Syracuse basketball may be invading outdoor courts on campus - Searching for Billy Edelin
That's right, Syracuse undergrads, your next horribly played pick-up game may be interrupted by the 2012-2013 Orange roster, as Boeheim has stated that he intends to practice with his team outside this fall to get them accustomed to the unique conditions they will face in their season opener. "I don't know if it will make a big difference, but it might," Boeheim told the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Donte Greene: New York Knicks Show Interest In Former Syracuse Product - Buckets Over Broadway - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Greene says that the Knicks, Pacers, and Bulls now make up his "top three" list of potential destinations and the former Sacramento King told TheCDNetworks.com internet radio show that those three clubs are the ones that he is working to get a deal done with.
Live action - Syracuse football team takes field to 'Call of the Wildman' | syracuse.com
As most of the Orange team (specialists and kick returners were already on the field) gathered at the gate just before running onto the Schwartzwalder and Katz turf practice fields behind Manley Field House, one of the players did his best "Turtleman" impression – yelling out "Ye ye ye ye ye … live action." Turtleman is Kentucky backwoodsman Ernie Brown Jr., who stars in a reality show that portrays him as a guy who can rid frightened homeowners of just about any kind of critter that invades basements or backyards.
H-W's Burr commits to Syracuse - Boston High School Blog - ESPN Boston
ESPN Boston correspondant Ryan Kilian reports today on his New England Prep Stars website that recent Hamilton-Wenham graduate Elliott Burr has committed to play lacrosse at Syracuse, joining the class of 2016.
Prince-Tyson Gulley — Meet the 2012 Syracuse football team | The Juice Online
Gulley’s strongest asset is his versatility. He’s quick, makes strong cuts and is also a receiving threat. But Gulley is almost as inexperienced as the rest of the Orange backfield. Heading into Junior year, he’s never played an entire college season.
Xaverian running back Laray Smith enjoys Syracuse visit - NYPOST.com
The Xaverian senior running back saw some familiar faces when he visited the Big East school over the weekend. Former Erasmus Hall running back Wayne Morgan and Tottenville star wide receiver Alvin Cornelius, both of whom Smith played with growing up, were his guides for the weekend.
Syracuse basketball recruiting profile: Chris McCullough | syracuse.com
Chris McCullough will be a junior this fall, but Syracuse has already spent a lot of time on the highly-rated power forward. And Syracuse seems to be on McCullough’s radar, too. When asked by a Kentucky-oriented recruiting website to name a player whose game resembled his, McCullough replied, "I like to compare my game to CJ Fair, because we seem to play the same way.’’
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