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Shamarko Thomas was named to the Big East weekly honor roll this morning for his performance in Saturday's 35-24 loss at Cincinnati.
Syracuse football strong safety Shamarko Thomas earns Big East honor | syracuse.com
Thomas, a senior from Virginia Beach, Va., made a game-high 14 tackles (10 solo) and had a forced fumble for the Orange, who fell to 4-5, 3-2 in the Big East. The 5-10, 206-pound Thomas leads SU with 66 tackles (35 solo). He has three forced fumbles and two interceptions in nine games.
Syracuse football team failed to make the plays that would have changed the outcome of Saturday's loss | syracuse.com
The Syracuse football team had an opportunity to play a tune last heard around these parts in 2001. Instead, it put on the same old broken record and tortured itself, its coaches and his fans with it for four hours Saturday afternoon.
Syracuse vs. San Diego State: Orange tip-off season with 'Battle on the Midway' - SB Nation New York
This will be the first time Syracuse will begin its season against a nationally-ranked opponent since 1987 when the then No. 1-ranked Orangemen lost to No. 3 North Carolina Tar Heels, 96-93.
Field hockey defeats Syracuse to win Big East tournament - The UConn Blog
In winning the Huskies earned the league' auto-bid for the NCAA tournament and they will learn where they'll be seeded on Tuesday. It seems possible that the Huskies and Orange could have one last grudge match to settle the season series -- coming into the game the Orange were ranked No. 3 in the country (UConn was ranked fifth), so a Final Four (or Championship) mathcup isn't out of the realm of possibility.
St. John's basketball recruiting: Are Red Storm closer to landing Rysheed Jordan and Isaiah Whitehead? - SB Nation New York
With the addition of Patterson, the Orange now have one scholarship spot left and, from what I know, are expect to only use that spot on a top-tier recruit such as: Andrew Wiggins, who's expected to become the No. 1 prospect in the Class of '13; or a players like Jordan, the No. 28th-best recruiting according to Rivals, and possibly forward Tyler Roberson, the 31st-best recruiting according to Rivals.
Syracuse in the NBA Part 1: An analysis of the past 25 years | The Juice Online
I spent the NBA’s preseason scouring box scores and fan blogs of NBA teams that I have no historical affinity for, watching pixilated games on my computer whenever I had the chance… which means I’m either a HUGE loser or really invested in how former Orangemen do in the NBA. Or perhaps both. In any case, it’s my contention that any die-hard Syracuse basketball fan should have a vested interest in the success of our boys at the next level. Programs are judged not just by their number of wins and losses, conference championships and tournament success, but also by their ability to develop and produce players who become quality pros. And when it comes to recruiting, that matters.
Kline’s Line: How Syracuse Landed Indiana Shooting Guard Ron Patterson : Orange Fizz
After taking a few visits, including Providence and Xavier, Patterson got the opportunity to play in front of the Syracuse coaches. Jim Boeheim’s staff came to see McCullough, a Bronx native, in action. They were looking for a shooting guard and came away impressed. While Patterson lacks the ball handling skills that the Orange may have been looking for, he makes up for it with his shooting ability, strength and perfect fit in the 2-3 zone. Syracuse quickly offered, surprising some recruiting experts.
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