Broyld sees little action at Syracuse Orange practice | Democrat and Chronicle | democratandchronicle.com
"He’s battling his way to get up the depth chart," said coach Doug Marrone. "He’s been great. It’s very difficult for anyone to go through spring ball for the first time."
Nolan Weidner talks Syracuse University football with Brent Axe on The Score 1260 | syracuse.com
Post-Standard football writer Nolan Weidner went on the air Monday afternoon with The Score's Brent Axe to talk about his impressions of the Orange.
2012 Nike Hoop Summit: Top 5 Prospects From The Weekend In Portland - SBNation.com
Noel impressed by virtue of the fact that he boasts excellent coordination for a player with 6'11 height and a 7'4 wingspan. His presence intimidated opponents from attacking the paint and attempting shots in traffic during a Friday scrimmage and Saturday's exhibition. When he did get his chances to swat shots, he left no doubt, spiking the ball back towards the court on one play and rising high to eliminate a runner on another. His final line of five points, four rebounds and four blocks on Saturday did not reflect his overall impact.
Ravens continue to host prospects as draft nears - baltimoresun.com
Phillip Thomas, Syracuse, S: Thomas was suspended by Syracuse for a year for violation of athletic department policy, so that certainly is a red flag. However, it’s a relatively weak safety class and the Ravens could look to target a guy like Thomas in the later rounds.
Syracuse goalie Bobby Wardwell will get second start against Cornell | The Juice Online
Desko said that because of the short turnaround until the next game (Syracuse will play No. 5 Cornell on Tuesday), Wardwell would likely get another start because of the lack of time to evaluate things. Certainly, Wardwell’s performance had something to do with that decision, as well.
Syracuse University lacrosse attackman Tommy Palasek is the Big East offensive player of the week | syracuse.com
For the second consecutive game Palasek tied his career high with four goals and passed out an assist. His extra-man goal with 4 minutes, 11 seconds to play proved to be the game-winner.
He clearly put in a ton of work over the summer to get in shape and to mold himself into a better basketball player. By all accounts he was a great teammate and a good guy to have in the locker room. This team had excellent chemistry — they had to, in order to excel at their brand of "ten starters but no stars" basketball. And Fab was willing to play the role the coaches laid out for him, even if he was personally convinced he was capable of more (like shooting 18-footers). Hell, he was the Big East Defensive Player of the Year. You don’t get to that level by being lazy.
Syracuse Orange Basketball - Nine Years Ago, College Basketball Was Tinted Orange
Saturday April 7th was the nine year anniversary of Syracuse's only national title to date (assuming of course you aren't including those Helm's national titles from the early 1900's). Hakim Warrick's acrobatic block sealed the Orange's fate as national champs.
The Friday Morning Videobag turned into the Monday Afternoon Videobag. Wanna fight about it? This time I answer questions about Nerlens Noel (of course), SU in the ACC, Brandon Triche's chances to become the all-time winningest player in SU history, the best chef on Top Chef and what my favorite shade of orange is.