Lawyer: Syracuse shouldn't have let Delone Carter back on team | syracuse.com
"He shouldn’t be allowed to play the whole season," Cominsky said of Carter. If members of the team can be suspended from playing because of violating team curfews, committing a criminal assault against another student should also carry a penalty, the lawyer said.
Rivals.com College Football - Big East searches for identity as season looms
Rob Long SU's lone 1st-teamer; Hogue, Smith, Holmes and Lichtenstein make 2nd team.
Three Idiots on Sports: Friar Tuck Nassib
Tim Tebow made news recently when, as part of rookie hazing, his Denver Bronco teammates gave him a Friar Tuck haircut, which has now been fixed. So naturally, my warped brain began wondering what SU's own Ryan Nassib -- he of the unusually large helmet -- would look like with a similar cut.
Rautins leads Canada in exhibition basketball win over China
Guard Andy Rautins, the 23-year-old son of the coach, led Canada with 19 points, including four three-pointers. Jevohn Shepherd, a 24-year-old guard from Toronto, added 16 points while Joel Anthony, 28, who plays for the NBA Miami Heat, had eight points and led Canada with eight rebounds.
The Orange Brick Road To Canton | Otto's Army
After Floyd Little’s long-overdue induction and rousing speech, it may be another long wait before Canton turns Orange again.
President Barack Obama played host to a star-studded basketball game. So how did Etan Thomas get invited? - Page 2 - ESPN
While Thomas' title as poet laureate of the NBA is undisputed -- you've got work to do, J.J. Redick -- who knew it could get him on the court with the president? Everyone knows being 6-foot-10 can keep you in the league, but it can get you in with Obama, too?
Three Idiots on Sports: Separated at Birth?
Syracuse officially unveiled another new uniform design at media day today. Yesterday, the Illinois Fighting Illini had their media day - as you can see, Nike didn't exactly kill themselves trying to give each school a unique look.
Ohio.com - Coach Rob Ianello starts with clean slate for University of Akron football
The Zips have another 10 days of training camp before beginning preparations for the season opener on Sept. 4 at home against Syracuse.
Another NCAA violation for WVU football - WVU Sports - Charleston Daily Mail - West Virginia News and Sports -
Just 48 hours after WVU received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA in which Mountaineer football was accused of five major violations and one secondary violation, the Charleston Daily Mail learned WVU will self-report a secondary violation after some players wore equipment prohibited by the NCAA during the first two days of practice.