Don McPherson: Syracuse will make a bowl game (Podcast) | The Juice Online
We welcome back Syracuse football legend and SNY college football analyst Don McPherson to talk about Syracuse’s bowl chances and break down SU’s win on the USS Midway on the Juice on the Cuse podcast hosted by SNY.
Fizz Breakdown: Here’s How Syracuse Can Become Bowl Eligible in Missouri : Orange Fizz
Kip Edwards could be an NFL prospect at corner and his partner E.J. Gaines isn’t too bad either. That being said, the pass defense for Mizzou is mediocre and thus there are two keys to the game.
Karl Towns will make commitment on Dec. 4 — Cuse Clicks | The Juice Online
Karl Towns won’t step onto a college campus until the fall of 2015, but he apparently knows which college campus that will be. The 6-foot-11 sophomore from St. Joe’s-Metuchen (N.J.) will announce his college choice at 10 a.m. Dec. 4 at the high school.
Missouri football insider provides a look at Syracuse University's chances this week | syracuse.com
Dave Matter, a sports reporter the Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune, has covered the Missouri Tigers since 2006. He and I swapped emails this week and decided to do a little Q&A before Saturday’s non-conference game at Columbia between Syracuse and the Tigers. Both teams are 5-5 and need one more win to become bowl eligible.
Syracuse football offense has yielded only 14 sacks, but the line is quick to share the credit | syracuse.com
"It’s an offensive statistic," Adkins said. "When receivers aren’t getting open or the quarterback’s not getting the ball out or the backs aren’t picking up blitzes it certainly becomes a whole lot tougher."
Syracuse Basketball: Breaking Down the Orange's New Zone 'D' | Bleacher Report
Benjamin Franklin famously quipped that nothing in this world was certain, except death and taxes. I would add that a third certainty exists, which is that as long as Jim Boeheim patrols the Syracuse sideline, the Orange will play the 2-3 zone.
"Writer's Block: Nolan Weidner breaks down the Orange" - Behind the Stripes - ColumbiaTribune.com
This week, Syracuse beat writer Nolan Weidner for The Post-Standard shared some knowledge on the Orange and their 5-5 start.
Syracuse has to win 1 of its 2 remaining games to become bowl eligible - The Washington Post
"This year’s team is different, as every year’s team is different," Marrone said Monday. "We’ve been striving to make less mistakes and execute better. We were able to do that against a very good football team this past weekend. How you prepared last week, what you did — how do we mirror that so that we can have the same type of performance? That’s what we’re trying to do."
Development Academy Preview: SW Showdown | Club Soccer News | Youth Soccer News
RSL-AZ has its own weapons, which include U.S. U18 Men’s National Team striker and Syracuse recruit Benji Lopez and Marquette recruit Jose Navarro, who will be a handful for the Galaxy defense.
Missouri vs. Syracuse: Orange visit Tigers searching for bowl eligibility - SB Nation New York
Missouri (5-5) is coming off a thrilling 51-48 four-overtime victory at the Tennessee Volunteers. The Tigers trailed 21-7 at halftime, but rallied behind a collegiate-best four touchdown passes from junior quarterback James Franklin, who finished 19-for-32 with 226 yards.
#OrangeNation Is As Strong As Ever | College Spun – Taking College Sports Back For College Students As-Of 8/27/2012
I just hope that one day, I can look back on my time at Syracuse University and reminisce the same way. I hope that the Orange pride will still burn as strong 40 years down the road. I hope that one day, I’ll be that alumni greeting a student at a random airport around the country to talk about the school I love so much.
ESPN's journalistic integrity coming under close examination
November 2011 - November 2012 - ESPN reports sexual abuse allegations against Syracuse basketball assistant Bernie Fine after largely missing out on the Jerry Sandusky case. After a year long investigation, FIne faces no charges. ESPN's Mark Schwarz is questioned for connecting accusers with one another and ESPN is questioned for aggressively over-pursuing this story in the wake of being slow to react to the Penn State scandal.
The SU men's soccer team was selected to the NCAA tournament for just the 2nd time in school history. The Orange shared their thoughts on what it means to them, before they opened the tournament against Cornell.