Syracuse University Athletics - Eight Named to Phil Steele's Midseason All-BIG EAST Teams
Wide receiver Marcus Sales and defensive end Brandon Sharpe were each named to the First Team. Garnering Second Team honors was senior offensive guard Zack Chibane and senior safety Shamarko Thomas. Named to the Third Team was wide receiver Alec Lemon, tight end Beckett Wales, center Macky MacPherson and linebacker Dyshawn Davis.
Syracuse football cartoon: Orange vs. Scarlet | syracuse.com
After opening the Big East portion of their season with a victory against Pitt, SU heads to New Jersey to take on the undefeated Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Otto has his game face on as he leads the Orange into battle!
Audio: Doug Marrone, Dave Rahme talk Syracuse vs. Rutgers football with Gomez and Dave | syracuse.com
Gomez & Dave talked with Syracuse head football coach Doug Marrone and Dave Rahme, football writer for The Post-Standard.
Syracuse-Rutgers: Preview And Prediction - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Traditionally, the home team automatically gets 3 points for being at home, meaning a neutral field game would have Rutgers as only a 4 point favorite in this one. This can directly be attributed to the Scarlet Knights weak schedule to date, and this should absolutely be a great game that either team has a chance to win.
Changes ahead, but Syracuse's Jim Boeheim ready for 'a normal Big East season' | syracuse.com
"Nobody knew about it. I shouldn’t have told anybody," Boeheim said, ready for the start of his 37th season at Syracuse. Everybody around here realizes it now. It’s been 50 years since Boeheim enrolled as a freshman, and T-shirts have been printed to mark the occasion.
No more tickets left for Syracuse's Orange Madness | syracuse.com
Tickets for the event were free, but fans do need a ticket to enter the Carrier Dome.
Syracuse football running backs still sharing the load | syracuse.com
So, how’s the running back-by-committee thing going this year for Syracuse University? Not bad, actually.
The season starts today! So here's our 68 things to watch in 2012-13 - CBSSports.com
15. Orange turnover: Syracuse loses Fab Melo, Dion Waiters, Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph. Yet could win another Big East title and chase a No. 1 or No. 2 seed. Syracuse remains as entertaining and watchable as ever. Jim Boeheim is an absolute magician.
Syracuse Q&A: After 33 Straight Years of Playing, A Series Comes To End As Scarlet Knights Looks To Put Orangemen In Rear View Mirror With Win | NJ.com
For a closer look into the mindset of the Syracuse faithful fan this week our Q&A is with the premier Syracuse blogger, Sean Keeley. Keeley is the creator of Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician. He can also be found on twitter as @NunesMagician.
Seeing double? Syracuse's Megill has inside family scoop on the Daniellos, Deskos and Palaseks | syracuse.com
Syracuse University All-American defenseman Brian Megill has a prime seat to watch and evaluate some very cool legacies making their way through the Orange lacrosse family. This fall, he’s working with Orange freshman defenseman Ryan Palasek, the younger brother of Syracuse attackman Tommy Palasek, an attackman who led the team in scoring last year.
Former Syracuse guard Scoop Jardine continues recovery from foot surgery | syracuse.com
"It's been slow," he said by telephone on Wednesday. "The foot's been really sore. I've just been trying to take it one day at a time."
More Media Day Video: Hakim Warrick and Powdered Sugar | New Orleans Hornets | Hornets247.com
Hakim Warrick hasn't been in New Orleans too long but he's clearly a big already a big fan of beignets.
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