning the team around.



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