The Green and White Take Over SUNY Cortland

By Brandi Devine

August 2, 2012 Updated Aug 2, 2012 at 6:28 PM EDT

Cortland, NY (WBNG Binghamton) SUNY Cortland normally bleeds Red and White. Now, with the New York Jets in town, the Green and White is taking over.

The Jets took the field for day six of practices, fans are already making predictions for the season.

"They're going all the way," said Devon Marinello.

Fans of all ages came out to cheer on the team.

Long time fan Bill Robinson says this isn't his first Jets Camp, and it definitely won't be his last.

"...season ticket holder for decades. I've been a Jets Fan since 1965, so long time," said Robinson.

In that amount of time, Robinson has seen players come and go. He says he's got a feeling about this seasons team.

"Our defense is really improved from last year. Our secondary is going to be really special if they can stay healthy. We're going to give New England a run for their money," said Robinson.

The Jets ran drills and lives plays, getting a feel for new players the upcoming season.

High profile player Tim Tebow has brought even more fans to the camp this year. They're already anticipating the impact he could have on the teams' season.

"He's going to be utilized where we need him. He's going to do his thing and we're going to stand by him no matter what," said Tebow fan, Michelle Cocchiaro.

Whether you're rooting for Tebow-Mania or Mark Sanchez, fans have high hopes for the Jets.

The Jets will scrimmage on Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m.