Syracuse University football coaches will wear patch commemorating victims of 9/11 attacks | syracuse.com
Syracuse University football coaches, as they have for many years, will wear a patch on their sleeves during Saturday’s 4 p.m. game with Stony Brook in the Carrier Dome commemorating those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. The words "Gone But Not Forgotten" appear on the patch.
Realign Like a Champion: Top 4 Reasons ND to ACC is Great for Syracuse : Orange Fizz
Look at a potential ACC North division: Syracuse, Pitt, Notre Dame, Boston College, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Virginia. Those are familiar faces, much more so than the new Big East. In fact, it’s a much closer correlation to what type of school SU is.
Temper expectations on Syracuse commit Tyler Ennis—for now | The Juice Online
On Aug. 16, Tyler Ennis committed to join the Syracuse Orange and headline its 2013 recruiting class. The 6’2″ Canadian point guard (ranked No. 7 at his position by ESPN) set off a mini social media firestorm, with many fans and journalists proclaiming a coup for coach Jim Boeheim, and illuminating fantasies of grandeur and point guard brilliance from the moment Ennis will step onto campus. Let’s all take a deep breath, put down the Kool-Aid, and look at this objectively. What kind of freshman player will Ennis be in 2013?
Syracuse University rises in best college rankings | The Daily Orange
After climbing four spots, Syracuse University is now tied for No. 58 on the 2013 U.S. News and World Report’s best colleges list. The jump from No. 62 last year ties SU with Fordham University, Southern Methodist University, the University of Pittsburgh and University of Maryland College Park.
The Morning Orange: In that remarkable Syracuse football season of '87, Rutgers was 'grounded' by SU | syracuse.com
In tribute to the wonders of ’87, The Post-Standard will provide a near-weekly look at each of SU's 12 games from that year . . . and we’ll do so, in an individual player’s voice, on the 25th anniversary of those contests.
Syracuse University football tailback's 'revelation moment' puts his career back on fast track | syracuse.com
"It’s kind of hard sitting there telling a young man a bunch of negative stuff," Wheatley said. "But it’s going to help him. And he sat there and took it and said, ‘I’m going to correct this, coach.’ You have to credit him, because some guys can tank it and just say I’ll finish at my years here and at least get a great education and I’ll move on. But not Tyson. He fought."
Notre Dame is leaving the Big East and will join the ACC, but their football team will remain independent despite committing to five ACC games a year. With several big-time basketball programs already jumping ship - including Syracuse and Pitt - the competition across the ACC continues to heat up.