Syracuse football team might face backup kickers at Rutgers | syracuse.com
Interesting news out of Piscataway, N.J., on Monday concerning Rutgers kicker Kyle Federico. The Star-Ledger of Newark reports that the freshman kicker tweaked a hip injury in Saturday's win over Connecticut and will be limited for this week's game against Syracuse University.
Syracuse football team's kickoff-coverage unit will enter Rutgers game ranked No. 7 in the nation | syracuse.com
The Orange punt-coverage defense is still ranked last in the nation (29 yards per return) thanks to a rocky start to the season, although it has allowed now positive return yardage in the past three games. The Orange kickoff-coverage team, meanwhile, has been superb all season. The Orange will enter the game ranked No. 7 in the nation in that department, allowing only 15.6 yards per return. Temple is No. 1 at 12.2.
Syracuse football team only a one-TD underdog at No. 20 Rutgers? Schedules may be the reason | syracuse.com
Each team has played five games, one against an FCS (Division I-AA) opponent. Removing that game from the mix the total won-loss record of Rutgers’ four FBS foes – Tulane, South Florida, Arkansas and Connecticut – is 7-16. Of the four only the Huskies (3-3) have a .500 record. Meanwhile, SU’s four FBS foes – Northwestern, USC, Minnesota and Pittsburgh – are 15-6 combined.
Taking A Look At The Syracuse-Rutgers Series - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Syracuse holds a 30-11-1 recod against the Scarlet Knights. The Orange have a 2:1 ratio of wins over Rutgers since the Big East formed, and that has held true over the past three seasons as the Orange came out victorious in 2009 and 2010 before losing in double overtime last season.
Syracuse lacrosse team seeking new scorers as it replaces two of three starting attackmen | syracuse.com
The long, national nightmare at the faceoff X pretty much overwhelmed or covered up every other issue coming out of the 2012 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team. Its still a hot-button topic as the team wraps up fall ball this week, but its not the only matter on head coach John Desko's to-do list.
Orange eye strong Big East finish before ACC | College Soccer News
"We know that we’re out to prove something, we know we’re not expected to finish first," goalkeeper Alex Bono told TopDrawerSoccer.com. "It’s not something people expect from us."
Former Syracuse Basketball Players Inspire Local Teens at Youth Conference - YNN, Your News Now
It's a message that former Syracuse and professional basketball players Lawrence Moten and John Wallace helped spread. Like most, even they have their own experiences with bullying.
Colorado State, Pitt exploit weaknesses of RPI - Luke Winn - SI.com
In the science of non-conference scheduling, there exists what I call an "exploitable gap." Some teams are paying less for their high-RPI strength-of-schedule ratings than others.
Jim Boeheim helps dedicate 4th Courts K Kids basketball court in Syracuse | syracuse.com
On Tuesday, Boeheim helped dedicate the most recent project in the Courts K Kids Program. Boeheim, along with Syracuse mayor Stephanie Minor and Parks and Recreation commissioner Baye Muhammad, unveiled two refurbished basketball courts at Leavenworth Park. The courts are diagonally across from Leavenworth Park at the corner of Wilkinson Street and Barker Avenue.
Three Idiots on Sports: Since It's Rutgers Week
It's not football but, it's still Syracuse throwing down on Rutgers.
Cool video from Pitt's perspective of their 14-13 loss to Syracuse.