The addition of former Syracuse head coach Paul Pasqualoni to the Dallas Cowboys marks the the third change in the Cowboys' coaching staff this offseason.
The club also announced last week that offensive line coach George Warhop and kicking coach Steve Hoffman would not be retained.
Pasqualoni, generally considered a defensive minded coach, has not yet been assigned a coaching responsibility by the Cowboys.
Pasqualoni led the Orangemen to a 107-59-1 record and a 6-3 mark in bowl games, and was also the second-winningest coach in school history. He also coached players like Donovon McNabb, but since McNabb left after the 1998 season, the Orange had an overall record of 39-33 and 21-20 in the Big East.
Syracuse had also played below .500 after going 10-3 and finishing ranked No. 14 in 2001. The Orange were 4-8 in 2002, Pasqualoni's only losing season, and 6-6 in each of the last two years.
Cowboys Hire Former Syracuse Coach
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