Syracuse officially names Travis Fisher as new assistant coach
Travis Fisher is officially in the fold at Syracuse.
The former defensive backs coach at Nebraska for the past 5 seasons was announced on Thursday as the new cornerbacks coach at Syracuse. Before Nebraska, he previously coaching for 5 seasons at his alma mater UCF across two stints (2013, 2015-17) split up by one season as the cornerbacks coach at Southeast Missouri State (2014).
He’s known for producing recent NFL talent.
Fisher in the past 5 seasons, 9 of his players have landed in the NFL, including first-round pick Mike Hughes, second-round selection Cam Taylor-Britt and third-round pick Shaquill Griffin.
Fisher himself had a 9-year NFL career. He played for the Rams, Lions, Seahawks and Ravens in the NFL, recording 341 tackles, 11 interceptions and 32 pass breakups. His 2 pick-6s and 203 interception return yards in 2003 led the league.
Babers tabs 9-Year NFL vet @CoachTFisher as the Orange’s new corners coach.https://t.co/GXQWVv1fTe pic.twitter.com/YJpfE61sL3
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