The Syracuse Orange men's basketball program is quickly try to solidify its recruiting class of 2013, and it may do it next week when Ron Patterson will make an official visit to the campus.
Syracuse Basketball recruiting: Ron Patterson to make official visit next week - SB Nation New York
Patterson, a 6'3, 195-pound, three-star guard according to Rivals, is also being courted by the Ohio St. Buckeyes, DePaul Blue Demons, Illinois Fighting Illini and Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Indianapolis native was once a target of the Indiana Hoosiers, however, he did not qualify academically. Patterson has spent the last year at the prep school Brewster Academy (N.H.)
Mike Waters on SNY.tv’s Syracuse Podcast | The Juice Online
Mike Waters from The Post-Standard call in to discuss the upcoming 2012-13 basketball season with Wes Cheng and Micah Tannenbaum on The Juice On The Cuse podcast hosted by SNY.
Syracuse makes strides on defense - Big East Blog - ESPN
No Big East team has rushed for 100 yards against the Orange, and Syracuse has held three of the best rushers in the league backs -- Ray Graham, Jawan Jamison and Lyle McCombs to under their season average.
Fab Melo, slammed in Syracuse, gets chance for new basketball identity | syracuse.com
"I mean, I heard bad things about me all the time at Syracuse," Melo said. "You just gotta get used to it. If you live that life, you gotta get used to it. I just tried not to care about that stuff."
Video: Holtz looks ahead to Syracuse game | USF Sports Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times
Here are the opening comments from Skip Holtz's weekly news conference, recapping USF's 27-25 loss at Louisville and looking ahead to the Bulls' first home game in a month, Saturday night against Syracuse.
Syracuse basketball links: Kris Joseph on verge of grabbing roster spot with Celtics | syracuse.com
(Celtics coach Doc Rivers) didn't reveal who the 15th player would be, but all indications are that second-round pick Kris Joseph will get the final roster spot. ... Strong play near the end of the preseason all but sealed his spot on the team.
Syracuse football team enjoys improved performance in critical third-down offense, defense | syracuse.com
The Syracuse football team will enter Saturday’s 7 p.m. Big East contest at South Florida with an offense that is ranked No. 33 in the nation, producing 454.29 yards per game, and a defense than is ranked No. 28, allowing 329.71. Part of the reason for the overall success of the units has been their performance on third down.
The Morning Orange: Syracuse football, staring at its own 'greatness,' prepares for South Florida | syracuse.com
They’re back at work now and feeling better, probably, than any losing team in America has a right to feel. But then, that’s their prerogative. "We’re destined," Shamarko Thomas said the other day, "for greatness."
Doug Marrone And The Popularity of Syracuse Football - Inside the Loud House
The Syracuse football program is struggling to find an identity both on the field and off. From the inconsistent opinions of fans regarding current head coach Doug Marrone, to an inconsistency of the team’s popularity as a whole, Syracuse just can’t quite figure where they are at as a program.
This week Kenny recaps a win for the Syracuse football team who defeated for former coach Paul Pasqualoni in his return to the Carrier Dome.