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1/18 Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib on Doug Marrone and Buffalo

Jan 18, 2013|

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-- it's Howard and Jeremy thanks for coming on welcome to the show. -- Credo on there or I'm good does that give you a warning them we're gonna ask football questions if you hear the Syracuse fight -- break out in the middle of the interview with because my colleague is possible one. He just tends to just you know get a little Syracuse every now and then. Our -- were Mon Europe you guys can sing it together enough to sit back and listen no more audio experts aren't so it's. I'm used to it politics back at Syracuse -- there. There isn't going great. You know strain in characters -- -- -- it up tomorrow and you know it's been great for. We you know -- -- you wanna talk about that and and York. Preparation for the draft but you know we also wanted to talk about the guys that are in charge here now because you can give bills fans. You know submit some interesting insight on dug around in the Daniel Hackett. So it will start coach world. Just what was it like to play for what kind of -- kind of insight can you share with us on your relationship with dug around. Coach burns Eric he's really one of the current built ordered it -- organization is extremely lucky to have and you. Is east and two great players coach. Indeed that does whatever he can put his players in the position -- and and he's a great developer of power I mean you really. And he's -- and put them in the best position where they can make plays the more they can do well. Some tough guy I mean is -- we've we've heard or read reports that he there's date. A tough side to him disciplinarian side can talk about that. Are yet here you know he definitely doesn't outside I mean. Or from broad New York. In in Europe are pretty proudly put. I think you know is disciplined and it's our deal without discipline and accountability. Really. As well miracle here in turn our economy. As starters -- and up to their mistakes and you know move on get better there. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You know I forgot about that Ryan is from the Bronx despite that you can actually understand everything he says. Claudette Beaulieu and courage and -- accent now. The took the -- law it's a little bit armory used to show the world you know. So that's the admiral what about that Daniel Hackett and and you know maybe I would -- you -- had -- Spend more time working with him since he was the coordinator -- quarterbacks coach what do you tell us about him. On the and I communities. But he is also one of unbelievable coach of North Carolina coast is companies are accused and you know repeat. I really credit that it -- credit market didn't. Couldn't and didn't coordinate it with me one. When he first came Syracuse so true raw and he. I'll really building up from the ground up and really -- one of the main reasons why I have learned today. And yeah he's great corporate coach put in a walk into folks like coach -- great all prepared. You -- you talk about how you were raw and Hackett you know had it in your credit appears success how to make it better quarterback what what are the most important thing she did for. He can look at pictures from -- I mean. You know you may need each and LaMont. Not just the -- where the quarterback he he really defined the -- quarter reckoning war. My job and duties were on the community. What I needed what what I needed to do in order to you know to. To complete -- Jobs and our northern. Generally hear are that stuff and he's been around and -- -- whole life currency you know as. Completely walk current NFL college coach. And and it's been seen a lot of stuff you know he's going you know lost -- experienced a lot. You know he says something -- on the insights and experiences. This country. So have you talked to those two guys since they got the job. Are built stern had played like political graduation stuff I can only men are created there. You know get ready -- -- -- next couple months. Have you given any thought about the possibility that they Codrescu. Our men you know -- and harassment. Occurred occurred -- and actually it didn't -- -- -- -- you are. You know let you know I just can't put it like -- work their core -- or contracted it -- seem -- -- -- court bench coach there's. They can they can develop them and you know per situation like this do better to develop a quarterback and so when you don't -- here so. I'll also global flow ilk won't Philadelphia guy. You know the blue collar. In nature of buffalo and Philadelphia are currently early -- so. You know different -- the other you know. And when they also. Net and Nathaniel Hackett also said the you love the cold is that is that accurate. Only know where local. I've I've been very -- five years than you know aren't socialists are not until all -- Doors for. Go out there and an industry are marketed and -- today. So we're lucky enough to -- -- -- has -- a much a problem. -- we definitely -- and indeed. A practice I'm Nicole. This kind of gotten used to it and just like you know current and -- an image. I was at the pinstripe bowl -- so is there out with in the cold with yet. And I think a lot of bills fans that were watching that day wondering how. You can handle it you know it's not often that there are snow and cold games that happens it's something that people here like the cornerback or like any player to be able to deal with so. -- when you look back of that game wasn't