Syracuse head coach Greg Robinson, who was hired to resurrect a faltering program and instead saw it plummet to historic lows, was fired on Sunday.
Greg Robinson's job security at Syracuse was shaky for some time. He leaves the program with nine wins just shy of four seasons.
Robinson, who had the only two 10-loss seasons in school history, was 9-35 in three-plus seasons at the helm and 3-23 in the Big East. He had another year on a contract that paid him $1.1 million per season.
Syracuse (2-8, 1-5) lost to Connecticut 39-14 Saturday night.
Athletics director Daryl Gross said Sunday he has informed Robinson he's decided "to move our football program in a new direction."
What do you think, BON'ers? Is Robinson a bad head coach, or is Syracuse just in the midst of a football wasteland as far as recruiting and fan support go?
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