I miss my family, friends, and female attention from home the most. My family and friends I value the most because they keep me grounded, level-headed, and sane. They're everything for me. That, and basketball brings me comfort in life, I've noticed.
Syracuse H-back Brisly Estime made nine catches for 62 yards and a touchdown in the win over Wake Forest.
The domed venue also serves as the football team’s home in a near 50,000-seat stadium. Last season, the Carrier Dome housed more than 35,000 fans for a rivalry game against Georgetown, the last of the old Big East era.
A non-quarterback will attempt a pass for Syracuse. It’s happened four times this season, all in the last six games, and the Orange’s fondness for the once-a-game trick play paid off impressively last week when receiver Jarrod West connected on a 25-yard score with Brisly Estime.
Syracuse basketball guard Trevor Cooney talks about his confidence in shooting the ball right now and how he feels Syracuse's extra practice time has helped them prepare for the season.
Syracuse basketball point guard Tyler Ennis recaps his performance against Ryerson and discusses his Canadian basketball roots.
The native of Toronto played against a Canadian school for the fifth time in six games on Tuesday.
Jerome found Jacob on the sideline before Saturday's game against Wake Forest and snapped a photo with his friend.
"All you can say is just, ‘Keep shooting,’" Cooney said. "He’s a good shooter. He makes shots in practice and he’ll make shots in a game when he gets his shot."
It's good to see the Syracuse-Maryland rivalry getting going again. My memory bank goes back to the 1970s and to players like Boomer Esiason and Randy White kicking our butts in Archbold Stadium. Esiason was a Long island kid who Frank Maloney recruited as a linebacker. Boomer politely said, "No thanks" ... and went on to become a star quarterback at Maryland and in the NFL.
If Syracuse does finish 6-6, which the Fizz predicts, its destination in late December will most likely be the Military Bowl (vs. C-USA) in Annapolis, or the Belk Bowl (vs. the AAC) in Charlotte. Regardless of where the Orange ends up, a bowl berth would prove that the Cuse can compete with some of the best in the ACC.