Want to watch Carmelo Anthony play in the Dome again? Tickets for Knicks game on sale Monday | syracuse.com
The least expensive ticket to the game costs $19.50.; the most expensive listed price is $39.50, though courtside and "premium" seats will cost more. SU students can buy what the university is terming "discounted lower-level" seats for $25.
Syracuse Football Vs. Stony Brook: Concern About Orange Warranted But Too Critical - SB Nation New York
If you crunch the numbers Syracuse's victory over Stony Brook on Saturday was pretty dominant, especially when you look at the second half numbers.
Syracuse Needs To Make A Statement Saturday At Minnesota - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Orange have appeared to play up or down to their competition this season, so a decisive victory would absolutely go a long way in establishing confidence as well as swagger to this football team. The Orange have played better on the road than at home in recent years under Doug Marrone, so if that trend continues, look for Syracuse to control the game and come away with the victory.
LEVELING UP: Syracuse shuts down Stony Brook offense in 2nd half to snap 7-game losing streak | The Daily Orange
"The kids did a real nice job communicating with one another in the second half with some formation adjustments," Shafer said. "And we just created a little bit of a different game plan there to try to counter some of those tendencies."
Close call against Stony Brook proves Syracuse has a long way to go in 2012 | The Daily Orange
"A win’s a win," SU running back Jerome Smith said. But it certainly didn’t feel like it as Marrone and his players tried to explain why it took so long to finish off the Seawolves.
Stony Brook- 17, Syracuse- 28: One Down… | Bleeding Orange
Offensively, it was the Ryan Nassib and Marcus Sales show once again. Nassib went 22/35 for 335 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He also had 30 yards rushing on six carries. Sales didn’t record a catch in the first half, but ended up with five grabs for 117 yards and a TD for the game. It was Sale’s fourth consecutive game with 100+ yards and a TD, dating back to his break out performance in the 2010 Pinstripe Bowl.
"Hi, I'm Here for the Ass Beating" - College Crosse
Following the news of Notre Dame's move to the ACC, someone popped a FanPost asking about how the Irish's decision would impact the decisions of other ACC members -- Florida State, Boston College, Pittsburgh, Clemson, N.C. State, etc. -- around elevating their club programs to varsity status. That's a pretty sharp question; I hadn't thought of it. That deserves a College Crosse gold star, which is redeemable nowhere for absolutely nothing.
Big East says it's still best hoops league - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Let's settle on this: The Big East isn't going anywhere, basketball-wise; it still has an array of quality northeastern basketball schools and is adding the likes of Temple and Memphis, hardly hoops lightweights. It's in decent shape. But to argue the league is going to be stronger than it was in recent years -- or to argue that it is de facto going to remain the best league in the country without Syracuse and Pittsburgh, when it's not clear it was the best league in the country in the first place -- seems wildly optimistic.
Time Warner Cable Sports channel moving up a tier on cable service | syracuse.com
Local sports fans who want to keep watching their teams on Time Warner Cable Sports may have to upgrade their cable service. TWCS is currently on the company's Basic Service. As of Oct. 10, the channel is moving to Standard Service.
Lindy's ranks Syracuse at No. 14 in college basketball preview | syracuse.com
Syracuse is ranked 14th. Louisville and Syracuse are the only Big East teams in the Top 25. Pittsburgh (No. 28), Notre Dame (No. 30) and Georgetown (No. 33) were on the fringe.
Syracuse Basketball: 8 Must-Win Games on Orange's 2012-13 Schedule | Bleacher Report
The Orange can't sleep on anybody, but there are a handful of games that the 'Cuse need more than others.
Syracuse football quarterback earns Big East honors again | syracuse.com
Syracuse University quarterback Ryan Nassib has earned a third straight place on the Big East Conference honors. Nassib, a redshirt senior, made the league's honor roll again for his performance in Saturday's 28-17 victory over Stony Brook.
I recap Syracuse's 28-17 win over Stony Brook. SU gets a one in the win column but did the unimpressive win over an FCS team look good? And how does the rest of the season bode for this 1-2 team trying to get back to a bowl?