Five biggest Big East spring questions - Big East Blog - ESPN
What now, Syracuse and Louisville?: The Orange and the Cardinals were two of the feel-good stories of 2010, escaping the league basement and going on to win bowl games. Both relied on a large amount of seniors last season, though, raising questions about how they will follow up their breakthroughs. For Syracuse, who steps up at linebacker, running back and wide receiver?
The Sports Sauna: Who the Orange Should Root for this Week
The best bet for the Orange is probably a 2-game losing streak by the Irish. Failing that, St. John's would need one slip up. Louisville would need two.
Big East Basketball Power Rankings Week 16 - The UConn Blog
Hater of the Week goes to Casual Hoya, who dropped Syracuse to 7th. That's not too far off from the margin, but it's pretty clear, at least at this point, that Syracuse should be above the 7-loss fray in the middle of the conference. I doubt Casual Hoya will be upset for being tarred as a Syracuse-hater though.
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Moten & Coleman are 1st Team, Sherm and Billy Owens 2nd Team and Carmelo makes 3rd Team. Let the debating begin.
Syracuse University lacrosse players JoJo Marasco, John Galloway honored by Big East | syracuse.com
Marasco tied his career high with five points (3 goals, 2 assists) against the Black Knights. Galloway recorded nine saves in the contest, including seven in the second half, to improve his career record to 46-6.
FizzCast: Syracuse’s Postseason Potential & Three Amigos Analysis : Orange Fizz
"I honestly don’t know if we’ll ever figure out the potential of SU basketball until the final game of its season. And that might be in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, and that might be in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament."
Southerland makes major contribution | The Juice Online
"He looked good and in the second half he pulled the string again," Boeheim said. "He’s got to keep shooting the ball."
Otto's Army : Has Syracuse Turned A Corner?
To me, it still seems like there are more questions than answers. But make no mistake—Syracuse is in great position. Have they turned the corner? Perhaps not. But the corner is definitely in sight and if they have a few weeks in March like the final one in February, 2010-2011 will turn out to be a pleasant surprise.
SU surges to No. 12 in AP poll; players mixed on double-bye possibility in Big East tournament - The Daily Orange - Sports
"Last year we got it, and we lost the first game," Triche said. "So the double-bye, it's good for you. But again, you're going to be playing a good team, especially in the Big East. … It doesn't really mean a lot. Because again, playing in the Big East, you can lose to any team."
SB Nation New York Top 5: Big East Basketball's NCAA Final Four Contenders - SB Nation New York
The aspect that will propel the Orange to their first Final Four since the 2003 National Title run will be the effectiveness of the 2-3 zone defense. If the SU players are doing what coach Boeheim tells them to do, Syracuse is extremely tough to score against, especially for non-conference opponents who rarely see a defense like SU's. A tough defense can lead to multiple wins, a formula perfect for a long-run in the NCAA Tournament.
GAME 7 - Coaches Corner
Jim Boeheim stops by Coaches Corner to talk SU Hoops
Syracuse University Athletics - 12th Annual "Basket Ball" Gala Announced
In 2000, Syracuse University Head Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim and his wife Juli hosted the inaugural Basket Ball Gala and have since raised nearly $4 million to fight cancer. This year, the 12th Annual event will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, New York.
Kenny recaps a big road win for the Syracuse Orange at Georgetown and looks ahead to what might be on tap for SU in March. Also, a look at the Syracuse lacrosse team's victory over Army in the Dome and a look ahead to their big-time match-up with Virginia on Saturday.
Some more post-game celebrating after the Georgetown game: