Where have I heard that word before…? - Cuse Country
I don’t think he was just BSing to motivate the team. It is an honest assessment of how things stand. But that’s the key — it’s how they stand now. He was careful to say the words "Right Now" when making this statement. He said them twice.
Three Idiots on Sports: Thank You Doug Marrone
Thank you for getting this team bowl eligible for the first time since 2004. Thank you for your doing it in a manner that emphasizes honor, integrity and hard work.
Orange::44: Monday Morning Quarterback 11/15/10
It wasn't pretty. Nothing about it was. It was New Jersey. It got cold once the sun went down. Rutgers Stadium doesn't sell beer. Neither team was in any hurry to put up points. But when it mattered most, Ryan Nassib & Co. got the job done. Syracuse beats Rutgers 13-10 and becomes bowl eligible for the first time since 2004!
Syracuse University football team writing an amazing story, and it isn't over yet | syracuse.com
"Excited for the kids," Marrone said when asked to describe what he was feeling as he walked off the Rutgers Stadium turf with victory No. 7 in hand. "I’m not a person who doesn’t have a personality. I might not show it, but inside of me is such a great joy for the players. And not just for the players. It starts with them, but for the community and the fans and the lettermen. "We’re not where we need to be yet. We’re not even close. But I think now people realize we’re moving in the right direction."
"They executed better than we did on the last drive," said senior safety and team captain Joe Lefeged. "That's the bottom line."
After sluggish start, offensive trio leads Orange in deciding final drive - The Daily Orange - Sports
Ryan Nassib, Marcus Sales and Antwon Bailey didn't seize most moments Saturday. But Nassib seized one moment in the first quarter. And the trio seized multiple moments on Syracuse's final drive as well.
On Overrated-ness and Confidence | CuseOrange.com
The determination is very easy to see in this bunch, which I like, but I’m not sure all of them realize that rotation spots are not won and lost in two games, an impression I got from watching both games this weekend.
Conference races to impact BCS lineup, even awful Big East - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com
This year for the Big East is by far the worst ever for a major conference. The average computer ranking in the BCS computers is 66.25, slightly below both the Mountain West and the WAC. That has everyone punching their favorite bag again, calling for the league's automatic bid to go away. In fact, many have reported that it is, in fact, in jeopardy. Not true. There is no provision or process in place to take away an automatic bid from a league that has one.
'Voice of the Orange' Matt Park: 13 of my favorite things | syracuse.com
When you're in the middle of something like that, when you see it unfolding right in front of you -- well, the 2003 (men's basketball) championship was great; it should be the obvious pick -- but that six-overtime game was unique.
This Week in the Big East Apocalypse: UConn and Cincinnati Crash the Party - Voodoo Five
Welcome to our weekly look into the Big East's worst case scenario. Last week, Coach Strong and the Louisville Cardinals came out of nowhere and took the Big East big right from under our noses. This week, a couple of new teams enter the fray, as the Connecticut Huskies and Cincinnati Bearcats take the DERP up to 11.
The SU Cross Country team does not stop believin', just like the song says...
SunSnare06 breaks down this Rutgers victory and recaps the other events that made this weekend one of the best for Syracuse Athletics in recent memory...
The Daily Orange beat writers Tony Olivero and Andrew John discuss Syracuse's win over Canisius. Syracuse Head Coach Jim Boeheim said afterward he feels his team is "overrated"