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It's Greg Paulus Time in Syracuse

Was there ever really any doubt?

Sure, we had all heard the reports of how good Ryan Nassib had looked in camp.

But Ryan Nassib has one thing going for him that Greg Paulus doesn't.

Time.

Lots of time.

Provided he doesn't take the path of 17 of his former teammates this past year and leave the program, Ryan Nassib has a few years left at Syracuse University.

Greg Paulus? Not so much.

And that scenario fit perfectly into what we know about the coaching style of Doug Marrone.

A style where patience is not a virtue...

Doug Marrone has preached from the beginning that Greg Paulus would have to earn the starting QB job at Syracuse.

Doug Marrone has also proven in his short time at Syracuse that he isn't a very patient...

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