Syracuse basketball links: Would Jonny Flynn be a good fit for the New York Knicks? | syracuse.com
Frank Isola of the New York Daily News recently reported that the New York Knicks are in talks with the Minnesota Timberwolves about a swap of guards, with former Syracuse Orange player Jonny Flynn headed to the Knicks and Toney Douglas going to Minnesota.
Orange Basketball Hall of Fame : Syracuse University Magazine
A recruited high school football player from Long Island, he was all but set to accept an offer from Rutgers when he made a campus visit to Syracuse. "I took the trip just for the heck of it, and I fell in love with the place," he says. A sociology major in the College of Arts and Sciences, Tarrant played defensive end for the Orange, and was a member of the 1993 team that defeated Colorado in the Fiesta Bowl.
Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation donates $3,500 to St. Elizabeth Medical Center | NBC-WKTV News Channel 2 - Utica News, Weather, Sports - | Local News
The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation donated $3,500 to the St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation Monday afternoon, money that will go towards the purchase of four sleeper chairs. Those chairs will provide in-room accommodations for family members of critically-ill patients.
Syracuse University Athletics - SU Athletics Earns 2011 Telly Award
Syracuse University Athletics has received national recognition for a television documentary it produced that chronicled punter Rob Long’s ordeal with a malignant brain tumor. "Fourth and Long: Detour to a Dream," was honored with a Silver Telly Award for excellence in video production.
The Lacrosse Movement Conquers New York - WSJ.com
The New York City metro area has seen a 40% jump in the number of kids playing the sport since 2006. Long Island, one of the sport's breeding grounds, now has more than 100 competitive youth travel teams, compared to just four in 2002. In Connecticut, participation has more than doubled in the past decade, helped by the addition of girls' lacrosse.
Seton Hall Basketball: 2012 Recruiting Prospectus - Power Forwards & Centers - South Orange Juice
Right now, it seems like Grant is way above Seton Hall's realistic recruiting level. Grant has interest from Maryland, Georgetown, Kansas, Arizona, Virginia, Syracuse and more.
Ashley's arrest likely leaves Louisville even thinner at corner - Card Chronicle
Darius Ashley's second DUI arrest in seven months left us with no shortage of things to discuss. First and foremost there's the well being of Ashley himself (the facts seem to indicate that he has a serious problem), then there's the controversy surrounding the appropriate punishment, and then finally there's the comedic aspect of it all (passed out in a Taco Bell drive-thru and then rear-ending a cop; still only funny because no one got hurt).
Rutgers sells stadium naming rights - On the Banks
Multiple media outlets reported today that the Rutgers athletic department has reached a deal to sell stadium naming rights to High Point Solutions, a technology firm based in Sparta, NJ. Well, now every Rutgers fan knows who to buy routers from in the future.
Midnight oil is safe - WVU - The Charleston Gazette - West Virginia News and Sports -
Dana Holgorsen has never bought into the theory that in order to be a great coach one must keep ridiculous hours. "It's just who I've worked for, I guess,'' West Virginia's new head coach said Friday. "I never worked for Dick Vermeil. I've never worked for a guy that does it like that.''
What do the Vegas oddsmakers think of Big East football teams? Here's an early look | syracuse.com
No Syracuse games made the list, but Pitt and West Virginia each had four of their games listed. The only other Big East team to be on the list is UConn, which had its games against Pitt and WVU listed. As for the WVU-Pitt game, the casino's opening line had West Virginia as a 6-point favorite.
NFL players work on different type of game | The Daily Journal | thedailyjournal.com
Joe Porter and Taj Smith are finding they have more time to work on their respective golf games than originally anticipated.