SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -Greg Robinson will have another season to get Syracuse turned around.
Athletic director Daryl Gross said Wednesday that Robinson will remain as coach in 2008, despite leading the Orange to through the worst three-year stretch in the history of the program.
Robinson, who became a head coach for the first time in his 30-year coaching career when he succeeded Paul Pasqualoni in January 2005, is 7-28 and 2-19 in the Big East.
Robinson's teams have gone 1-10, 4-8 and 2-10. In those 28 losses, Syracuse has been outscored by 514 points.

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