Former Orange star Donovan McNabb excited about Syracuse football again | syracuse.com
McNabb, who was the featured speaker at the College Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday, praised Orange head coach Doug Marrone for the success. "Doug's done a great job. We're back recruiting the East Coast heavily, getting some guys from the Jersey, New York, Buffalo area. And it's always good to have a winning season because now guys look to get back to Syracuse," he said.
Syracuse University Athletics - Cooney Invited to USA Basketball Tryouts
Trevor Cooney (Sanford School/Wilmington, Del.), who signed a letter of intent to attend Syracuse beginning next fall, is one of 17 of the nation’s top 19-and-unders who have accepted invitations from the USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team Committee to attend the 2011 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team training camp.
Poll: Big East's most improved players - Big East Blog - ESPN
Antwon Bailey, RB, Syracuse: Inherits the starting job from two-time 1,000-yard rusher Delone Carter and showed this spring that he can do lots of different things with the ball.
The Evening Sun | SU hoops star, Rick Jackson, appears in Norwich
The reigning conference Defensive Player of the Year was in Norwich Wednesday evening to do a "meet and greet" at Leigh Baldwin and Company, a business after hours function that was done in association with Commerce Chenango.
Carmelo says 'bull's-eye' on Knicks - NYPOST.com
"Knicks fans have no idea yet what they have in him," said Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim, who was at the stadium for a Coaches vs Cancer event. "The only thing that matters to Carmelo is winning. It's all he's about. He's a very, very special player."
LoGiurato: Hack reflects on moment that made writing career special at Syracuse - The Daily Orange - Sports
There was Doug Marrone's utter jubilation as the boy from the Bronx accomplishing something in the city where he grew up. There was the sense of accomplishment from offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett after his unit torched the KSU defense. Hackett jokingly asked me if "that was enough," after I had asked him a few times during the season about opening up the playbook. There was a combination of emotions from the Syracuse players.
Former Syracuse star Wes Johnson makes NBA All-Rookie second team | syracuse.com
Former Syracuse University star Wes Johnson has been named to the NBA All-Rookie second team. Johnson, the No. 4 selection by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2010 NBA Draft, averaged 9.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists in his rookie campaign. He started 63 games and averaged 26.1 minutes.
New Syracuse University basketball assistant Adrian Autry talks about returning to his alma mater | syracuse.com
"It happened so fast, so quickly. Like I said when I first got here a couple weeks ago once everything broke, it's like a dream. It's still kind of a little thing of disbelief.''
Hit the spot: Alumni groups flock to hangouts nationwide to watch games, reconnect to SU - The Daily Orange - Feature
Days at the Loud House are dwindling for graduating Syracuse University students and commencement may be the last time some of them see the inside of the Carrier Dome. With their days at SU almost behind them, graduating students may yearn to feel a bit more at home after they break into the "real world." Alumni clubs help make the transition easier.
Colts Draft Pick Delone Carter Considers Prospect Of Playing With Peyton Manning 'An Honor' - Stampede Blue
'It's an honor to be playing with [Peyton Manning].'
2011 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: Check-in with Syracuse Play-by-Play Man Brian Higgins - College Crosse
Overall I have no major complaints about this year's bracket. Syracuse and Cornell are the two best teams and were deserving of the top two seeds, but it's by no means a guarantee they'll meet for the title. I expect this tournament to play out much like the regular season, a lot of close games with probably a few unpredictable results.