Hometown Hero: Greg Paulus’ Lasting Effect on the Syracuse Orange

Posted by Dan Lyons on November-24-2009 Add Comments

No one was surprised when future NFL defensive lineman Arthur Jones received a standing ovation from the 36,000 Orange faithful on Senior Day this past weekend against Rutgers.

Art will go down as an all-time great for the Orange and is one of the most charismatic and well-liked players in recent Syracuse football history.

However, the player with the second most cheers on senior night may have surprised some.

It was quarterback Greg Paulus.  

Paulus, a native Syracusan, became a legend during his high school football and basketball careers at local Christian Brothers Academy. He holds virtually every New York high school passing record and was named the Gatorade player of the year coming out of high school....

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