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Name: Tommy DeVito 
College: Syracuse     Number: 13
Height: 6-2   Weight: 212
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.80
   40 Time: 4.89
  40 High: 4.98
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 Tommy DeVito, Syracuse, Player News

  10/16/19 - QB Tommy DeVitorJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-2, 212 (DS#21 QB) + More +

  The Orange opened the season ranked 22nd after going 10-3 and finishing ranked 15th last year. Syracuse (3-3) has now lost its three Atlantic Coast Conference games by a combined score of 120-36 and a bowl game is not a sure thing. - AP College Football

(DS#21 QB) rJr/2022 QB Tommy DeVitoSyracuse
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  09/28/19 - QB Tommy DeVitorJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-2, 212 (DS#21 QB) + More +

  Syracuse enters its bye week holding its collective breath on the status of starting quarterback Tommy DeVito and waiting for its offense to start playing at the speed coach Dino Babers expects. DeVito passed for four touchdowns to four different receivers, the Syracuse defense held Holy Cross to 18 yards rushing and the Orange (3-2) defeated the Crusaders (1-3), a member of the Football Championship Subdivision, 41-3 Saturday. But DeVito, who was 19 of 31 for 269 yards, left the game in the fourth quarter with an apparent injury. Things were well in hand for Syracuse, but Babers, who said DeVito gave himself a "thumbs up" after the win, didn't second-guess himself for leaving DeVito in the game.

"He had the first team offensive line in front of him. He's going to be out there a lot in those situations the next three years so we don't see it as a dangerous situation," he said. Babers was effusive in his praise of the defense, but not as much for his unit on the other side of the ball. "I thought our defense was fantastic," Babers said. "Holding a team to no touchdowns in college football is a big deal." As for the offense? "This is year one with our new group. Then we'll get to year two, then year three, and then it won't look like there's paint drying out there because right now it looks slow to me. We'll get it right." Getting it right means eliminating turnovers. The Orange coughed it over three times in the fourth quarter. - Syracuse/AP College Football


(DS#21 QB) rJr/2022 QB Tommy DeVitoSyracuse
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  09/21/19 - QB Tommy DeVitorJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-2, 212 (DS#21 QB) + More +

  Syracuse coach Dino Babers was pleased his team's offense had come out of its shell, but in a game that saw both teams combine for more than 1,100 yards and 85 points, it was the defense that helped seal a 52-33 win for the Orange. Western Michigan (2-2) had rallied from a 21-0 deficit to narrow the margin to 38-33 with a little more than 10 minutes remaining and had a fourth-and-1 from its own 42. Momentum was on the Broncos' side and the Carrier Dome knew it. But Syracuse defensive tackle Kenneth Ruff and safety Evan Foster stopped Davon Tucker about a foot short of the first down. On the subsequent drive, tight end Aaron Hackett caught his second touchdown pass of the game from Tommy DeVito and the Orange (2-2) could exhale. "We treat fourth-down stops like a turnover," Babers said.

"That was a really big deal. I thought the one stop was unbelievable where they originally gave them the first down (on third down). For us to come back and stop them on that series was a really big part of the game." "We have to be able to convert a fourth-and-short," said Western Michigan coach Tim Lester, who served as Syracuse offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2013-2015. DeVito passed for a career-high four touchdowns and ran for one score as Syracuse broke a modest two-game losing streak. "I'm a throw-first guy but definitely can run if I have to," said DeVito, who broke off a career-high 60-yard run. "I thought it was cool that he started the game and finished the game with the same number of interceptions (zero)," Babers said. Hackett had a career day with six receptions. - Syracuse/AP College Football


(DS#21 QB) rJr/2022 QB Tommy DeVitoSyracuse
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