Recruits React

After four seasons at the helm for Syracuse, Doug Marrone reportedly decided to accept a join at the next level. He agreed to become the Buffalo Bills head coach in principle, and the move is expected to become official. On Sunday morning, the current Syracuse commits and targets chimed in on their feelings...

The Syracuse football world woke up to big news on Sunday Morning as reported trickled in detailing Doug Marrone's departure from the program after agreeing to a deal - in principle - with the Buffalo Bills.

Marrone has considerable NFL experience and interviewed for several jobs within the league over the last week or so.

With the news coming down, CuseNation.com is staying ahead of the game on the Orange's class of 2013 commitments and biggest targets. We will update the news as it comes in, and it will all be filtered in our subscriber forum.

For the absolute latest, continue refreshing the page HERE.

For individual stories on recruits' reaction, scroll down for links to their stories.



Zach Allen surprised by news of Marrone leaving

Augustus Edwards is looking around, sets pair of official visits

Darius Kelly 'shocked' by Marrone news

Laray Smith now confused with recruitment after Marrone's departure

Isaiah Johnson Still Committed to the Orange



CuseNation.com's John Garcia Jr. and Mike McAllister contributed to this report

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