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The Point After Podcast: Orange tip-off 2011-12 | The Juice Online
Sean Keeley, from Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician, joins The Juice Online’s Wesley Cheng to talk about the Orange Tip-Off 2011-12 Syracuse Basketball Preview and the expectations of the Syracuse basketball team in the latest edition of The Point After.
Daily Onions: DaJuan Coleman: Syracuse Looking for the Man in the Middle
With DaJuan Coleman's decision to attend Syracuse last week (beating out Kentucky and Ohio State), the Orange not only catapulted into a Top 10 recruiting class for 2012, but they also might have secured a dominant true center, something they've been searching for for a long time.
Syracuse University Athletics - Jovan Miller Signs With Colorado
Former Syracuse University lacrosse star Jovan Miller has signed a contract with the National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Colorado Mammoth, the team announced on Tuesday, Nov. 1. The deal is for two years and is subject to league approval.
School, NCAA investigate eligibility of Connecticut basketball player Ryan Boatright | syracuse.com
UConn declined to disclose Wednesday what the issue is, but said it is not related to academics.
Conference Realignment: Big East Expansion Plans Will Not Save Its Future - SB Nation New York
This strategy may work for a year or two, but in the end i'ts going to backfire on the Big East. In this Darwinism-like atmosphere, the Big East thinks it's the big fish in the pond, but it's not. It's just the host that the rest of the parasites are feeding from.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week 10 - The UConn Blog
The middle of the conference is a complete mess, Syracuse blows out West Virginia one week (rising to No. 2) and then gets blown out by Louisvlle (and falls to No. 6, while Lousiville vaults into the Top 3).
Syracuse University's 'power' backs charged up and ready to play | syracuse.com
"Every young back just kind of goes through this thing where they’ve got to figure out who they are as a running back. Especially bigger guys, like Adonis and Jerome. Because in high school, you’re stronger and faster than a lot of opponents," he said. "A lot of things that you’re able to do … I’m not saying you come in with bad habits, but you come in thinking you can do those certain things."
The Alphabetical, Week 10: The Home Stretch Beckons - SBNation.com
Hail to you, tiny Toledo, one of college football's worst programs three years ago and today a model for Rust Belt revivification under coach Tim Beckman. (Undefeated in the MAC is nothing to sniff at, as Michigan struggled in the conference for two years after relegation under coach Rich Rodriguez. This did not actually happen, but it allows you to excuse several years of uncomfortable memories, Michigan fans. Take it and run.) The Rockets' three losses all came to BCS conference teams, with the Ohio State and Syracuse losses coming by a combined margin of eight points.
Homemade 'Otto' costume allows Endwell boy to express his love for all things Orange | syracuse.com
Bozzi said Aidan, who became a big Orange fan partly because of his cousins in Syracuse, normally gets to attend one game each season, usually around his birthday Oct. 21. But the family decided it was too expensive this year.
We're currently working on reaching out to Aidan and his family to see if they would like some of those Cincinnati game tickets you donated money for...