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Legendary Syracuse head coach Dick MacPherson has been inducted into yet another Hall of Fame. MacPherson was honored by his alma mater, Old Town High School, as a member of its inaugural Hall of Fame class.
Syracuse University Athletics - MacPherson Honored in Inaugural Hall of Fame Class
Legendary Syracuse head coach Dick MacPherson has been inducted into yet another Hall of Fame. MacPherson was honored by his alma mater, Old Town High School, as a member of its inaugural Hall of Fame class. The Hall of Fame is dedicated to establishing and celebrating the schools rich sports history. MacPherson has also been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, the Maine Sports Hall of Fame and the Springfield Hall of Fame.
Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Defeats UMass, 2-0
Sophomores Jordan Murrell and Skylar Thomas each scored a goal and the Orange (8-2-0) was dominant defensively as it wrapped up non-conference play with a 2-0 victory versus Massachusetts (3-4-2) on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Rudd Field. SU's win total this season now matches its most victories in a season since 2008, when the Orange finished 8-6-3.
HoopsHype - NBA Training Camp
Full list of unsigned players invited to NBA camps. Jonny Flynn, Kris Joseph and Andy Rautins on the list. No Rick Jackson yet.
Setting the tone: Yelin brings intense style to Syracuse volleyball | The Daily Orange
"When you have the nice guy with the easy class you don’t get knowledge," Yelin said. "You’re going to hate the guy that’s tough sometimes, but later you’ll appreciate him as a person."
Fresh Fizz Radio: SU’s New Expectations, Is Broyld Being Used Correctly? : Orange Fizz
It’s Kanell and Fitz leading the way with another episode of Fizz Radio. This week we ask, Is Ashton Broyld being used to his full potential? With a breakout performance against Stony Brook where the playmaker extraordinaire scored his first touchdown, The Fizz wonders if Doug Marrone has been holding him back too long.
Despite slow start, Syracuse showing signs of progress | The Juice Online
With the bye week for the Syracuse Orange football team, the break allows us to do some assessing after a third of the schedule is in the books. One win. Three losses. No real brow-raising sentences right there. They are who we thought they were.
Syracuse football receiver Marcus Sales got extra attention Saturday, and his teammates benefited | syracuse.com
"It was real frustrating," Sales said, "but Alec Lemon had a good game, Jarrod (West) had a good game. I knew it was going to come sooner or later. It’s just a chance for other guys to step up, and that’s what we need."
Syracuse University's Sam Rodgers makes long hikes look like a snap | syracuse.com
"You have to be humble to be a long snapper," Rodgers said. "Going into it, it’s not like I expect (praise). You just get enough satisfaction doing your job well and not getting mentioned."
Tyler Ennis Recruiting for Syracuse; Briscoe Picks Up ‘Nova Offer, Will Visit Arizona | ZagsBlog.com
Ennis hasn’t stopped recruiting other players to join him at Syracuse, most notably 2013 forward Jermaine Lawrence, 2013 center Beejay Anya, 2014 guard Isaiah Whitehead and 2014 forward Chris McCullough. "Yeah, yeah, of course," Ennis said. "Chris McCullough was at the [Syracuse] Elite Camp with me so we were both playing down there. Isaiah Whitehead was playing there. Beejay Anya, Syracuse is in the mix with him, too. I see Jermaine Lawrence every week at the Fall Ball. So those are the guys that I know pretty much and I’ll work on them."
Final tip-off times set for Syracuse men's basketball | syracuse.com
The updated schedule includes the times for six games that had yet to be finalized.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week Five - The UConn Blog
That would make things better -- though not a lot better, thanks to Louisville only beating FIU by seven and Syracuse losing to Minnesota, who might as well be a MAC team. Really the only smart member of the conference is Cincinnati, who has managed to rise to number three in the rankings by refusing to play anyone in the month of September. Only scheduling two games might be a prudent strategy now, but it could get tricky by the end of the ten-games-in-ten-weeks stretch they're about to embark on.
This week Kenny openly questions if Doug Marrone is the right coach for Syracuse football.
Web Dog puts Doug Marrone and Syracuse in his cross-hairs after their embarrassing loss at Minnesota this weekend.