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"I’ll watch film two hours a day, Monday through Friday," Loeb said. "Saturday and Sunday I won’t watch much, but I might review my notes each night. I think it’s good to visualize. For me, I can close my eyes and remember exactly how it happened." It earned him the nickname "cave man."
"I’ll watch film two hours a day, Monday through Friday," Loeb said. "Saturday and Sunday I won’t watch much, but I might review my notes each night. I think it’s good to visualize. For me, I can close my eyes and remember exactly how it happened." It earned him the nickname "cave man," astutely assigned by his roommates freshman year when Charley would log long hours in Manley Field House and return to the apartment late at night. Even on this day, when he meets with a reporter during the first week of March, Zack Chibane and Justin Pugh rag on him for watching film six months before the start of the season.
"My favorite style of quarterback is a guy who knows how to win. It's the truth, too. Back when Penn State won a national championship a long time ago they had a quarterback by the name of John Shaffer. I remember reading about that guy and hearing about that guy and they would say 'he really didn't do that well, he really didn't do this well.' It sounded like he didn't do anything right. Guy won a national title.
"I’d say the No. 1 thing we’re going to keep is that we’re in the business of developing young men outside of the football field. We’re fighting to do a good job to develop their character, their integrity and their commitment to being a student first and an athlete second.
Montana coach Wayne Tinkle estimated that seven or eight teams in the Big Sky Conference play zone against the Grizzlies. Montana, 25-6, ranks 18th nationally in Ken Pomeroy’s effective field-goal percentage at 54 percent. The Grizzlies are 23rd nationally in field-goal percentage at 47.4 percent, and 19th nationally in 3-point field goal percentage at 38.5 percent.
The last time the Syracuse University men's basketball team was a No.4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, they lost to No.13 seed Vermont in Worcester, Mass in 2005. With the Orange being a No.4 seed vs No.13 seed Montana this year, what are the chances history will repeat itself?
All of the key moments from the season are here in this timeline of Syracuse’s 2002-03 national championship season.
Syracuse finished their final season in the Big East with an 8–5 record, including 5–2 in Big East play to claim a four-way share of the Big East Conference championship. Syracuse joins the ACC this year and the Orange open spring practice today under new coach Scott Shafer. Sean Keeley of the Syracuse blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician breaks down the Orange for us in our Syracuse 2013 spring preview.
Syracuse vs. Miami: We're all surprised to see either of these teams anywhere near an Elite anything, but that's what happens when the bracketmakers give you a region full of non-football schools like LIU-Brooklyn and Colorado. The Canes outscored their former Big East rival Orange 196-30 in their last five meetings. But Cuse's offense is sneakily one of the country's best, and Miami fields a non-sneakily awful defense.
NFL 1st Round prospect OL Justin Pugh was on with David Baumann to talk about his expectations heading into the NFL Draft, the process he had to go through and his career at Syracuse and more.
Adrian Dantley, dad of former Syracuse QB Cam Dantley, spends his days working as a crossing guard.
#4 Syracuse vs. #13 Montana. Pick Syracuse if you work in an office and the pretty PR girl who sometimes gets a salad at the same time you do went to Syracuse. Pick Montana if you enjoy large, open spans of land unblemished by nothing other than buffalo and men named Ennis.
Though Syracuse squandered its 13-point first-half championship game lead and, thus the game, it earned the highest share of the conversation throughout the tournament, garnering 162,879 Twitter mentions (24.6%).
A look back at the 2011-12 Syracuse University basketball regular season -- perhaps the single-greatest and most memorable campaign in the history of the program.