All Boeheim’s teams do is win games | The Juice Online
He may have not imagined that long of a career, but coming off his second 30-win season of the 2000s and already past the halfway mark to get there again this season, with so much athleticism carrying this year’s team on any given night and with three more top-rated recruits in the fold for next fall, it’s looking likely that Boeheim will glide past Rupp’s numbers in less than 41 years.
Three Idiots on Sports: Watch That Ref: Doug Sirmons Will T You Up
When it comes to calling technical fouls, the 2010-2011 season leader is running away with the crown the way Tiger Woods used to run away from the field on Sunday Augusta. The current leader is a ref named Doug Sirmons
Orange doesn’t travel far, neither does anyone else | The Juice Online
The reality is Syracuse will play nine conference opponents away from the cozy confines of the Carrier Dome this season, five of them currently ranked in the top 25: Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Villanova and Georgetown. So why does it need to load its non-conference schedule with tough "true" road games?
Otto's Army : 2010 Football Recap: Most Disappointing Player
I’ll go with the player whose actions were most disappointing – Malcolm Cater. Seriously, Malcolm? You’re going to throw away a promising collegiate career for a TV? I’m not sure what’s more disappointing – the burglary or the fact that he was caught by his footprints in the snow. A real tough case for CSI: Syracuse.
Scoop Dreams: Jardine leaving his mark at SU - Rochester, News, Weather, Sports, and Events - 13WHAM.com
"I knew with Andy and Wes leaving, somebody was going to have to take that responsibility and it's a lot to be a leader. It's not part-time, it's full-time. I learned from Andy everyday and he was a great teacher and one of the best to ever play at Syracuse."
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Scholar-Athletes
Sophomore Elashier Hall (Washington, D.C.) of the Orange women's basketball team and junior Matt Tomaszewski (Seabrook, N.H.), are the Syracuse University Scholar-Athletes of the Week for the week of Jan. 10, 2011.
I thought it was just me that assumed System of a Down was running through Otto's head all day.