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By Journal Staff


TRAVIS FISHER has recently been hired as Syracuse University football’s cornerbacks coach. He spent nine years in the NFL as a defensive back and has coached the position in the college ranks for more than a decade. Fisher was most recently the defensive backs coach at Nebraska for the past five seasons, after previously coaching for five seasons at his alma mater UCF across two stints (2013, 2015-17) — split up by one season as the cornerbacks coach at Southeast Missouri State (2014). Fisher’s path to coaching came following a nine-year NFL career. A standout player at UCF, Fisher totaled 130 tackles from 1999-2001, leading to him being taken in the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. He played for the Rams, Lions, Seahawks, and Ravens in his NFL tenure. Fisher is a 2001 graduate of UCF in criminal justice.

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