Jan 6, 2013|
1/6 Brent Axe talks Doug Marrone
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She's like in 28030550. Acre holding on because we're gonna find out more about. Doug Maroney Brent -- joining us in Syracuse he works for Syracuse dot com and has covered. Doug Brown's career as head coach of the orange and rents kind of join us here this morning on a Sunday -- it's Howard Jeremy thanks for coming on personable. No problem guys good morning in no coffee just. Sure it hey guys. Between this in the lockout and I'm I'm running on adrenaline right now. What dumb so. Read Jeremy knows more about Doug groaned as he Watson was Syracuse football that I -- but I bet a lot of our listeners like me. They've seen very few may be no Syracuse games underdog around so for those people. Tell them who -- Marron is. Thought Vallone is an offensive football coach as -- -- got to keep that -- -- interest -- that are obviously Chan Gailey. Fired and he was that's football coach Doug brought the straight shooter suspect I that's gonna tell you exactly what's on the mind. But he's been you know uptight at our guys -- great with the media he's somebody. He won't go on his way to explain yield lot. Yet what he did you know the guy who came in here and at last user -- or wanting Jeremy Kaiser is football was a -- It was -- to their ground by Greg Robinson in the previous Rashean. He built this. Back from absolutely. Not but as a football coach art -- so much valuable home. All around black side I -- -- this news settling in here Syracuse and -- banter going to be upset. That he leaving here because our own game and irritable ominous somebody who pledged its action and oil can answer these university is coming here. Restraint here you were where ultimately a lot of debate. It at all the jobs -- prior to this leg. -- starting at Syracuse and this is what what -- ultimate goal wise now. Four years later she will not just credit it excel but I think a lot of advocates are really. I I think it was your web site. Syracuse dot com I saw Jim Boeheim had the guy had grown over for dinner recently to try convincing the stay at Syracuse. Yeah I moron are they I should say you know like the Joker out of those -- copper but yeah that's true. You know it and I had a ball over and -- the famous story of sergeant behind. I'll think Syracuse is the greatest place in the world in Central Park guys been all along it. This kinda basically convinced all of that like I guess so well the couple built up there. What done you know I think one of the things the bills then to be cares about. Aggressive coach. Goes forward on fourth down won't necessarily punt inside the forty what is his game management style like what you've seen. You know -- direct -- broad power to see you make adjustments hastily -- that's first game compare that place where Syracuse fans. Have been critical that -- -- forth on fourth down what should note and the outer layer -- itself. They'll do a little bit of all I wouldn't label of conservative I wouldn't label -- -- label on. He's got -- is what the situation has it'll -- -- out and get an example it's not really game management thing but at the coaching. -- -- The past couple years really was hurt on the sideline he went out of his way eight. At the top of the banker you know calm guy on the sidelines but he made an orchestrated effort. To be more action on the sideline to get into that game work he felt that his players to respond to a better and make it. Literally you know fifteen loosened up and played a lot better after you -- -- as a head coach self. You know it is definitely a guy who will adjust if he thinks it'll help this team that was just quickly and I definitely think he got it -- CJ Spiller more than eight. I just I got it better stop. Yeah I'll look what was his offensive -- -- -- obvious today they had a good quarterback -- Ryan NASA but I know. Watching the pinstripe bowl. They were the guys on the air we're talking about how Maroney and I guess Tyrone Wheatley is their running backs coach how they had done a good job of developing the backs it's your -- Yeah I mean when you look at -- futuristic New Orleans you know -- was that shot -- disciple -- Anthony. And Wallace offered for three years now for all our -- place now they're shot patent call placed their spot. It's that post -- it's a quick pace off that's what. You know he's really developed on that -- site and Ghali. Do you know we will bruising backs this year bald guy -- very successful years mr. Hughes was able to balance helped a lot in the past. It basically at Syracuse went on their winning streak. You know they want six or seven games this year because people more pressure on the offensive line. Which brought about offensive line is editor turkeys in the years just a Q&A lot -- going to be a topic in the upcoming draft. But -- also dealt with the -- as a first concert is set to 1000 yard receivers. In this season since 1989. It's I mean he has eternal life. In -- I mean by the time we get there he could be -- first round -- yet break I'll buy it yet great. It worked out in I know the bills are pretty hot out of power and what an adamant albums and who knows EPA target for the little more now. Well there like -- is really develop a lot of players each amateur also another great example -- on the offensive players our. -- -- What Internet draft last year at junior and everybody audience out that this guy surged up into the first round. -- -- -- the when the patriots Q well now so you know developing players here at Syracuse for -- program fly. Got them that they'll. Urging his career goals. They bring one -- they're gonna ask about deep we we talk about offense because he's an offensive minded guy Howard is defense that's. These factors were great because on the right coach I think that's what bills fans are wondering about what a coordinators. -- -- -- -- what kind of an action that it ebony and felt -- like coaches. His defense was good because he'd turn it over the -- paper. Actually -- defensive coordinator guy that coached Michigan he was users that coach -- for he coached under Jim Harbaugh. At Stanford and ball to basically let him on the the article and it's this is your thing you deal but at all you have to do -- -- -- -- -- the most important decision he makes. Who's had that support Nader and you know will eat basically brought that side of the ball. -- Right actually -- from Syracuse dot com. Again our car apologies for organ on a Sunday morning but thank you for coming on and you know argument I was being selfish I just want all the information so I knew this guy. -- artillery and credit that you guys need let me now. Thanks -- have a nice day. And thanks well hopefully you will -- -- with -- from Syracuse. Dot com talking more about dug around 48 years old and he talked about New Orleans he was the first offensive coordinator hired. When Sean Payton got the saints head coaching job.