probably first cold game ever snow game ever played in but. I don't know were you happy with the way that time that you were able to exit due to the offenses electrocuted those conditions. Oh absolutely I mean little weather conditions where. You know or orbit he got -- in seeing what to feel conditions real because there wasn't. It wasn't Turks whose greatest so. The ground was loaded more torque and as an editor. -- -- We weren't there warning -- of football and don't. You know. I'm not Obama people are so when it comes -- to. With the coaches saying that we knew going into Carolina wrote all -- content oracle of -- are are as -- we weren't. A company -- game like debt we wanted to keep the ball north and south. Not so horrible sparingly and I think we did you know it is pretty general. Talk to us about that war that hit on the one play you came out for a play. And it -- now and look pretty nasty. You know it was just -- The ultimate disarmament. You know what happens in. So that's -- but try to -- those February -- are expected to prospects from its front. Right -- as a witness as he gets rated go to the senior ball. So I mean that's the next step view the draft process what are you hoping to look I mean not not just the game Ryan there's the week longer practices all the scouts all the teams are going to be there. -- at the game itself. What he opened to accomplish next week at practice and the game in terms of what you liked the show to the NFL. Well you know. -- Australia this course are there and finish the -- -- -- -- Illinois here as you know Welker you know -- aren't going to you know crazy every. America are. Try to be a player that I haven't been. You know I truly do. In the accord and corporate credit grade at a competitive successful and so. As for a -- the technical level and unfortunately our great country no word from coach on coach Eric -- Actually coach -- it's Paul Hackett has been my corporate approach -- Ultimately helped me now train me up until. The Senior Bowl and then -- this whole draft process so there are great collection -- -- -- them you know how important it. What about the up tempo style that Chip Kelly just hired in Philadelphia near Philadelphia guys so you and I would guess might have some interest in in that and just what that could mean for the Eagles but. You know whether it's Chip Kelly or or you guys play a lot up tempo stuff and from time -- time went. Very very aggressive offensively. On is that your styles that something you learned recently we know the offense has changed select. If your your perfect offensive if you were desirable what would you be looking for what kind of throws look at temple what does. What's your preference your style. My -- my perfect spot for Europe on offensive north projected -- -- about corporal. Home. -- Offensively potentially here. You know probably the most followed 4 o'clock. Just don't we just went. You know we know we are also tragic air combat papadore. And we -- you worried about the explosion. Some -- and he'll put -- -- and it's going to do he's going to go to. Worry about it pretty close to -- and then you know section -- when you yourself refugees pouring in the luckiest people who is on the -- and no it has cost font strong stroke it completely you know well a lot of fun and our coaches. The most of revoking. Don't make political points. -- struggled out of the box with that offense was there like it was our moment was our game. Or or or or in any specific time -- you felt like it just all the sudden clicked. -- well I'll sort the struggled or it all try to remain weak that we struggle put in terms of turnovers and point penalty just got stuff that really hurt ourselves. Let that the system like. Really worked all year long let me start first game we want answered then -- Ten days before bursting and we know we put our own -- try and should -- -- -- and -- -- show on. I mean just sit on the first its first six engineer -- were killed four. Are there or or -- those turnovers and penalties and stuff what stuff. Her ourselves so world war he. Crime Campbell that's -- suddenly you're on the current. Why you've done a good job to this point Ryan honestly this is a job interview we're trying to determine whether we want the bills to draft I'll be totally honest with -- but this is the make or break question erratic. -- from Philadelphia right. Are okay. You know they have a very passionate hockey market appear okay. Oh boy -- are you are not -- fliers then. They're out there think this all Ryan. And take your program there's a funeral in you know. But could this little broad street -- -- I let me ask a follow up that. If you're drafted by the the bills would you basically renounced your flyer phantom and become a sabre fan. You know or it will let you know. So I want Coleman whatever team you you trip to duke you have to conclude -- into the city of Oakland. And that the lived there you typically priced into the alien cultures so. Part of what I have to do. When you move the ball of fire bird. -- -- -- -- and it could. I think they had some kind of reluctant if you at a practice you can start on Sunday this is an afternoon. -- the team we're blowing golf that's all. -- We'll listen congratulations on on on a tremendous career at Syracuse I know you've been really busy getting ready. But the senior -- -- we really do appreciate you taking some time -- become an ominous this morning have a great week next week and good luck with everything. Obligation almost appreciate that we're going.

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