Enhanced ESPNU National Football Signing Day Coverage
Doug Marrone will be a part of ESPN's telecast on National Signing Day.
In Milwaukee for the SU-Marquette game? Join SU at Rosie’s (1111 N. Water St.) before the game for free snacks and SU giveaways
Windy City Orange (the SU Alumni Club of Chicago) and Syracuse University invite you to a pre-game party this Saturday (Jan. 29) at Rosie’s, 1111 N. Water St. in Milwaukee before the Orange men’s basketball team takes on Marquette
Jim Boeheim defends Orange's use of zone - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
"If we were 12-9 right now, we’d still be playing zone because that’s our best defense," Boeheim said.
Syracuse Battles Pitt, Michigan State for Linebacker "Freezer" Grigsby : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Now there’s Nicholas "Freezer" Grigsby, a 6’1", 210 pound linebacker from Trotwood, Ohio, and the Orange may be in hot pursuit.
Three Idiots on Sports: Things Syracuse Basketball is Better Than
It's been a rough three game stretch for the Syracuse basketball team and more complaining isn't going to get us anywhere. It's time to look at the bright side -- even in the team's darkest hour so far this season, here are just a few things SU Basketball is better than.
Jigsaw Man completes puzzle for Florida, Georgetown, UNC, others - Seth Davis - SI.com
The Jigsaw Man is impressed that Syracuse has played so well with so little production from this vital position. Imagine how hard the Orange would be to stop if they had an experienced, strong, efficient center to anchor that 2-3 zone and get a few buckets off the offensive glass.
Blogging Around The Big East: Boeheim 'Clears Air' While Waiters' Rumors Swirl - SB Nation New York
After listening to the interview, there was no indication by Boeheim that Waiters won't be with the Orange for Saturday's game. Also during the interview, Boeheim addressed if Waiters swore at him and the coach said he didn't hear anything. However, Boeheim did say Waiters could have said something behind his back but since he didn't hear anything it wasn't an issue.
Is the Big East really as good as everyone thinks? - Searching for Billy Edelin
My thesis here is simple: The Big East is viewed as best conference in the sport not because of how many great teams it has, but because it has the most teams to begin with and therefore can't possibly have a down season. With 16 schools in play, there is a statistically higher chance to produce more contenders and NCAA bids than anyone else year after year. Oh, and one more thing: Since the expansion in 2005, no Big East team has EVER made it to the NCAA Championship game. Defend that.
WOMEN'S TENNIS | Georgetown Seeks End To 30-Year ’Cuse Curse - The Hoya - Sports
Although the Blue and Gray have not beaten the Orange in over 30 years, Ernst thinks that this could be the year.
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