Sitting at the podium, after winning the most important game of his career, Eric Dungey tried to reflect — to consider what the last four years, 39 games and 20 individual records meant.
He started, then he broke down.
“It’s kind of starting to hit me now,” Dungey said, choking through tears. “I’m just very thankful. I know I’ve been through a lot. To have Coach Babers believe in me, it just means a lot, you know. Coach (Scott) Shafer brought me in here originally. All I want to do is complete. And I’m going to get grief for crying, man, but I’ve been through a lot here.”
The cocky, chippy, gunslinging quarterback that Syracuse fans adore was moved to tears thinking about his career at SU.
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