Big East player rankings: Quarterbacks - Big East Blog - ESPN
6. Ryan Nassib, Syracuse. Nassib could end up higher than this when the season comes to an end. His teammates have raved about the strides he has taken this offseason, and he has a solid group of receivers. What everyone wants to see is more big plays in the passing game, something that falls on his shoulders.
Your comments: Ryan Nassib the sixth-best QB in the Big East? That ranking is too low | syracuse.com
Not surprisingly, most Syracuse.com readers thought Nassib deserved a higher ranking than Adelson gave him.
Jardine preps for the future - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch, Utica, New York
"If you play at the highest level, you take the good with the bad," he said. "It’s a game I love, and I work hard. No one can take my hard work away. Anything anybody else says, it goes in one ear and out the other."
SLAM ONLINE | " Silver Lining in NIT Tip-off
Conclusion: Syracuse is in a league of its own, but the other three hosts plus George Mason have a lot to gain by playing well … and even more to lose by laying a dud.
Syracuse's Biggest Problem: What Should Boeheim Do with Scoop? | Bleacher Report
During the last season I heard a caller on Brent Axe’s radio show say "Scoop thinks that he is better than he is, while Triche doesn’t know how good he actually is." This may be the best assessment I have heard about the two Orange guards.
No respect I tell ya, no respect at all - latimes.com
An interesting situation could develop in Syracuse if the Orange are able to continue the progress shown last year when, under second-year head coach Doug Marrone, they posted their first winning season (8-5) since 2001. Prior to that drought, the Orange logged an impressive 15 consecutive winning campaigns, and the hope is a dramatic turnaround could help SU be the one team outside of West Virginia to carry the Big East torch to regions that aren't sure that big-time college football is even played in the northeast.
Big East player rankings: D-Line - Big East Blog - ESPN
5. Chandler Jones, Syracuse. Jones made the All-Big East second team last season and should be one of the anchors for the Orange on defense this season. A bigger emphasis will be placed on being more aggressive and going after the quarterback to try to boost his sack numbers. He had four last season.
Hoops Addict " Catching Up With Andy Rautins
Yesterday I was able to chat with Andy Rautins after a Canada Basketball practice about his goals for this summer while playing for Canada, what he learned from Chauncey Billups last season and how he is adjusting to being a point guard after being a "wing" while he was in college.
Elite forward Ashley cuts college list to seven - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
Arizona, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Oregon, Syracuse, Texas and UCLA made the cut for Rivals.com's No. 14-ranked player in the Class of '12.
Syracuse University Athletics - ORANGE TRAVELS WEST FOR TWO TOURNAMENTS
The Syracuse University women’s basketball team will travel west for two in-season tournaments, announced head coach Quentin Hillsman. The Orange will head to Laie, Hawaii to play in the fourth annual Hukilau Invitational on Dec. 2-3, hosted by BYU and BYU-Hawaii, and Las Vegas to take part in the 2011 Duel in the Desert on Dec. 18-20.
Now we're talking...Nassib to Chew, TOUCHDOWN! Take that, Deacons.