Mon. May 16th, 2022

Syracuse’s greatest football player in the history of their program finally has his number retired.
Donovan McNabb, the Syracuse and Philadelphia Eagles’ great, had his number retired by his alma matter on Nov. 2nd. McNabb attended the ceremony, with Syracuse and Eagles fans packing the bleachers as they celebrated their one of their best collegiate athletes.
In his time with the team, McNabb led the Syracuse Orange to three Big East titles and two BCS bowl berths. McNabb was also the first player in conference history to be named first-team All-Big East four times. Without question, McNabb was an incredible quarterback for the mighty Orange.
It’s been 15 years since McNabb played on Syracuse’s field, but he still holds the records for most touchdown passes thrown in the school’s history. Congratulations to one of the best quarterbacks to ever play profesionally in Philadelphia, and to an all-around gentleman. 

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