Syracuse Daily Links - Orange Football Team Has Busy Schedule Ahead

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The teams are set to travel to New York on Christmas Day and check in to hotels in Midtown Manhattan. There will be a pair of formal practices for each team Dec. 26 and 27, tentatively at facilities of Hofstra and Columbia universities, and a walk-through Friday, Dec. 28, at Yankee Stadium prior to Saturday’s 3:15 p.m. kickoff.

Syracuse football team to spend busy week in New York | syracuse.com

The teams are set to travel to New York on Christmas Day and check in to hotels in Midtown Manhattan. There will be a pair of formal practices for each team Dec. 26 and 27, tentatively at facilities of Hofstra and Columbia universities, and a walk-through Friday, Dec. 28, at Yankee Stadium prior to Saturday’s 3:15 p.m. kickoff.

Syracuse women's basketball player Kayla Alexander is Big East Player of the Week | syracuse.com

Alexander scored a career-high 34 points, single-handedly outscoring Wagner in Syracuse's 66-28 victory vs. the Seahawks, and added 13 rebounds and three blocks. It broke her previous best of 33 points set on Nov. 26, 2011 at Binghamton.

Five Ways To Entertain Yourself During A Syracuse "Bye" Week - Inside the Loud House

That damn week of the winter where stupid academics get in the way of our Syracuse Orange sports viewing pleasures. As interesting of a city Syracuse is, some fans might be wondering what they can do or look forward to during this Syracuse off-week to keep themselves occupied. Here is a bunch of suggestions for us local folk who need to overcome boredom.

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Featured In Rowing Magazine

Syracuse women's rowing head coach Justin Moore and 2012 Orange alum Tiffany Macon were featured in the November edition of Rowing Magazine. Macon, who appears on the cover, appears in photos accompanying a story on indoor winter training with quotes from Moore.

Syracuse Orange: An Insider's View on the Season So Far
We’ve gone thru approximately one quarter of the season so it’s time to check in with our insider. Brian Higgins works with Syracuse All Access and is around the team so we picked his brain on this year’s Orange.

Other Bowl Games | Virtual Simulation Stimulation: College Football's Bowl Season | Bleacher Report
New Era Pinstripe Bowl: West Virginia 37, Syracuse 14—This is the part where West Virginia fans set New York City on fire.

Otto’s Army supports Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation | The Juice Online

For the past couple of years, Otto’s Army has made an effort to donate money to the cause so important to the Boeheim family. This year, during the Long Beach State basketball game, we were able to donate $1,000 to the cause.

Syracuse University Athletics - Chat with Ryan Nassib

With the New Era Pinstripe Bowl approaching, Syracuse fans have a chance to chat on Twitter with Syracuse football senior quarterback Ryan Nassib on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 12 p.m. Nassib will be taking over the Orange's official Twitter account (@Cuse) to answer all of your questions. Syracuse followers can direct their questions to #ASKCUSEFB.

Bracketology - NCAA College Basketball Brackets and Predictions - ESPN

Syracuse is No. 2 seed in the East, playing Stony Brook in the opening round. Duke looms...

SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and ACC to average $91 million in new playoff format, sources say - ESPN

During the 12-year contract for college football's new playoff format, the nation's five power conferences (SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and ACC) will earn an average of nearly $75 million more per year than the smaller leagues known as the "group of five."

Syracuse recently saw Dakari Johnson — Cuse Clicks | The Juice Online

Coaches from Georgetown, Missouri and Kentucky are expected today at Montverde (Fla) Academy to watch 6-11 big man Dakari Johnson, his mother told SNY.tv. Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim was recently in to watch him, as were Kentucky coach John Calipari and assistants Orlando Antigua and Kenny Payne.

Where does Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim rank among coaches? | The Juice Online

During the telecast of the Long Beach State game, his 897th victory, ESPN commentators Bob Wischusen and Seth Greenberg, suggested that if there were a Mount Rushmore of college basketball coaches, Boeheim would surely have his face on the peak, along with the only other Division I men’s basketball coaches to win more than 900 games, Bob Knight and Mike Krzyzewski.

ESPN NCAAF 2012 Big East/ACC fantasy ranking

The hardest selection was ranking Syracuse. The Orange, Miami and NC State are all 7-5. Miami does not have a win as impressive as Syracuse (over then-No. 9 Louisville) or NC State (over then-No. 3 Florida State). The Hurricanes do own the head-to-head over NC State, so that gives them the advantage over the Wolfpack. That leaves Syracuse and Miami fighting for the No. 5 spot. Heather said last week she would have the Hurricanes above Syracuse. I disagree.

Michael Carter-Williams Leap to Superstar Status Gives Syracuse a Great Shot at Another Deep RunRush The Court | Rush The Court

After posting his third consecutive double-double, Carter-Williams said he is hoping for a triple-double next, a far cry from last season’s hopes of just getting into games. He said the learning experiences from his tough first year have helped him now that he’s starring for SU. "It kept me patient and told me I still have work to do," he said, adding, "trying to make them better [in practice], made me better." Last offseason, Carter-Williams said he worked mostly on ball-handling to prepare for the new role as lead guard. Head coach Jim Boeheim is pleased with the improvement and the product on the floor. "Michael is getting his numbers every night, he’s getting the ball to people, finding people, that’s what he does." Assuming Carter-Williams keeps it up, Boeheim has a great shot at getting his team back to the Final Four.

Syracuse University Athletics - Carter-Williams Earns Weekly Honors

Sophomore Michael Carter-Williams earned a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after posting his fourth consecutive double-double in the Orange victory against Monmouth. Carter-Williams dished out a career-high 16 assists against the Hawks, which ranks third on SU's all-time list behind Sherman Douglass (22) and Pearl Washington (18).

Syracuse routs Monmouth 108-56. While the game itself wasn't much of a competition, find out why the real battle of the game was on the boards.

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