Syracuse Daily Links - More Honors For Hogue

Syracuse University linebacker earns Big East weekly defensive honor |
Senior linebacker Doug Hogue of Yonkers was named Big East defensive player of the week for his performance in Syracuse University's 19-14 victory over West Virginia

what we learned 102410 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Yes, Syracuse is for real: Turns out that maybe the Orange's flop last week against home against Pittsburgh was just a bad performance against a team getting on a roll. Because the Orange are seriously improved. Exhibit A: their 19-14 upset at No. 20 West Virginia, the biggest win for the program since ... well, we're still checking on that. A long time, for sure. Syracuse shut out the dangerous Mountaineers offense in the second half and has allowed only two touchdowns in its two road conference games. With three winnable home games left, the 5-2 Orange should be going bowling for the first time since 2004.

Orange::44: Monday Morning Quarterback 10/25/10
I had the honor and privilege to listen to Sirius to the call from Matt Park. Hey, better than Pam Ward or whatever nutjob espn2 threw out there. So of course, it was great to heard Matt Park call this 19-14 Syracuse victory at Morgantown.

Big East Football Power Rankings Week 8 - The UConn Blog
Last week I took quite a bit of joy in Syracuse's fall from grace after Pittsburgh stomped them. This week? I don't even know anymore. Syracuse beat last week's top team, West Virginia, at West Virginia. That was good enough to vault the Orange back up to second place. Do I think they'll stay there? Probably not, but they sure as hell deserve to be there.

Big East power rankings, Week 9 - Big East Blog - ESPN
2. Syracuse (5-2, 2-1): The Orange have two conference road wins, and their only league loss is to the team now No. 1 in these rankings (albeit by a whole bunch of points). Again, hard to argue against Syracuse here, as surprising as that may still sound.

The Cuse Connection: The Evolution of Doug Hogue
One of Doug Marrone's first coaching decisions was moving Doug Hogue from the platoon at running back to the defensive side of the ball. Marrone felt the move would be the best thing for the football team and add much needed speed to the defense. In the summer of 2009 Doug Hogue was officially moved to outside linebacker next to another former running back, Derrell Smith.

No. 2: Syracuse Orange | Big East Power Rankings Week 8: Syracuse Win In Morgantown Headlines Crazy Week | Bleacher Report
To say that the men in orange redeemed themselves after the Pitt loss might be a bit of an understatement, all things considered.

Syracuse has West Virginia fans nervous - Big East Blog - ESPN
West Virginia -- and Smith -- need to settle down in the second half, or else the Big East race could be turned upside down.

Lacrosse News
The University of Denver men's lacrosse team will open up the 2011 season on the road against national powerhouse Syracuse, DU head coach Bill Tierney announced today.

The win over West Virginia has SunSnare06 extremely excited:

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