College Football Analysis: What to Expect From Syracuse Orange
This year, Syracuse returns most of the offense, but will have to replace several key defenders. One of the most intriguing Big East storylines this season will be whether the Orange offense is able to pick up some of the slack as the defense works in its new, younger starters. If that’s the case and the Orange can pull off a win or two against West Virginia, South Florida and Pittsburgh, they could be right there in the Big East mix at the end of the year.
Syracuse Orange spring wrap - Big East Blog - ESPN
"Spring answers" and "Fall questions" about Syracuse football from Brian Bennett of ESPN
Syracuse's Brandon Triche invited to the Chris Paul Elite Guard Camp | syracuse.com
Triche will attend the camp along with Syracuse teammate Scoop Jardine. Both of the Orange guards participated in the CP3 camp last year.
Trevor Cooney’s Playing Time << 900 Irving
It’s hard not to be excited over the thought of Rakeem Christmas swatting shots into orbit or to let the idea of Carter-Williams going off for 40 drift into your head. But over those last few months, Trevor Cooney has to the wayside. As someone who’s drawn steady comparisons to Andy Rautins, a player who was beloved by the SU faithful, it’s important to take a look at what may be in store for him in his freshman season.
The Call of a Classic: Donation to Library of Congress includes broadcast of 1957 Cotton Bowl between Syracuse and TCU | syracuse.com
But this? This broadcast? It’s a rare find. A gift. And now it can be heard and enjoyed by the public. The 1957 Cotton Bowl broadcast is part of a massive archive of historic radio and television broadcasts that was donated to the Library of Congress by John Miley, of Evansville, Ind.
A rather monotonous reading explaining just how bitter and intense the Colgate vs. Syracuse football rivalry used to be.