FB | Freshmen Broyld, Smallwood no longer part of 2011 Syracuse roster - Sports - The Daily Orange
"I want to go to summer school and just to go up in August," he said. "But if not I have to go to Milford for a couple of months and then go to Syracuse."
Ashton Broyld won’t play for Syracuse in 2011 | Democrat and Chronicle | democratandchronicle.com
Marrone said through a Syracuse spokesperson that Broyld’s legal situation was not the reason why he did not "foresee" the quarterback joining the Orange this fall. J.B. Afoh-Manin, who represented Broyld in Rochester City Court, said that the family had no comment at this time.
Dwyer DB Julian Whigham commits to Syracuse | High School Buzz
"I’ve always been a fan," said Whigham, who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and grew up a devoted follower of the Orange. His family moved to South Florida when Whigham was young, he said, and "my mom gave me the opportunity to choose to root for the Florida teams or the New York teams, and I always chose the New York teams."
DECISION-MAKERS - The Frederick News-Post Online
"Syracuse can offer me everything I want as a football player. The academic side of it is great. They have a top-notch communications program that I'm really interested in. It seemed like everything just fit together."
Coach Tells Fizz Jarron Jones Still Considering Syracuse, Conflicts WHAM Report : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
A text from Jones’ coach, Chris Battaglia to The Fizz says "Talked to him yesterday. Said PSU and ND were head to head and SU, UNC and VT were still being considered"
Hero of Army's 2007 upset of Syracuse University lacrosse team trades goalie stick for duty overseas | syracuse.com
Adam Fullerton once made 16 saves to engineer an 8-6 Army upset over the Syracuse University lacrosse team in February 2007. More than four years later the Liverpool High alum has hung up his goalie stick to deploy with the Army in Afghanistan.
Big East Blue Ribbon previews - Big East Blog - ESPN
Syracuse: Syracuse plays in a competitive but non-dominant Big East. It wouldn't be a shock if the Orange competed for the conference crown, but it also wouldn't be a surprise if it remained in the middle of the pack. ... Syracuse won't have the surprise factor working this time around, but it will have the confidence born from last year's 8-5 team. The Orange may not reach the Big East penthouse this season, but it won't fall back into the cellar, either.
Big East position rankings: Defensive line - Big East Blog - ESPN
6. Syracuse. No question the Orange have excellent defensive ends in Chandler Jones and Mikhail Marinovich. But the Orange lose their starters on the inside. Deon Goggins and Cory Boatman are penciled in to start at tackle but they are undersized. So are some of the other players who will rotate in. The line as a whole is pretty undersized when you think about it, and a big reason why Syracuse is ranked here.
Former UC backup headed to Buffalo - Big East Blog - ESPN
Former Cincinnati backup quarterback Chazz Anderson has officially transferred to the University of Buffalo and will be eligible to play this fall. Anderson graduated from Cincinnati this past May and has one year of eligibility remaining. Under NCAA rules, he can choose to attend graduate school at another institution and be eligible immediately.
The Star-Ledger v. Rutgers athletics - On the Banks
Despite the best efforts of some terrific journalists on staff, the relationship between Rutgers fans and the Newark Star-Ledger remains as poisoned as ever. This is not about receiving positive or negative coverage; it's about the facts.
The Syracuse University alumni club in Portland, Oregon concluded its Stumptown Solstice annual business meeting on June 21, 2011 with its first-ever alma mater sing-along. That guy sitting in the white shirt seems way too excited...