Syracuse Daily Links - Orange Man & Orange Woman To The Rescue

Orange Man and Orange Woman to the Rescue |
The pair of superheroes will make their debut on Sunday as the first 500 copies of the Orange Man and Orange Woman comic book will be available at Syracuse area Tops stores. An additional 3,000 copies will be available at the Carrier Dome on March 3 when Syracuse hosts Louisville.

First BCS offer for 2014 QB
Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic sophomore quarterback DeShone Kizer landed his first BCS offer from Syracuse on Monday. The Orange join Toledo in extending a scholarship to the 6-foot-5, 207-pound Kizer, who was named a 247Sports Sophomore All-American following the season.

For Syracuse, a Victory Over Connecticut Is Just Its Latest Escape -
"They’ve found a way all year long to make something good happen," head coach Jim Boeheim said. "We’re not dominating by any stretch of the imagination."

Rick Bozich | Kentucky basketball would like to see Louisville win | The Courier-Journal |
The second overall seed could find itself facing an Elite Eight test against North Carolina, Missouri or Duke. That is a more troublesome trio than the teams in this group — Ohio State, Baylor, Michigan, Georgetown and Marquette. Those appear to be the teams in the dust-up for the final two-seed position, the team that will be placed opposite the overall top seed when the NCAA bracket is presented March 11.

Poll: Who Should be Named Big East Coach of the Year? |
Under Jim Boeheim, Syracuse will win the Big East regular-season title after being chosen as the preseason favorite, along with UConn. Yet there was a time earlier this season — at the height of the Bernie Fine sex scandal — when it appeared Boeheim’s job might not be safe. Now that he’s weathered the storm and moved past the scandal, Boeheim is a candidate for Big East and National Coach of the Year honors.

Syracuse University lacrosse players Lamolinara, Cometti earn weekly Big East honors |
Sophomore goalie Dominic Lamolinara was named the conference's defensive player of the week, and junior midfielder Luke Cometti was named to the league’s weekly honor roll.

College lacrosse: Q&A with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra -
I think it’s an uphill battle. There’s so much yet to be determined with this Syracuse team. They lost seven senior All Americans from a year ago. So the face of the program, the leadership, and the actual play of this team is drastically different, and I don’t mean that with negative connotations. It’s just different.

FB | NCAA makes rule changes on kickoffs for 2012 season - Sports - The Daily Orange
Teams will kick off at the 35-yard line instead of the 30-yard line, and touchbacks on free kicks will be moved from the 20-yard line to the 25-yard line, the NCAA's Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved last week. The NCAA announced the changes in a release on its website Friday. The panel approved the decision Feb. 21.

Mistake publicizes attorney Gloria Allred's media contact list |
Allred mistakenly copied her contact list onto the e-mail announcement rather than make it a blind item, The Hollywood Reporter said on its website. The list of 380 media contacts included The Hollywood Reporter. It also included a Post-Standard reporter and The Daily Orange, Syracuse University's student newspaper.

Big East Basketball Power Rankings 2/27: There was nothing pretty about last week - The UConn Blog
Well that was an ugly week of basketball.

Syracuse Orange Basketball - Catching Up With 2012 Syracuse Commit Jerami Grant
Jerami Grant: Syracuse was one of the more aggressive schools. Usually, I wouldn’t think a school with the reputation Syracuse has would be that aggressive. But they were and it helped me make my decision.

This week Kenny recaps a huge win at UConn and preview Saturday's finale against Louisville. Also, some opinions on "freak dancing" at the prom.

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