"Once I saw her I knew she was a very good player and had the ability to step out and shoot the ball," Hillsman said. "With her being here now, she’s really given us another shooter and scorer. She’s going to be a very productive player for us in the next four years."
"They're going to call fouls, that's the way it is," Boeheim said. "Every game I watched today and last night, everybody is calling those fouls."
Through two games last year, SU and its opponent took a total of 101 free throws; this season, that number is 98.
Following yet another impressive win, the Florida State football team got back to business Monday afternoon.
Williams originally commit to SU all the way back in May 2012. The Brooklyn native was supposed to be featured on the football field this fall for the Orange. But academic requirements kept him at ASA longer than expected. What’s different now is that Williams has his degree from ASA. His official transcripts and forms have been sent to SU. But more importantly, Williams has squared his return with Syracuse defensive line coach Tim Daoust.
Coleman scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Orange's 89-74 win over the Rams. But the key to Coleman's performance was the rebounding total.
"It was a good opportunity,'' Joseph's agent, Chris Grier, said. "The French league is very good and the team he's on is a EuroCup team.
CBS had a bit of a curve ball in that they had Tyler Ennis going with the 30th overall pick in the first round (the CBS mock was first-round only).
So how did Stanford defy the odds on an October night six years ago? By controlling the controllables,a Shafer-ism oft repeated today that exudes cliche coach-speak and explains the foundation he believes can lead to the biggest victory in his young head coaching career.