Smooth transition: Wales ready to fill void left by Provo at tight end | The Daily Orange
"The chemistry with me and Ryan, I think, is great," Wales said. "When I run a route, I pretty much know when I’m going to get the ball. And that’s a great thing to know, because when I turn around to expect the ball, and it’s there, it’s a great feeling."
Big East: Players whose NFL Draft stock is rising, falling - CBSSports.com
Despite Nassib's effort against the Wildcats, the Orange quarterback still placed 13th among quarterbacks in CBSSports.com draft expert Rob Rang's rankings for the 2013 NFL Draft. Nassib demonstrated his powerful arm strength on Saturday by hitting wide receiver Jeremiah Kobena in stride on a 50-yard fly pattern down the left sidelines for a touchdown. Nassib's performance is even more impressive considering several Orange receivers missed the game, including All-Big East performer Alec Lemon.
Syracuse Football: Orange Headed In Right Direction Desipte Season-Opening Loss - SB Nation New York
"What I told the players when I met with them is obviously we're unhappy, we're disappointed but the one thing we cannot be is discouraged," said Marrone.
Pedro Moura on SNY.tv’s Syracuse Podcast | The Juice Online
ESPNLA.com’s beat reporter for USC, Pedro Moura, talks about Syracuse’s upcoming game against the Trojans with hosts Micah Tannenbaum and Wesley Cheng on The Juice on the Cuse podcast hosted by SNY.
Syracuse University football team's defensive tackle rotation was reduced during Saturday's opener | syracuse.com
Raymon was held out because of some kind of issue regarding his waiver to the NCAA for immediate eligibility. A source at SU said so far it is just a one-game deal and the situation is still not resolved. Walls, a junior-college transfer, did not play even though defensive line coach Tim Daoust offered an encouraging scouting report beforehand.
Syracuse football players make impact in return to playing field | syracuse.com
Gulley, who played four games behind senior Antwon Bailey at tailback before a broken collarbone ended his 2011 season, shared running back duties with Jerome Smith and was the leading rusher for the Orange with 50 yards and a TD on seven carries. He also caught seven passes for 46 yards. The junior from Akron, Ohio, said he felt good being back in the lineup, but his return was tainted. "I feel real good about today, but I wish we would have gotten the victory," Gulley said Saturday.
The Morning Orange: That Syracuse-Northwestern game amounted to one very l-o-n-g afternoon | syracuse.com
You want ridiculous? There. You’ve got it. It took the Orange and the Wildcats exactly four hours to play one college football game . . . and it didn’t even seep into overtime. Came close, sure. But didn’t.
Syracuse University initial football game summary reflected software glitch that affected tackle totals | syracuse.com
The game summary for Syracuse University football team’s 42-41 loss to Northwestern on Saturday contained a glitch in the software that resulted in defensive players receiving only 0.5 tackle for every assisted tackle. Thus, Orange safety Durell Eskride, who led SU with nine tackles (five unassisted, four assisted), was initially given credit for seven tackles, with the four assisted tackles counting for only two. SU uncovered the glitch and corrected the stats.
Former Syracuse basketball player Darryl Watkins signs with pro team in Bulgaria | syracuse.com
Watkins, who finished the 2011-12 season with the New Orleans Hornets, will return to Europe where he played most of last season with Etha Engomis of Cyprus.
Video shows why SU basketball program is recruiting Chris McCullough | syracuse.com
SU has secured a commitment from Tyler Ennis, the senior point guard from Brampton, Ontario who plays at St. Benedict's Prep. Reports surfaced last week that Ennis was attempting to persuade McCullough to join him in Orange.
BCS Eliminator, Week 1: Pitt, Houston Never Left The Starting Block - SBNation.com
Every week, we'll keep track of which teams remain alive for the BCS National Championship Game and which teams all-but-officially have lessened goals to play for. Oh yes, the latter list will expand... (Syracuse is "barely alive")
N’Western 42, Syracuse 41- Better Late Than Never | Bleeding Orange
This could be one of those seasons where Syracuse drops nine games by a total of less than 20 points. That’s pretty much what the opener came down to. A couple of key calls, a couple bad bounces, a couple of brain farts by the Orange. It was close enough to be easily fixable. But it’s also something that could easily happen again and again and again.
Syracuse University Athletics - Rowan Returns to Orange Sideline
Syracuse head coach Gary Gait has announced that Katie Rowan, the most decorated player in the program's history, will join his staff as an assistant coach this season. Rowan is the Orange's career leader in points and assists.
Syracuse University Athletics - Field Hockey Vaults to No. 2 in Poll
Following its dramatic 1-0 overtime victory against then-No. 2 North Carolina on Saturday, Syracuse field hockey (3-0) has climbed to a No. 2 ranking in this week's Penn Monto/NFHCA Division I National Coaches Poll. It is the Orange's highest ranking since being No. 1 on Oct. 14, 2008.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week Two - The UConn Blog
Syracuse was all over the map. They committed a ton of penalties and looked out of sorts, but they also erased a three-score deficit against Northwestern before promptly blowing the game. Most of our voters decided to not give the Orange the benefit of the doubt and slotted them seventh.
Stefanos Stamoulacatos bends a free kick over the wall and off the post, but Jordan Vale slides the ball over the goal line. Syracuse defeated Colgate 6-0 on Sept. 3.