Carmelo Anthony returns to Syracuse for NBA exhibition game at the Carrier Dome | syracuse.com
"It’ll be good to get back,’’ Anthony said prior to the Knicks’ game against the Boston Celtics on Saturday in Albany. "I haven’t been back there in quite a while. I remember the first preseason game when I first came out (in 2003) and we played. It’ll be a great atmosphere. I’m looking forward to it.’’
Carmelo Anthony visits the Syracuse building that bears his name | syracuse.com
"I was there yesterday,'' Anthony said. "That was the first time I had a chance to get around and walk through the whole facility. I watched the team practice. I actually got a work-out in over there. I was kind of surreal for me to walk around and see my name plastered around the building and the outside of the building.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week Nine - The UConn Blog
Everyone had Cincinnati and Syracuse as third and fourth respectively, which seems more than fair to me. Temple and Pitt ran neck and neck for fifth place, but the Owls pulled ahead just barely.
UConn- 10, Syracuse- 40: Halfway to Beef | Bleeding Orange
This isn’t to say that Syracuse’s bowl changes are doomed, just that they still has a lot of work to do if it’s going to get the three plus wins it needs to be bowl eligible. The Orange have the talent to win every game left on the slate. It’s just a matter of giving themselves a fair shot.
Kris Joseph scans list of available Celtics numbers and picks one with Syracuse significance | syracuse.com
Joseph knew James Southerland wore that number at Syracuse. "So when I picked it," he said, "I texted James and said, 'I just got 43 for you, Dawg.' He was like, 'Wooooooo.' You know James. He's crazy already. And he was hyped."
Syracuse football offense addressed its red-zone issues during victory over Connecticut | syracuse.com
The Orange (3-4, 2-1 Big East) were ranked No. 110 in the nation in red-zone offense (17-for-24, .710) entering the game vs. the Huskies. This morning they are No. 81 (23-for-30), .770).
Noon kickoff set for Syracuse football game Nov. 3 at Cincinnati | syracuse.com
The noon game at Cincinnati will be televised on the Big East Network, which for most viewers means it will air on Time-Warner Cable Sports.
Syracuse football kicker Ross Krautman is Big East special teams player of the week | syracuse.com
Krautman was 4-for-4 on field goal tries - including season-long efforts of 42 and 47 yards against the Huskies. He also kicked four extra points.
Syracuse football tight ends back in the picture lately for Orange offense | syracuse.com
While the void left by Provo hasn’t been completely filled, the Wales-Stevens duo is starting to get the job done after a somewhat slow start. In the past two games, the pair has combined for 12 catches for 155 yards and a TD.
UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni enjoys return to Syracuse, Carrier Dome ... except for the game, of course | syracuse.com
"I think the people are great," Pasqualoni said. "They are very hospitable. The Dome is a good venue. We just wish we could have done better in the Dome. It was good to be here tonight."
The Morning Orange: Syracuse and Kansas State have taken different paths since the Pinstripe Bowl | syracuse.com
They haven’t gone in completely opposite directions, no. But it is fair to suggest that one club is taking a more direct route to football joy than the other.
Syracuse vs. Connecticut — 10 Things We Learned | The Juice Online
4. When you don’t turn the ball over, good things happen. A week after turning the ball over four times against Rutgers, the Orange offense seemed to have no problem against the nation’s sixth-ranked defense (40 points and 502 total yards).
Syracuse May Have Finally Had Their "Breakout Game" Of The 2012 Season - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
It is what Syracuse fans have been looking for all season long. A complete effort on both sides of the ball. A balanced attack. Zero turnovers. Syracuse could do no wrong in a game that they absolutely needed to keep their postseason football dreams alive.
Carmelo Anthony returns to the Carrier Dome tonight.