FB | Marrone, players preach taking camp day by day as Syracuse opens preseason - Sports - The Daily Orange
"Everybody is judged on what we do now and who’s going to give us the greatest chance of winning," Marrone said.
Nation Of Orange - Recapping Syracuse Football Media Day
Camp opened yesterday for Doug Marrone and the Syracuse Orange. It was the team’s annual media day, which gave us an opportunity to hear the Head Coach answer some of the most pressing questions regarding the roster. With just under a month until the season finally kicks off, there is still a lot left to be determined, but we did learn a few things yesterday.
Marrone excited for additions of Sales, Broyld | The Juice Online
"Mostly, we will have him lined up at running back," Marrone said. "We will have him lined up on some outside things and we will have him lined up at the wildcat position. We will have those things going on into camp and, like I said at Big East Media Day, we need to do a good job of managing what he can handle."
Syracuse University football team will have several questions to answer when practice commences | syracuse.com
No wonder Marrone said the season for him began a long time ago. Yet, for Orange fans it will really begin today when practice commences in preparation for the Sept. 1 noon opener vs. Northwestern in the Carrier Dome. Here are three big questions that must be answered before camp ends:
Syracuse Football 12 in '12: No.5 Ashton Broyld | syracuse.com
The most intriguing question on offense for Syracuse is how much freshman QB/RB/WR Ashton Broyld will hit the field.
Big East Football's Breakout Players for 2012 | AthlonSports.com
Marcus Sales, WR, Syracuse – Sales was suspended for all of 2011 due to an off-the-field incident, but his return is huge for an offense that will rely on the pass to win in 2012. In 2010, Sales finished the year by catching at least five passes in each of the final four games, including 172 yards in the bowl win over Kansas State. Alec Lemon is entrenched as Syracuse’s go-to target, but Sales should help quarterback Ryan Nassib stretch the field and could push for All-Big East honors by the end of the year.
Catching up (Twitter-style) with 53 of the nation's best teams - Andy Glockner - SI.com
Syracuse No Joseph, Jardine, Waiters or Melo = fresh start, but talent remains. C.J. Fair, Michael Carter-Williams and Co. plus DaJuan Coleman = ???
Otto Erotica: What if Carmelo Anthony came back to Syracuse? | The Juice Online
"Imagine a world where Carmelo decided to come back to Syracuse for his sophomore season…"
King of Kings summer basketball league begins playoffs this week | syracuse.com
The Utica summer league, with its Syracuse University flavor, starts playoff action tonight at Utica Notre Dame High School. Monday's opening game features 99 Problems vs. JD's Finest at 7:15. JD's Finest, which also goes by the name "Motivated," has among its roster members Brandon Triche and Dajuan Coleman.
Maryland basketball recruit chooses Orange women's team | syracuse.com
The Washington Post has reported that Tasia Butler, a guard/forward for North Point High School in Maryland, has given a verbal commitment to play for the Orange, picking SU over 26 other schools, including Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Miami (Fla.) and St. John's. She will be part of the Class of 2013.
Syracuse University football offensive guard Zack Chibane is always looking forward | syracuse.com
"There’s a lot of communication," Chibane said. "I can’t even really explain how it happens or why it happens or in what situations it happens, but when you play together for so long we just understand things the other guy is going to do. I think it’s a great thing Justin and I have, and whoever is going to start camp there it is something we need to develop. I’m looking forward to doing that because we have to have a lot more than five people ready to go."
Syracuse University football defensive line will welcome a load of JUCO reinforcements today | syracuse.com
"It’s a good Christmas Day for me right here, having all these gifts," Daoust said. "I have to figure out how to use them."
The Morning Orange: SU's Tim Green has written another book, but this fiction is all too real for him | syracuse.com
The book is about a kid named Harrison, a pretty talented running back for the local junior high school team who suffers an injury that leads to a devastating diagnosis. The story chronicles Harrison’s response to his altered life and his triumph over his illness.
Syracuse University football defensive tackle Jason Bromley takes ownership of front four | syracuse.com
"I just try to take everything one day at a time, one step at a time," he said, "and make sure the highs are never too high and the lows are never too low. Just keep a level head about everything because you never know what’s going to happen. I just keep working hard."
Syracuse University football team's top 10 games in the modern era? Here's one attempt | syracuse.com
When an editor asked me to come up with the top 10 games in SU’s modern history for a summer online project I was reluctant to comply, as my history in Syracuse only goes back to 1990 when I arrived here via my native Philadelphia suburbs with career stops along the way in Indiana, downstate New York and Vermont.
Syracuse basketball recruiting profile: Rondae Jefferson | syracuse.com
Jefferson has narrowed his list of schools to seven, but it may be a while before he makes his college decision. He has told the Philadelphia Inquirer that he’ll make his announcement on Jan. 3, which is his birthday.
Syracuse University football sophomore Eric Crume will start camp as the first-team nose tackle | syracuse.com
"I feel Eric Crume has had an outstanding summer," Bromley told me last week. "He’s worked very hard. I worked with him. I expect a lot from him this season. Everyone has been working really hard. I feel my defensive front has been really progressing."