Syracuse Daily Links - Who Plays Center For SU Next Year?

Who will play center for the Syracuse basketball team next season, plus other Orange intrigue |
"Dajuan’s pretty mobile," Boeheim said, "for as big as he is. But sometimes it’s good to have that guy on the weak side rebounding," he said. "Derrick Coleman was the best rebounder we ever had. The center position is not a good position to rebound from. Not in our zone. Man-to-man, yes. But not in our zone. The leading rebounders we’ve ever had have been forwards."

Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones could be an option for Detroit Lions |
"Interesting question because the defensive end class to me is one of the most violate," Mayock said. "Quinton Coples (North Carolina) is a gifted kid that could slide. Do I think he's going to get to 23? No. I think one of the rising talents in this draft is 4-3 defensive end from Syracuse named Chandler Jones. I think he's going to end up going somewhere in that range, starting at about 20 to 32. I think he's one of the best 4-3 defensive ends in this draft, which is what, obviously, Detroit plays.

Tomaselli says he wanted to divert attention from his conviction | Sun Journal
Also in his email, Tomaselli wrote that members of the former soccer team at Tripp Middle School (in Turner) where he had served as a coach surprised him with a party at Buffalo Wild Wings over the past week. His former players presented him with a jacket bearing his name and the word "coach." A manager at that restaurant told a Sun Journal reporter that neither he nor the other manager at the restaurant remember any such gathering or event.

Orange Watch: The first step of literally rebuilding the Syracuse football program | The Juice Online
For Marrone, said to be privately disappointed that the full field indoor project is on hold, any facility improvement is critical to his recruiting pitch to sought-after blue chippers.

ESPN: Madison Square Garden won't host 2013 NCAA Tournament East Regionals, Syracuse a possible replacement |
"The original plan was to hold the 75th anniversary of the event at Madison Square Garden in New York. But according to multiple sources, the NCAA found out Wednesday that it isn’t going to be possible due to the late request and the dates already being sent in to the NBA and NHL for the primary tenants.

With chemistry set, Syracuse University football ready for a live audience Saturday |
"It’s been outstanding," he said. "For whatever reason. The players have been more focused. I don’t know if it’s coming off the second half of the season last year, and the determination to get things righted, or if it’s just less distractions."

Syracuse University lacrosse attackman Tommy Palasek becomes the go-to guy down the stretch |
"To be honest, I had this confidence coming into this season," he said. "Since we lost last year (in the NCAA quarterfinals) I had that motivation. I want to be our guy, the guy we can lean on when we need points to win."

Jim Boeheim on Pat Summitt: "She's an unbelievable coach" |
"She’s one of the great coaches that ever coached. In any sport, men or women," Boeheim said. "It’s sad. She’s an unbelievable coach."

Chandler Jones highlights, son.

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