Expect Raiders to eye this workout star - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Keep this name handy in the next couple of months, Oakland Raiders fans: Ryan Bartholomew. Oakland will likely consider centers with its first pick, No. 48.
NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Linemen, Linebackers Work Out Today - SB Nation New York
Two Syracuse University linebackers, outside linebacker Doug Hogue and middle linebacker Derrell Smith, will be among those being tested today. You can watch the action on NFL Network.
MBB | John: Two weeks after panic, SU hits stride at right time due to clutch late play - The Daily Orange - Sports
"I never like to lose, and I don't want to lose four in a row," SU point guard Scoop Jardine said Saturday. "But I think that helped us. I think we really got to see who we were and see the things we have to work on to get better."
Offensive coordinator excited to build on solid, experienced offensive line at Syracuse University this spring | syracuse.com
MacPherson, listed at 6-foot-2 and 256 pounds on SU’s 2010 roster, did play in shotgun situations, where his snapping ability far exceeded that of Bartholomew. But the sophomore-to-be is much lighter than the 298-pound "Bart," who was also considered the strongest player on the SU team.
Syracuse's young centers contribute in win over Georgetown; plus other game notes | syracuse.com
The 20 combined minutes between Keita and Melo were the most for the pair since 21 minutes in SU’s 64-56 loss to Georgetown on Feb. 9.
That four-game losing streak by the Syracuse basketball team seems like so long ago, doesn't it? | syracuse.com
"I’m sure people who made nasty comments are back on our side," Jackson allowed. "But you can’t look at it like that. Fans are fans. Some of them panic. They want you to win just like we want us to win. All we can ever do is go out there, play hard and prove that we’re good."
So who's a lamb and who's a lion? - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Meanwhile, the same discombobulated Orange that lost four in a row in January now have strung together four consecutive victories after topping undermanned Georgetown on Saturday. That streak includes wins against two ranked teams and against a scrapping West Virginia team.
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Scholar-Athletes
Sophomore Isabel Menard (Ottawa, Ontario) of the Orange women's ice hockey team and senior Rick Jackson (Philadelphia, Pa.), are the Syracuse University Scholar-Athletes of the Week for the week of Feb. 28, 2011.
The sights and sounds of Syracuse - Georgetown: