Syracuse Daily Links - The Broyldening Nears

Broyld, Luallen embrace new roles - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
"He’s a big, strong, fast, physical athlete," Syracuse coach Doug Marrone said of Broyld after the spring game. "We’re very fortunate to have him. I think he is going to be a great asset to us offensively. We just have to keep bringing him along, because he’s someone who can make a lot of plays."

MLAX | Syracuse defense expects challenge against explosive Villanova attack in Big East semifinals - Sports - The Daily Orange
"I think we can do better this time and it gives us an opportunity to get to the Big East championships," Desko said, "and if we win the Big East championships, we’re in the NCAA (tournament)."

Eamon McAnaney on Syracuse-Villanova by WAER Sports on SoundCloud
Eamon McAnaney previews tonight's Syracuse-Villanova game.

WLAX | After historic regular season, Orange preps for matchup with Hoyas in Big East tournament - Sports - The Daily Orange
"We’re treating it the same way as we did last year because you never know what’s going to happen," SU attack Michelle Tumolo said. "… Each game counts and is as important as the last one."

Former Syracuse football player David Legree signs free agent contract with Kansas City Chiefs |
After leaving the Orange football team towards the end of the 2008 football season for a difference of opinion with coaches on Greg Robinson's staff, Legree eventually transferred from Syracuse in 2009 to Hampton University. His college career ended in October 2011 after he went down with a shoulder injury.

Syracuse University lacrosse team's options are clear at Villanova: Win or go home |
"Our playoff time starts Thursday," Syracuse attackman Tim Desko said. "It’s win or go home. We know what we need to do. We can’t lose from here on out."

The Bud and Brent Show: Chandler Jones starts his NFL career; should Donovan McNabb end his? |
Is New England the right NFL situation for former Syracuse Orange football player Chandler Jones? Should former SU QB Donovan McNabb finally hang up his cleats? Will McNabb eventually make it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame? Will Bryce Harper make another appearance in Syracuse?

Syracuse Orange Basketball - Getting to know Stevie Thompson Jr
Stephen Thompson Jr is a 6'1" guard prospect in the 2015 class from California. He is the son of former Syracuse great Stevie Thompson, who played for the Orange from 1987 through 1990. Thompson Jr was an unknown prospect until he caught the eyes of scouts at last weekend's Adidas VIP tournament.

TENNIS | Syracuse not selected for NCAA tournament - Sports - The Daily Orange
A pair of late-season upsets had derailed the team’s NCAA tournament hopes, so when the brackets were released Tuesday night, the Orange’s exclusion came as no surprise.

Orange 44 05/02 by The Lacrosse Radio Network | Blog Talk Radio
Brian Harrison goes one on one with Matt McClusky to discuss Syracuse lacrosse as they head into the Big East Tournament.

Syracuse University Athletics - Torrey Ball, Kevyn Scott Earn NFF Honors
Former Syracuse football student-athletes Torrey Ball and Kevyn Scott are two of 721 players who were named to the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Hampshire Honor Society on Wednesday. The honor society consists of college football players from all divisions of play who maintained a cumulative 3.2 grade point average throughout their college career.

The 'Cuse Countdown crew goes behind the words of SU coaches and players in "Behind The Bite." As Syracuse prepares for its Big East Tournament matchup with Villanova, find out what the 'Cuse had to say and what it really means.

Otto showed up at the 2012 Greek Unity Fest Step Show with the brothers of Phi Beta Sigma.

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