Syracuse Daily Links - Orange Have Lots To Prove

Pick Six: Fast starters with lots to prove - NCAA -
SYRACUSE (3-1). Times have been tough in Upstate New York, where coach Doug Marrone is still digging out from the Greg Robinson blizzard that brought the program to a standstill. So the Orange's best start in seven years provides some relief for a beaten-down fan base.

Breaking down the Big East’s Wooden Award preseason nominees | Pressbox
Kris Joseph, Syracuse- Joseph is a springy, out of this world athlete playing the wing for the Orange expected to star this season. Where have we heard that before? Oh, that’s right, with Wes Johnson last October. Joseph is counted on to replace Johnson in ‘Cuse and his placement on this list probably stems from that. Joseph was productive last season, averaging 10.8 ppg and 5.5 rpg, while averaging 1.46 points-per-shot. But to warrant being on this list, those numbers have to take a jump.

USF Bulls need to improve on third-down conversions - St. Petersburg Times
If there's one area the Bulls offense has the most room to improve upon entering Big East play, it might be on third down, where USF has converted only 28.9 percent of its opportunities, which ranks last in the Big East and 114th out of 120 I-A schools.

The Guards Will Protect What The Big Men Have Built: Georgetown Has The Most Difficult Non-Conference Schedule In America - Casual Hoya
Shockingly, Syracuse didn't make Winn's list or receive any mentions in spite of its difficult schedule which has the Orange facing perennial powers Kutztown, LeMoyne (UH OH!), Canisius, and Detroit among other legendary programs and not leaving the tri-state area until the middle of January.

Big East stock report: Week 6 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Nassib, Smith and Spruill make their respective lists.

TIMBERWOLVES: Flynn's Road to Recovery
Jonny Flynn is on a mission to recover from a hip surgery that sidelined him this summer. Watch an in-depth look at his rehab process and Flynn's mental preparation for a breakout 2010-11 season.

Harris ready for first Big East matchup - Sports - Daily Review
"It will be good," Harris said. "We are playing a quality team at a pretty sweet place to play."

Three Idiots on Sports: Scott Van Pelt Does Not Think Highly of Rutgers
Van Pelt went off on Rutgers football, describing them, among other things an internet stock that had false value. He then ripped for Schiano for not leaving for a better job (Miami) when he had the chance.

Otto's Army " Blog Archive " Pressure Bursts Pipes and SU Wants to Cause a Flood
Like Locker, Daniels is a dual threat under center with both a big arm and the ability to change a game with his legs. His numbers have been pedestrian thus far – through the Bulls’ first four games, the redshirt sophomore has accounted for 4 passing and 2 rushing touchdowns – a result of being less of an offensive focal point because of South Florida’s weak early season schedule. But his importance to the Bulls’ offense shouldn’t be underestimated.

CitrusTV's Bill Spaulding takes a look at the SU sports plays of the month of September

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