Syracuse needs Waiters to break out of slump | The Juice Online
"Maybe I should just tell him he’s a good player and then he won’t miss anymore. He’s got more confidence than this room has," Boeheim said after the game, visibly annoyed when a reporter observed that Waiters’ body language suggested a lack of confidence. "He needs to make some shots."
Poliquin: Syracuse basketball fans should not fret Dion Waiters; Fab Melo's status is another matter | syracuse.com
"The only way I’ll lose confidence," he announced in the Syracuse clubhouse after having scored eight points in his 29 minutes, "is if I’m dead."
Syracuse Basketball Notebook 1.30.12: Fab Melo, Rakeem Christmas, Pulling Away From The Big East Pack - SB Nation New York
"[Christmas] looked lost in space today," said Boeheim, who when asked what he said to Christmas on the sidelines responded, "I asked him if he was awake."
Scoop Jardine's New Role with Orange Huge Part of Syracuse Success | Bleacher Report
What has really helped the Orange is Scoop's ability to read the court and make the smart play when it matters most.
What they're saying about the 'missed' goaltending call in Syracuse's two-point win over West Virginia | syracuse.com
"Gene Steratore -- who has worked 17 college basketball and two NFL games this month -- was the official under the basket while Karl Hess -- working his 21st game in 28 days -- was on the left sideline near the play. Neither hinted they might call goaltending, though the rule says the basket counts once the ball hits the backboard above the rim."
Even Pitino Says West Virginia Was Robbed | ZagsBlog.com
"Syracuse would’ve been a goal-tend away from having a tie for second place [in the Big East] today," Pitino said
Otto receives brighter, more modern look - News - The Daily Orange
Meg Lane, freshman public relations major, said she really liked the new costume because it is a much brighter, updated look. "The old costume was looking rough around the edges," Lane said.
Bristolmetrics: Joe Paterno Was Mentioned 116 Times On SportsCenter Last Week; Jerry Sandusky Was Mentioned 8 Times
Syracuse was the college basketball team most mentioned on Sportscenter last week, whatever that's worth.
AD proposes minor bowls moved on campus in '14 - CBSSports.com
Under the AD’s scenario, once the 16 premier bowls are filled, every team that is bowl eligible would participate in an on-campus bowl game. If there is an odd number of teams that qualify, the lowest ranked team, based on the BCS rankings, would not play in an on-campus bowl game, but still would be allowed to conduct December practices like the other bowl teams.
Syracuse & the ACC: Atlantic or Coastal Division? | Carolina Orange
I, too, am opportunistic, even if it’s not under the best of circumstances. And so, in an effort to plan out my football road trips when the ACC schedule starts in 2013, I’ve put together some fancy, schmancy maps.
Orange basketball links: Top 2013 guard prospect sets unofficial visit to Syracuse | syracuse.com
The Orange host the Connecticut Huskies on Feb. 11. Ennis' father told SNY TV that Ennis would be there for the game. Zagoria reports that in addition to Syracuse, Kansas, Arizona, Louisville, Georgia Tech and Memphis are among the schools showing interest in Ennis. Ennis father said the guard would also be visiting Arizona and Louisville during February.
Syracuse University's Will Hicks earns elite designation with national strength and conditioning group | syracuse.com
Syracuse University assistant athletics director for strength performance Will Hicks has joined an elite group. Hick is a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he is one of 22 who have received Emeritus status within the organization.
Michael Carter-Williams thought he was just having a casual stroll around Carousel Mall with some ladyfriends. He was so wrong...
Kenny has a Bob Huggins Head growth on his shoulder. Disturbing.
I want Dick Parker to speak before every Syracuse game now.
Just some fantastic parenting going on here, Anna's already ahead of the curve: