Syracuse University sports stars come out to help Elmcrest Children's Center | syracuse.com
The event, which will include appearances by Orange head coaches John Desko (men's lacrosse), Gary Gait (women's lacrosse), Doug Marrone (football) and Quentin Hillsman (women's basketball) is a fund-raiser for the Elmcrest Children’s Center. Among the SU alumni sports figures planning to attend are Rob Drummond, Paul Gait, Chris Gedney, Tim Green, Tom Marachek, Mike Powell, and Roy Simmons, in addition to current Syracuse student-athletes.
Rush The Court " Blog Archive " Best Dressed: 1980s Syracuse Orangemen
You young whipper-snappers may not remember, but there was a time long before the "men" and "women" were unceremoniously axed from the school nickname in a move to eliminate perceived gender and religious biases, when the Orange men really were Orangemen.
SB | Syracuse reflects on best season in program history, looks forward to future - Sports - The Daily Orange
"We want to be top of the Big East, but we want to be a powerhouse in the country," Ross said May 8. "We want the country to recognize who we are."
Even NCAA Football 12 hates the Big East - CBSSports.com
Yyyyyep, Herbstreit did just suggest that a player, and we quote, "strip the Big East of their AQ status." Granted, he also suggested turning the Rose Bowl into a MAC-Sun Belt showdown, but everyone needs to indulge their whimsical side sometimes.
Brent Axe podcast: UFC champion Jon 'Bones' Jones on MMA in New York state, Syracuse football, more | syracuse.com
Jon and Axe covered a number of other issues including: The possibility of having an MMA event at the Carrier Dome someday, who would win in the octagon between him and his brothers and his love for SU football.
Syracuse University lacrosse team lacked full complement of elements needed to win a title | syracuse.com
Offense, defense and special teams. All three elements must be exceptional for a team to win a championship. The Syracuse University lacrosse team’s struggles in two of those areas are why its season is over.
MediaPost Publications Coaching, Courage & TV Advertising 05/23/2011
The greatest minds in college basketball -- Duke's Mike Krzyzewki, Jim Boeheim from Syracuse, Kentucky's John Calipari, and many others -- convened in one room to pay homage to the man who, I would argue, made both basketball and advertising what they are today.
Phoenix claim second straight title | The Japan Times Online
In the third-place game, the Osaka Evessa (Ryan Blackwell's team) rebounded from Saturday's loss in the Western Conference final, beating the Niigata Albirex BB 85-75.
Twitter / @Abner Cuatro-Cuatro: @MJCWilliams shout out to ...
Keep an eye on Abner Cuatro-Cuatro, who just picked up an offer from the Orange.
Relive all the highs and lows of Syracuse's 15-2 run to the NCAA Quarterfinals with the WAER recap: