Hemingway powers Orange women past Eagles, into WNIT Elite Eight | syracuse.com
Over and over again, Syracuse’s Iasia Hemingway gathered the ball in the high post, ducked her shoulder under an opponent and drove to the basket. Added together, she almost single-handedly powered the Orange to a 72-63 victory Thursday night in the Carrier Dome over a stubborn Eastern Michigan team in the third round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
WBB | SU's second-half adjustment limits turnovers against EMU's full court press - The Daily Orange - Sports
"It was just a really simple adjustment that during the first half, once I recognized it, I didn't want to show it in the first half," he said. "I didn't want them to go in there at the half and make (their own) adjustment to it. I was hoping that we could hold on."
What Went Wrong: Fab Melo Never Developed Into a Presence : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Problem is, the Per’fesser drastically overrated Fab’s readiness to compete at the D1 level. This summer, he called him a "strong contender for national rookie of the year." Ouch, Coach, don’t think you could have been more wrong about that. In reality, Fab would have been better off using a redshirt season, but his coaches were apparently too busy gawking at the 7-foot, 250 lbs frame, and the 18-foot jumpers he was knocking down in empty gyms.
Hey, Georgetown: Stop Whining; Start Winning - College Crosse
A few days ago, Hoya Laxa posted probably the whiniest piece of prose ever written. I mean, this is Michael Moore-level whining. In the post, Hoya Laxa essentially proffers the following argument: Georgetown deserves to go to the NCAA tournament because it's Georgetown; as other schools aren't Georgetown, they shouldn't be selected over the Hoyas for the field of 16.
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que coming to Newark | NJ.com
Dinosaur's fifth location - and first in New Jersey - is scheduled to open later this year at 224-226 Market St., in a former hardware store/chandelier factory.
Why Syracuse didn't recruit Jimmer Fredette; or, de-mythifying the Jimmer | syracuse.com
When Fredette started to blossom in high school, Syracuse already had commitments from two guards in his class. Jonny Flynn and Scoop Jardine. The Syracuse coaches didn't miss on Fredette. They were very aware of him. But not only did Syracuse not have room for a similar ball-dominating, shot-taking guard, but Fredette have been nuts to sign with SU.
A day in the life of Rob Long: