Syracuse Daily Links - Jarret Eaton Finishes Sixth In 110M Hurdles

Jun 9, 2012; Des Moines, IA, USA; Andrew Riley of Illinois celebrates after winning the 110m hurdles in 13.53 in the 2012 NCAA Track & Field Championships at Drake Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Syracuse University Athletics - Eaton Finishes Sixth In 110-M Hurdles
Redshirt senior Jarret Eaton finished sixth overall in the 110-meter hurdles on Saturday afternoon at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. Eaton’s time of 13:83 seconds earned the Orange three points towards the team standings.

The Bud and Brent Show: Which Syracuse basketball player has most to gain at NBA Draft Combine? | syracuse.com
With the Syracuse basketball team finally set to play Arkansas in the Big East-SEC Challenge, is the game good or bad for SU basketball and Orange fans? Which Syracuse basketball player has the most to gain at the upcoming NBA Draft Combine in Chicago? Is boxing a dying sport? What did Bud have for breakfast when he ate a meal with Boxing Hall of Famer Thomas Hearns a few decades ago?

D-I talent level favors Downstate in Sunday's New York State High School Football Classic | syracuse.com
Campese’s Upstate team was missing several name players, including the state’s top recruit, defensive tackle Jarron Jones of Rochester’s Aquinas Institute. Jones, who will play for Notre Dame, backed out of the game, as did running back Akeel Lynch of Buffalo, who is headed to Penn State. SU-bound offensive lineman Ben Barrett of Christian Brothers Academy hurt his ankle and was also scratched from the roster.

FB | Future SU players complete high school careers with Upstate-Downstate Football Classic - Sports - The Daily Orange
"It’s amazing," McFarlane said. "The Carrier Dome, it’s crazy. "I’ve seen it packed before. I’ve been to a couple games, and just knowing it’s going to be my home, it’s just a blessing."

Orange Watch: The greatest modern era in Syracuse sports history | The Juice Online
Therefore, our 37-year perspective happens to be unique, and when we hear talk about the greatest this or the greatest that when it comes to Syracuse sports (football, basketball, lacrosse), there is undoubtedly no question over what was the greatest one year (plus) period in modern ‘Cuse athletics history; the 14 months between March 1987 and May 1988.

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Athletics Wins National Video Award
The Syracuse Athletics video "Breaking Barriers – Building Dreams: The Landmark Achievement of Ernie Davis" won earned national recognition. The special was named best feature by a college athletics department at the College Sports Media Awards ceremony, presented by the Sports Video Group and the National Association of Directors of College Athletics (NACDA).

Athlete from Long Island hopes to find home in Syracuse University backfield | syracuse.com
"I’m pretty balanced," he said when asked to describe his style. "I can cut. I have breakaway speed. I can run you over. I can juke. And I can block, too. "I’m an every down back," he says, completing a sales pitch that sounds a lot like something the current Orange backfield needs.

Lineman Omari Palmer wants to be part of the motor that drives the Syracuse University offense | syracuse.com
"I know for a fact that me and my offensive linemen are THE most important part of the offense." "If we’re going to score, we have to play, we have to block," he said. "They (other positions) might get all of the glory, but in the locker room, within the team and the coaching staff, everyone knows that we are what puts points on the board – what makes the offense click."

Syracuse's Jerami Grant among finalists for USA Basketball U18 National team | syracuse.com
The 14 finalists will continue to train through June 11 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. The official 12-man 2012 USA Men’s U18 National Team will be selected prior to the team’s June 12 departure for the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, which will be played June 16-20 in Sao Sebastiáo do Paraiso, Brazil.

Nation Of Orange - Remember When... Gerry McNamara Torched BYU?
This is the first installment of our new series, "Remember When" where we will look back at classic Syracuse basketball and football moments between now and the start of the football season. Every Friday we will have a new "Remember When" moment. So, on to the first one.

Behind every stat, soundbite and story on the Syracuse men's lacrosse team, the man responsible for gathering all the information for the media is Mike Morrision. David DeGuzman profiles the team's information director in charge of helping the media cover one of the most successful programs at Syracuse University.

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