To stay or not to stay? That is the question... : Sports : CNYCentral.com
The truth is, Syracuse fans want to see their team win, but they also want to see them play games that matter. Ever since Syracuse football bottomed out in 2005, the fans have seen their team wins games. It just so happens that almost all of those wins have been against bottom-feeders and FCS schools. They're games that Syracuse is supposed to win. And when you're supposed to win, and you do, well that's not quite as exciting as beating Penn State.
Syracuse University Athletics - Syracuse Renews Colgate Series Saturday
During the weekend, Syracuse’s 1984 team will be honored as part of 2010 Legends Day. The 1984 squad shocked the college football world when it defeated No. 1 Nebraska, 17-9, in the Carrier Dome
10 Things We Learned From Maine | Otto's Army
The Orange may have found its third receiver – at tight end. Welcome back Nick Provo and nice to meet you Jose Cruz. Both made significant contributions Saturday and give Ryan Nassib more options in the passing game. Considering it doesn’t look like any of the receivers want to step up and replace Aaron Weaver production from the two tight ends is much needed.
Armageddon at Verizon: Syracuse vs. Georgetown - SATURDAY, February 26th - Casual Hoya
Do not wait until they go on sale to the general public because believe me when I say this, the Syracuse delinquents will invade our beloved nation's capital in a manner unseen since the War of 1812. Do your part to take back Verizon.
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Each week throughout the Syracuse Orange football and basketball seasons our team of experts will break down all the great SU action, and look ahead to the upcoming games.
Syracuse University football gets another commitment at wide receiver | syracuse.com
DeFarrel Davis, 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver at Nassau Community College told the Orange he wants to play in Syracuse next year.
SU Adds WR Burner from Tennessee : Orange Fizz – Syracuse Recruiting, Sports Rumors, Podcasts, Student Life
Hale was looking for a school with academics (he’s planning on majoring in chemical engineering) but also where he could play right away. If his speed translates to the college game, he could find himself on the field at the Dome in no time. There’s still not a big deep threat in the Orange lineup. If Marcus Sales can’t do it – nobody can.
Syracuse University Athletics - Holmes, Nassib and Jones Earn BIG EAST Honors
Senior cornerback Mike Holmes has been named BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts in Syracuse’s 38-14 home opening win against Maine on Saturday. Junior quarterback Ryan Nassib and junior defensive end Chandler Jones were named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll.
Waiver Wire Week Four - College Fantasy Football Insider
Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse - Five touchdowns last week against Maine and Colgate up this week. A decent spot starter if you're in a pinch. Also look at receiver Van Chew.
Orange::44: Maine - Syracuse Postgame Reactions OR The Scoreboard Ended Up Right
Syracuse was tricked by Maine to allow a lowly 1-AA team to have a halftime lead for Maine in the Carrier Dome last season. This season, after a very lackluster opening quarter and allowing Maine to both run and pass the ball a significant amount, it was almost the case. But Syracuse earned a big touchdown after recovering a forced fumble. Syracuse then rolled from there. The Orange put away Maine 38 to 14.
The burden: Once again, it's national championship or bust for Syracuse field hockey - The Daily Orange
Now as No. 8 Syracuse (5-3) returns home after six straight games on the road, including yet another loss to Princeton, the Orange embarks on the last half of its season with a similar goal in mind to Befort’s. SU doesn’t want to forget about the end to the 2010 season for a completely different reason. Befort hopes it ends with a completely different outcome: Syracuse Orange, 2010 NCAA field hockey national champions.
John Feinstein - College coaching can be hazardous to one's health
"I remember thinking as I watched, 'For a guy who just won an unbelievable game, he doesn't look too good,' " Boeheim said on Monday afternoon. "He almost looked a little bit sick."
Louisville showing it won't be an easy out for Big East teams | syracuse.com
Don’t circle the Louisville game as a Big East win just yet. The Cardinals are showing signs they will be a far tougher out under new head coach Charlie Strong.
The Stanford Tree vs. Otto? Sure.