"The hay is never in the barn." It’s become a catchphrase and mantra for SU’s workmanlike running back and a rallying point for Syracuse (2-2) in its first season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The humble and often soft-spoken running back is the Orange’s unlikely superstar and one of the few recognizable offensive faces in an unfamiliar conference. In an age of speed and flashiness, he is a throwback.
No football coach is satisfied with a moral victory. Even if Clemson manages to escape the Dome with a close win, Syracuse has a great chance to still win while losing.
If you're looking for hope that Syracuse can beat No. 3 Clemson this weekend, just look at history and the Orange's win over top-ranked Nebraska in 1984.
With the third-ranked Clemson Tigers coming to town this weekend, the Orange loyalists are expected to come out in large (and loud) numbers.
"The Blitz" is back after the bye week and ready to break down the big Syracuse-Clemson game at the Carrier Dome.
Scott Shafer said Clemson's defense deserves a lot of credit, though most of the media attention focuses on Heisman Trophy candidate Tajh Boyd and his offense.
If Reddish is unable to play, it's likely Julian Whigham will be the next man up to fill in.
The latest round up of stories from writers and bloggers who cover Clemson.
It sounds like Shafer is ready to stop talking about Clemson and is anxious for the chance to shock the college football world.
Andy Rautins, who played at Syracuse University from 2005 to 2010, has signed with the Frankfurt Skyliners of the German Basketball League.
Grant's ability to consistently knock down shots will be important for SU this year.
Joseph will attempt to make the roster for a Magic team that needs a lot of help.
Ahead of Syracuse's ACC opener against us, we had a chance to throw a couple questions over to the fine folks at Troy Nunes is An Absolute Magician for their thoughts on Saturday's game. They were kind enough to take some time out of their busy schedule comparing UCONN to high school girlfriends while in college, and a big thanks to them. Our answers to their questions will be up soon.