Greg Paulus' Potential Move to Syracuse Not the Greatest Career Choice

Clayton CoffmanAnalyst IApril 23, 2009

ATLANTA - MARCH 15:  (L-R) ACC Commissioner John Swofford presents the championship trophy to head coach Mike Krzyzewski, Greg Paulus #3, Jon Scheyer #30 and Gerald Henderson #15 of the Duke Blue Devils after their 79-69 win over the Florida State Seminoles in the championship game of the 2009 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament at the Georgia Dome March 15, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)


From starting point guard of the Duke Blue Devils to Syracuse Orange quarterback?

Why would Greg Paulus want to play at Syracuse? They have been one of the worst programs in college football this decade and the future doesn't look bright.

If you didn't know, Paulus was an excellent prep quarterback and had even flirted with playing college football.

But instead, he went to Duke to play with Coach K.

For the present though, Paulus should reconsider—heavily—the possible trip up to New York. Syracuse is the worst team in the Big East, they have a new coach, and they don't have any talent.

If Paulus did join them, he wouldn't help at all.