Syracuse University: New York's college team ... and New Jersey's? | syracuse.com
Why talk about this now? Because the Orange now can't even get credit when it does leave the state of New York. After playing (and beating) Georgia Tech and Michigan in the Legends Classic in Atlantic City earlier this season, the phrase has been expanded.
Paramus Football Players Leave Mark at College Level - Paramus, NJ Patch
Zach started all 12 of the Orange's regular season games. In that time, he helped anchor an offensive line that blocked for 1,000-yard rusher Delone Carter. With the help of the big fellas up front blocking, the Orange converted on 34-of-40 (.850) chances in the red zone this season, which is tied for second in the Big East.
CORKY: Celebrations are getting out of hand - Green Valley News & Sun: Sports
The Orange saluted each other by shaping thumbs and forefingers to form a diamond. Hurrah, lads. Who knows why they do such silly things? It doesn't matter, except that these mindless little acts by Syracuse players were no less appalling or shameful than Hilburn's salute.
NCAA Basketball Bracketology: Syracuse Rises Up, Hard Times For Mid-Majors - SBNation.com
The final one seed remains orange, literally so, as Syracuse rises up to replace the Vols. The Orange are at the helm of the West region after a 15-0 start
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Picked Fifth in Preseason Poll
After advancing to the national semifinals last season, the Syracuse women’s lacrosse team is ranked No. 5 in Lacrosse Magazine’s 2011 preseason top 20. Defending national champion Maryland garnered the top spot in the poll, which was compiled by the publication’s staff with consultation from college coaches.
SU women fall in Big East opener | syracuse.com
Four players logged double-digit points but it was not enough as the 23rd-ranked Syracuse women's basketball team (12-2, 0-1) fell to No. 15 Georgetown (13-3, 1-1), 80-62, on Tuesday night at McDonough Arena.
Stanford, SU tops in bowls - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch, Utica, New York
I agree with Syracuse Post-Standard columnist Bud Poliquin on the most exciting bowl game so far – Syracuse and Kansas State in the Pinstripe Bowl, a back-and-forth offensive free-for-all that went down to the wire. Two mediocre teams? Maybe, but who cares? All kinds of action, and a lot of fun, bum call for excessive celebration at the end or not.
NCAA Basketball Schedule, Viewing Guide For January: Time To Get Serious - SBNation.com
Monday, Jan. 17: Villanova at Connecticut, Kansas State at Missouri, Syracuse at Pittsburgh, and Kansas at Baylor, ESPN (starting at 3:30 p.m. ET) - Why do I offer you four choices for today? Well, ESPN celebrates the return of Big Monday with a Martin Luther King Day quadruple-header, featuring eight of the best from the Big East and Big 12.
Indoor professional soccer coming to Syracuse - NewsChannel 9 WSYR
Professional indoor soccer players are scheduled to start playing games in Syracuse this fall. The United Soccer Leagues announced an ownership group headed by former Rochester Rhinos and Cleveland Crunch standout Tommy Tanner will lead the team into the inaugural season the new indoor professional soccer league.
Columbus Local News: Region > Schools > College tunes in to Olentangy senior's broadcasting work
Olentangy High School senior Zack Molle earned the nickname for his efforts in the announcer's box, calling games for his school's sports teams throughout 2010. The experience helped to catapult the aspiring sportscaster over a long list of applicants to land him a spot in the highly competitive S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
The Big Ten Meets Dante's Inferno - WSJ.com
This was supposed to be the Big Ten's year. The year Michigan began to turn the corner, Iowa cemented itself as a top-10 power and Ohio State returned to national glory. Instead, the nation's oldest major collegiate conference has been hit with a plague for the ages.
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