Spruill comfortable being in middle of Orange defense - National college football - The Buffalo News
"The 'Mike' linebacker, whether he is a leader or not -- he is a leader of that defense," Conley said. "I don't care if he is a freshman or a senior. I've been trying to educate him and let him know that that's a really important role. If you're the 'Mike' linebacker of that defense, you've got 10 sets of eyes looking at you."
Ritchy Desir is Making Plays for Syracuse, Is His Teammate Corry Omeally Next? : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Omeally said back in March he had two offers, one from SU and one from FIU. The Golden Panthers are looking for him to play WR – as you might expect with Schafer – the Orange want the rising senior to play DB.
2011 Football preview – Week 12, Pittsburgh | The Juice Online
When Syracuse visits the Panthers on Dec. 3 for the teams’ final regular season game, coach Todd Graham will be looking to improve upon Dave Wannstedt’s 8-5 (5-2) record in 2010 and capture at least a share of the conference title for the second straight year.
Doug Marrone, reason for Orange optimism: 2011 Syracuse football preview - National Big East | Examiner.com
Expect Krautman to be in a season-long personal competition against Connecticut’s Dave Teggart for top kicker honors, not only in the BIG EAST but also in the nation.
Deacons' Booi will be out for a while | JournalNow.com
Ramon Booi, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound junior nose guard, was helped off the field with a sprained medial-collateral ligament that most likely will sideline him for at least three to four weeks. Neil Basford, a redshirt freshman tight end, also was knocked out of the scrimmage with what was thought to be an injured MCL.
Contraction reaction: Old Navy's ridiculed 'Lets Go' collegiate T-shirts, including one for SU, to be reprinted | syracuse.com
A line of T-shirts in the Superfan Nation collection reads "Lets Go" instead of the correct "Let's Go," with the proper apostrophe. Syracuse University is one of more than 70 colleges that are part of the collection of newly licensed apparel.
Profile on freshman defensive tackle Eric Crume.