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Syracuse Football: Sobol & Marshall Fill Two More Staff Positions

Two former members of the Bowling Green coaching staff announced their new roles with Syracuse.

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Jeff Sobol and Vincent Marshall took to social media to announce their new positions with the Syracuse Orange. Sobol announced via his Twitter account that he joining the Orange staff. His Twitter profile indicates that he is now an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Syracuse.

Sobol played defensive end at Illinois in 2004 before transferring to Eastern Illinois and finishing out his playing career with the Panthers. After graduating from EIU after the 2008 season, Sobol joined the staff at Eastern Illinois as a graduate assistant. Sobol was then kept on at EIU as part of the strength and conditioning staff. He was then brought to Bowling Green when Coach Babers was hired at BGSU from Eastern Illinois in 2013.

Vincent Marshall changed his Twitter bio to say he will be a Quality Control coach with the Orange. Marshall spent last year as a graduate assistant at Bowling Green. Green was a two-time All-Conference USA wide receiver at the University of Houston. He was signed to Atlanta Falcons paractice squad as an undrafted free agent in 2007, and would subsequently with the Grey Cup with Saskatchewan Rough Riders. Prior to joining Bowling Green as a graduate assistant, Marshall was an assistant coach at Seguin (Tx) High School and Southwestern Assemblies of God University.