And the Big East media day attendees are ... - Big East Blog - ESPN
Who will eat the most lobsters at the clam bake? My early money is on Hurd, Bartholomew and Genus. When in doubt, go with the offensive linemen.
Watertown Daily Times | Triche lends helping hand to kids
Syracuse University sophomore guard Brandon Triche has been a guest instructor for the No-Nonsense Basketball Camp at OFA this week and according to co-founder Scott Sargent his actions and message was just amazing.
2 worlds collide amidst laughs from Boeheim, Stewart | pressconnects.com | Press & Sun-Bulletin
"I'd like to try (a stock car). Except I'm a little challenged -- I can't drive a stick shift, so I guess I might not be able to do that," Boeheim said with a laugh."He's a lot better at (basketball) than I would be driving a race car, I know that. ... They wouldn't let me drive one. I'd be in the wall on the first turn."
Syracuse Orange College Football Predictions 2010
Syracuse plays only three Big East games in the Carrier Dome. The Big East is wide open this year and I think this team will be much more competitive. I believe a 6-6 season is in store for the men in Orange.
First-round jinx hits Flynn | StarTribune.com
Flynn underwent surgery to repair a tear in the labrum of his left hip, an injury that almost certainly will keep him out of training camp and could cost him the first month of the 2010-11 season as well. That makes him the fifth consecutive Wolves' first-rounder to be sidelined by major injury in his second season.
Some Questions Regarding the Knicks' Depth Chart - Posting and Toasting
I'd guess that's pretty close to the real thing. Gallo will probably start at three alongside either Chandler or Azubuike, while Amar'e will start at the 4 or 5, likely alongside Turiaf or Randolph (the position, to me, doesn't matter that much nominally, as long as there's a help defender down low). Also, pencil Andy Rautins and Landry Fields on the ends of the 2 and 3 slots, and Jerome Jordan at the 5.
Bud Tribbey talks about the season ahead and "coughs up" his bold prediction for how the Orange will finish.
|SU football player Bud Tribbey has high expectations for his final season|