Syracuse Daily Links - Mike Tranghese Is A Grumpy Gus (Since All The Big East's Problems Are Kinda His Fault)

A Jersey Guy " Mike T sounds off about college football and basketball
"Syracuse is talking about owning New York City. That’s a joke. The only people who own New York City are people who win. I think there is going to be diminishing interest in the Northeast in college football. I can’t even comprehend what Texas and Texas A&M or Missouri and Kansas not playing. Just like in basketball Syracuse and Georgetown and Syracuse and St. John’s not playing. People say they will schedule each other. No, they won’t schedule each other because people who are making those decisions are coaches and coaches won’t schedule those games."

Syracuse players dismiss seventh place predictions | The Juice Online
"In 2010, we won all of our games on the road," tackle Justin Pugh said. "We embrace (the underdog status). We love that."

Syracuse: Schedule Breakdown - CBSSports.com
Syracuse ended 2011 on a sour note, dropping five consecutive games to close the season. The Orange will try to reverse that trend early in 2012, but there's a problem: an early season date with Southern Cal.

Syracuse Basketball: Why Brandon Triche Will Lead Orange in Scoring This Year | Bleacher Report
If Triche can shoot 35 percent or better beyond the arc, continue his mid-range success and have a PER in the 19-22 range, he's destined to score 14-15 points and deal four to five assists per game. He's got the mental makeup and the athletic wherewithal to do it.

Syracuse Basketball: Why Brandon Triche Will Lead Orange in Scoring This Year | Bleacher Report
If Triche can shoot 35 percent or better beyond the arc, continue his mid-range success and have a PER in the 19-22 range, he's destined to score 14-15 points and deal four to five assists per game. He's got the mental makeup and the athletic wherewithal to do it.

Syracuse football safety Shamarko Thomas says he always intended to return for his senior season | syracuse.com
"I was just looking around to see what’s up," Thomas said. "I just wanted to see my (NFL) grade. I was coming back."

Syracuse Football 12 in '12: No.8 Greg Adkins | syracuse.com
As the recruiting coordinator for the Syracuse University football team, Greg Adkins normally has more of an eye on the future of SU football than the here and now. Recent developments with Adkins' other responsibility on the coaching staff are going to put more emphasis on the here and now part.

Syracuse University Athletics - Mike Hopkins Checks In From The London Olympics
[Coach Boeheim & Coach K] are both different in a lot of ways, but are very similar in the most important things regarding basketball. They have brilliant basketball minds. It is as if they see the game five minutes ahead of everyone else. They have an amazing feel for the game with both their players and how the game is being played. They are both skilled at knowing what their players are thinking and how to get the most out of them.

Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame and Virtual Museum - 2012 Donald J. Paige Award
Syracuse National Champ Jarrett Eaton is an Award Finalist for the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame Annual Awards

Boeheim: Syracuse might practice outdoors before game on USS Midway | syracuse.com
"I think we’re going to … if it’s not snowing," Boeheim said in London. "I don’t know if that’s overthinking it or not. But if you’re going to play somewhere and they use different basketballs, we’ll use those basketballs in practice. So if we’re going to play outdoors, we should at least shoot outdoors and run some drills outdoors. "I don’t know if it will make a big difference, but it might."

Syracuse University football receiver Kyle Foster's emergence delayed by season-ending injury | syracuse.com
"In the spring he was taking big steps," Lemon said. "He was focused. He was doing everything right. He was looking like he was going to be a big part of the offense."

The Morning Orange: Let's not forget that Doug Marrone has the job he'd always sought | syracuse.com
"When that deal happened," Moore recalled, "and I saw in the newspaper that Doug got the Syracuse job, I was, like, ‘Wow.’ That’s all he ever wanted. He put the work in and it paid off. To see him work his way up from a no-name offensive line coach to heading up his own program at Syracuse? I’m pretty proud of him."

Coach Marrone is back on Twitter and Facebook. Hey, put those trophies back, Coach!

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