Syracuse University Athletics - Nassib, Sales Named to Weekly Honor Roll
Following an exciting 37-36 win on Saturday at South Florida, both quarterback Ryan Nassib and wide receiver Marcus Sales were named to the BIG EAST honor roll. Nassib threw 27 completions for 328 yards and four touchdowns . Sales lead the Orange receivers with nine catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns.
Syracuse football game against Louisville - either noon or 3:30 p.m. Nov. 10 | syracuse.com
The start time depends on television and won't be determined until next weekend. The game will be shown either on ABC or one of the ESPN channels, or the Big East Network.
The Morning Orange: The Syracuse football team authored a marvelous story against South Florida | syracuse.com
At the very moment he said that, the Orange heart -- brought to life by a terrific three-headed effort after the break on offense, defense and special teams -- swelled. And why not? Marrone’s guys, who’d been that steady pendulum swinging back and forth between loss and victory, had proven they weren’t consistent, after all.
Tipoff Countdown: Who will be Syracuse’s go-to guy? | The Juice Online
Syracuse hasn’t had a true "go-to" player since Wes Johnson in the 2009-10 season. The Orange have instead opted for a more balanced approach in the last two years, as no player as averaged more than 15 points. Who, if anyone, will become SU’s go-to scorer this year?
With The Win Saturday, Syracuse Fans Can Officially Change Their Expectations - Inside the Loud House
In the beginning of the season, many fans were saying it was bowl or bust for this football team. After the first three games, many thought it was going to be a season where Syracuse finished the year with three wins with the clock ticking on Doug Marrone. If you were one of these fans, it is time to up the ante on your expectations for this team.
Syracuse Ballers Experience Orange Lacrosse - College Crosse
Syracuse has excessive talent at all positions on the floor, so the obvious question is this: Can Jim Boeheim loan some of his athletes to John Desko to try and alleviate some of the concerns that Orange lacrosse is facing in 2013?
Syracuse Orange Basketball Season Preview - Busting Brackets - A College Basketball Fan Site
Syracuse has become a bastion of consistency over the last half-decade, no longer falling prey to the "down" years (seasons on the bubble) that tormented the program during the mid-2000s. The Orange withstood the losses of Jonny Flynn, Paul Harris and Eric Devendorf in 2009, and brought back an even better team the following season.
Big East preview: With Peyton Siva, Louisville stands above Syracuse, others - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
MCW should be a breakout star. Stuck behind Scoop Jardine and Dion Waiters, Syracuse’s Michael Carter-Williams scored only 70 points last season. But he has big-time talent and must be great for Syracuse to exit the Big East in style.
Rutgers, Syracuse still contenders for Big East football crown - SB Nation New York
Currently, the Big East standings feature two teams with unbeaten league records -- Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-0) and Louisville Cardinals (3-0) -- and two others with just one loss -- Syracuse Orange (3-1) and Cincinnati Bearcats (1-1). The Temple Owls (2-2) remain a contender despite suffering back-to-back conference losses, however, that could change this Saturday when they travel to Louisville.
Syracuse football at USF: Ryan Nassib answers the call in Orange's comeback win - SB Nation New York
Trailing by 20 points at halftime Saturday, the Orange needed to score points in the second half if it wanted to pull out a road victory. Behind the arm of senior quarterback Ryan Nassib, Syracuse did and in the process saved its season.
Some footage from a recent Syracuse basketball practice...