February 22, 2014

Former Head Coach at Widener Hired by Syracuse

"I am so excited to be part of the Syracuse football family and the amazing tradition of Orange football," Acosta said in a statement.
Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse confirmed the hire of Bobby Acosta as the team's tight ends coach Thursday.

Acosta, the former head coach at Division III Widener, previously spent five seasons at The College of New Jersey, where he was the offensive coordinator, wide receivers coach and tight ends coach. The Queens native also made coaching stops at Delaware, Monmouth Regional High School, Marlboro High School and Rowan.

"Bobby is an extremely intelligent coach who understands east coast football and recruiting," Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer said in a press release. "He has done an exemplary job developing a relationship with the coaches in New Jersey throughout his career."

Additionally, Syracuse also announced that offensive coordinator George McDonald will coach the wide receivers.

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