ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Bills have introduced Doug Marrone as the team's new head coach. Marrone comes to the team from Syracuse University, where he was head coach of their football program.
REVIEW MARRONE'S COACHING HISTORY:
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1992 Cortland (Tight Ends) 7-4
1993 U.S. Coast Guard Academy (Offensive Line) 4-5
1994 Northeastern (Offensive Line) 2-9
1995 Georgia Tech (Director of Football Operations) 6-5
1996 Georgia Tech (Tight Ends) 5-6
1997 Georgia Tech (Offensive Line) 7-5 Carquest Bowl Champions
1998 Georgia Tech (Offensive Line) 10-2 Gator Bowl Champions
1999 Georgia Tech (Offensive Line) 8-4 Gator Bowl Appearance
2000 University of Georgia (Offensive Line) 8-4 Oahu Bowl Champions
2001 University of Tennessee (Tight Ends/Tackles) 11-2 Citrus Bowl Champions
2002 New York Jets (Offensive Line) 9-7 1st AFC East – Lost 2nd Round Playoffs
2003 New York Jets (Offensive Line) 6-10
2004 New York Jets (Offensive Line) 10-6 2nd AFC East - Lost 2nd Round Playoffs
2005 New York Jets (Offensive Line) 4-12
2006 New Orleans Saints (Offensive Coordinator) 10-6 1st NFC South – Lost NFC Championship
2007 New Orleans Saints (Offensive Coordinator) 7-9
2008 New Orleans Saints (Offensive Coordinator) 8-8
2009 Syracuse University (Head Coach) 4-8
2010 Syracuse University (Head Coach) 8-5 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Champions
2011 Syracuse University (Head Coach) 5-7
2012 Syracuse University (Head Coach) 8-5 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Champions
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