Harris double-doubles in D-league debut " Sports " Niagara Gazette
Niagara Falls native Paul Harris scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Monday as the Maine Red Claws defeated teh springfield Armor 102-88 in an NBA Developmental League exhibition game.
Three Idiots on Sports: Who's The Better Fan: Locals or Students/Alumni
I've often wondered in the "Fandom" world, who's actually the better fan for college athletics. The locals or students/Alumni? I've been both and have been thinking lately, "At which stage was I the bigger fan?" These days, fans come in all sizes, shapes and colors. We see the makeup of these fans on game day, blogs, twitter and sports talk radio. But, who's the "King of fans"?
Harris excited that Orange will be bowling - Sports - Daily Review
"This is another one of those teams that like to smash you in the mouth," Harris said. "Definitely I think Louisville we did a lot of things offensively and defensively we can learn from for this game."
Big East stock report: Week 12 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Marcus Sales: The Syracuse receiver came into Saturday's game with just five catches for 39 yards. He equaled his season total for receptions and gained 73 yards against Rutgers, with 20 of those yards coming on the game-winning drive. The Orange had been expecting more of Sales this season, but he finally delivered in a big spot with Alec Lemon hurt.
Syracuse University offensive tackle Michael Hay a tough guy who walks a fine line | syracuse.com
"He was there. He had my back. I couldn’t imagine if I was at any other school. I had an offer from ASU (Arizona State), and if I was in Arizona they probably would have sent me right back to New York City. It meant a lot. It shows he has trust in me. He knows I’m learning, I’m trying."
conference superlatives 111710 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse: An average game Saturday against UConn should put Carter over 1,000 yards for the second straight season. He's the key cog in Syracuse's offense.
Checking on ND and bowl, Pitt and Finau - Sports - The Charleston Gazette - West Virginia News and Sports -
"We're hoping for a nine-game or eight-game winner. I don't see any possible way we'd take a 6-6 [Notre Dame] team. Obviously, if they run the table, they'd be on our board at 7-5. But Syracuse, South Florida and West Virginia all have the chance to get nine wins. "We really like to look at a team that deserves to be there."
Garrett Completes Blockbuster Johnnies Class | ZagsBlog.com
To say that Amir Garrett completes a blockbuster first recruiting class for St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin does disservice to the word "blockbuster."
For the first time since 2004 Syracuse is going bowling. The Orange captured that elusive 7th win this week at Rutgers 13-10 via CitrusTV's Scott Grodsky
Anytime Kenny's 2 Pennies starts off with a "Well, whuddya know..." you know it's going to be good.