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Topic - Scott Shafer
Syracuse coach Scott Shafer's second spring in charge of the Orange seems a whole lot more relaxing than the first.
Syracuse's Scott Shafer has always been a believer in competition at each position, and that has to be music to the ears of his new recruiting class as spring ball looms.
As he addressed the media at his first press conference as coach, Syracuse's Scott Shafer briefly fumbled for words as he looked over at his wife and two children and thought about his father.
Syracuse will name defensive coordinator Scott Shafer as the Orange's next coach, a person familiar with the selection process told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Four years ago, Scott Shafer's football sojourn almost seemed at a dead end.
"I really look forward to seeing you guys come out for that home opener," Shafer, holding a wireless microphone, said to a nice round of applause before Saturday's scrimmage began in the Carrier Dome. "I want to see this place shake. When they (visiting teams) come in here, we're going to beat the hell out of them."
"All in all, a pretty good spring effort by both sides of the ball," Shafer said.