Daryl Gross

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Daryl James Gross (born June 20, 1961) is Vice President and Special Assistant to the Chancellor at Syracuse University, in Syracuse, New York.[1] Previously, he was the school's athletic director.

Gross received his bachelor's degree and played college football at University of California, Davis. Gross was a New York Jets scout when Pete Carroll was the Jets head coach, a relationship that led to him pushing for Carroll to be hired by USC.[2]

Formerly, Gross coached and worked at the University of Southern California in intercollegiate athletics after being a graduate coaching assistant (while earning his doctorate). While serving as senior associate athletic director, Gross was credited for bringing in head coach Pete Carroll for the Trojans football team.[2][3] In 2005, Gross became AD at Syracuse. In 2008, ESPN.com named Carroll's hiring #1 in a list of the Pac-10's Top 10 Moments Of BCS Era.[4]

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  1. ^ O'Brien, John. (2015, March 18). "Syracuse chancellor issues statement on Jim Boeheim, Daryl Gross moves," Syracuse.com. Accessed: March 18, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Bill Plaschke, Sorry, Pete, We Were Wrong, Los Angeles Times, December 30, 2003, Accessed January 16, 2009
  3. ^ Michael Sokolove, Happiness Is a Warm Football Coach, The New York Times, November 2, 2008, Accessed February 11, 2009.
  4. ^ Ted Miller, Trojans had no BCS peer once Carroll arrived, ESPN.com, May 22, 2008, Accessed May 22, 2008.

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