Syracuse University Athletics - Shafer Eyes Daily Defensive Improvements
"There's hasn't been one group that has come out and taken the bull by the horns the way I want them to yet," Shafer said. "But we're going to keep pressing. We have good kids. We have good character kids, now we just have to teach one another how to push things on a daily basis and create a great attitude followed up by effort."
Syracuse Football Preview: Antwon Bailey To Lead Rushing Attack - SB Nation New York
If there's one thing that Syracuse University fans have learned about the identity of the SU football program, it's that third-year head coach Doug Marrone digs the, "buckle your chinstrap because we're going to smash you in the mouth" game plan.
Will Syracuse’s Rash of Injuries Force Marrone to Change Practice Habits? : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Everyone understands injuries are part of football. It’s unreasonable to think any team can get through camp without having to deal with some bumps and scrapes. Plus, all the injured players in the secondary can still get back in time for the opener. But with the Orange training staff as busy as the coaching staff throughout camp, you have to question whether this is more than just a rash of bad luck.
NCAA Football 12 Simulates the 2012 Season - Big East Coast Bias
Syracuse never got any traction coming off a season where Notre Dame stole a bowl spot.
Syracuse Football Preview, Linebackers: Sophomore Marquis Spruill Leads Inexperienced Core - SB Nation New York
Currently, the Orange seem to have their starting positions settled as senior Dan Vaughn will be the strong-side linebacker, sophomore Marquis Spruill will hold down the middle linebacker spot, while freshman Dyshawn Davis is the weak-side linebacker.
Poliquin: To some, to know football is to love football; to almost all, to play football is to suffer | syracuse.com
The good news, of course, is that those battered/wounded/concussed members of the Orange are slowly re-appearing at practice up there on the SU campus. The bad news is that there’s always another tendon to tear or bone to crack or noggin to rattle.
Syracuse University Athletics - Adam Terry Signs With Tennessee Titans
In five seasons in the National Football League, Terry has started in 18 of the 50 career games he has appeared in. His best season came in 2007 with Baltimore when he played in 13 games, earning the start in nine.
Syracuse University Athletics - Gennaro at Pan American Trials
During Gennaro’s four-year career at Syracuse he helped the Orange varsity eight to a sixth-place, eighth-place and ninth-place showing the IRA Regatta his sophomore, junior and year years.
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Watch video of the Bernie Custis celebration from this past weekend.
Mascots visit patients and staff of CMC hospital | The Abington Journal, Clarks Summit, PA - AJ News
Otto the Orange (Syracuse University) plays with children from Big Daddy’s Daycare at Nay Aug Park.
Marinatto has his eyes on future of college football - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com
"As stewards of our respective conferences and leaders in the world of higher education and intercollegiate athletics, I believe we can and must be mindful of everyone's best interests and be constructive instead of destructive, even though I recognize that we are competitors and have different constituents to serve," Marinatto said. "Both Dan and John were supportive and open to this concept, especially given the message and tone of Mark's recent presidential retreat.
For the first time, CitrusTV gives an in-depth preview of the 2011 Syracuse football season. Including exclusive previews with Mikhail Marinovich and his mustache and runningback Antwon Bailey, anchors David DeGuzman and Emily Knox give you everything you need to know heading into this season. Watch CitrusTV's 1st Annual Football Preview Show on Time Warner Cable Sports Channel 13.