FB | 5 things to look for at Syracuse's Spring Game - Sports - The Daily Orange
At Syracuse’s lone open spring practice in Rochester on April 7, Doug Marrone said the team plans to utilize the quarterback position in its rushing attack this season. Ryan Nassib took all but three snaps under center for the Orange in 2011, but rarely displayed an ability to make plays with his feet. He finished the season with just 39 yards rushing on 65 attempts. Charley Loeb, John Kinder and Ashton Broyld all played at quarterback in Rochester, with the dual-threat freshman Broyld also taking reps at running back.
MBB | Forth grade: Former Syracuse center finds calling in teaching after basketball - Sports - The Daily Orange
Jeremy Forth was born with autism. Craig Forth always had a great relationship with his younger brother and growing up with an autistic sibling had a profound effect on his life. It’s a large part of why he wanted to be a teacher and why he specifically chose inclusive education as his major. Forth was the center on Syracuse’s 2003 national championship team, and after a brief professional career in Europe and the United States Basketball League, Forth turned his attention to the classroom, now teaching at Red Mill Elementary School in East Greenbush, N.Y.
Lots of Pulp: 32 Teams, 1 Chandler Jones: Day 1
Chandler Jones' name has appeared all over the draft charts, from the middle of the first round all the way to the end of the fourth round or lower. It seems @ChanJones99 could wind up anywhere, so Lots of Pulp will try to predict his future with all 32 NFL teams leading up to the draft.
The Bud and Brent Show: Playoff time for the Crunch; 'farming out' Syracuse football games | syracuse.com
Does the playoff schedule put the Syracuse Crunch at a disadvantage in the team's opening-round American Hockey League playoff series against St. John's? Should Syracuse football fans feel shafted because some football games -- Southern Cal in particular -- are being played in New Jersey's Met Life Stadium instead of the Carrier Dome? And what can fans expect to see Saturday when the Syracuse football team holds its spring game?
Syracuse basketball links: Darryl Watkins signed by New Orleans Hornets, grabs 13 rebounds in debut | syracuse.com
Watkins made his presence felt immediately, pulling down 13 rebounds, blocking two shots and scoring two points in 29 minutes for the Hornets in a 103-91 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Orange 22 04/18 by The Lacrosse Radio Network | Blog Talk Radio
Brian Harrison from College Crosse talks to Sean Keeley of NunesMagician.com about the Syracuse lacrosse program.
Syracuse's Dion Waiters signs with NBA player agent Rob Pelinka | syracuse.com
Pelinka, whose Landmark Sports Agency is based in Los Angeles, represents several of the NBA’s top players including Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Eric Gordon and James Harden. Pelinka also represents former SU star and current Minnesota Timberwolf Wes Johnson.
MLAX | After mixed results, Megill adjusting to role at faceoff X for Syracuse - Sports - The Daily Orange
The junior has made his mark at the X for the Orange since being inserted into his new role last Saturday at Rutgers. Megill provides Syracuse with another option to help overcome the faceoff woes that have haunted SU all season.
Another shot: Former Syracuse football player Adam Harris competes on track and field team | syracuse.com
Instead of banging into defenders Saturday in the Syracuse University football team’s annual Spring Game, Harris will be throwing the shot put and discus at a track meet 35 miles south at Cortland State.
Syracuse University lacrosse coach decides to turn Plan Z into Plan A at faceoff X for the stretch run | syracuse.com
"I felt it was time," Desko said Monday. "And as opposed to making it plan C or D it has to be plan A so we can evaluate it and see how he does. We just decided to go with it, and I’m glad we did."
Q&A with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra - baltimoresun.com
This Villanova-Notre Dame game is huge just based on the fact that the winner will get the No. 1 seed, and they’ll likely not play Syracuse. Syracuse is one of those dangerous teams that is not playing well when you look at their entire body of work for the season, but they could be dangerous. A lot hinges on how they face off and actually break defenses down, but I saw firsthand on Saturday when [junior] Brian Megill was facing off as a close defender, he gave that team a completely different look because Syracuse hasn’t just struggled on the faceoffs.
Hate Mail: No discrimination here; put-downs for everybody - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and RPI Rankings
Nope. No apology. The original two accusations stand, and regardless, Boeheim screwed up by insulting alleged sex-abuse victims. You saw his apology for that, right? He didn't take it back, because he was wrong. Which means my column was right. You idiot.
Syracuse University Athletics - Boeheim Part Of BTIG Charity Day
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim joined an "A List" of celebrities who participated in the 10th annual "Commissions for Charity Day" on April 18. Other celebrities who participated included former sportscaster and Syracuse alumnus Len Berman, New York Giants coach and Syracuse alumnus Tom Couglin, Michael J. Fox, Reggie Jackson, Eli Manning, John McEnroe, Kelly Ripa, and C.C. Sabathia.
Re-thinking national coach of the year - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
im Boeheim, Syracuse. Syracuse played through two stretches without defensive standout and potential first-round pick Fab Melo. But the second Melo-less stint was certainly the most impressive one. The Orange reached the Elite Eight without their most significant defender. With Melo available, the Orange might have stopped Jared Sullinger from dominating inside (19 points) during their loss to the Buckeyes. Still, Boeheim’s coaching prowess was critical throughout the year.
This is a timelapse video of #SUPigRoast. It starts out like more of a #SUBeerPongTourney but it gets you there. Promise.