Spruill will play for the National team in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. The game kicks off at 6 p.m. on Saturday in the StubHub Center at California State University, Dominguez Hills and will be televised on ESPN2 and WatchESPN. Bromley will compete in the East-West Shrine Game at 4 p.m. on Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network.
Ever since the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season basketball schedules were released, January 11th was a day for which Syracuse hoops fans had longed. It would be the day the Orange officially arrived in the ACC. All the non-conference foes would have already had their shots at knocking off the Orange and Syracuse would have gotten through its intra-conference warmups.
Mike McAlister of CuseNation.com thinks that RB Mikale Wilbon is a possible target. The 3-star, 5’9", 195-lb Chicago native has got serious speed. He originally commit to the Commodores back in April. But he de-committed shortly after Franklin took the PSU head coaching job, according to 247 Sports. Wilbon’s first move after the coaching change seems to be a visit to Nebraska this weekend. After that, he has a couple weekends left before National Signing Day on February 5.
Fine, along with former Rick Pitino assistant Ralph Williard, were brought in by Miami head coach Jim Larranaga to help his Hurricanes learn principles of the zone defense.
Rated as the No. 15 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2014 using 247sports.com's composite ranking. The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder decommitted from Miami (Fla.) in the fall and was primarily recruited by George McDonald with the help of quarterbacks coach Tim Lester.
Today's topics include that new all-purpose sports-and-entertainment arena that may or may not be built in our town sometime in our near or distant future, plus Saturday's visit to our currently-in-existence all-purpose sports-and-entertainment arena (i.e., the Carrier Dome) by the 22nd-ranked Pittsburgh Panthers, now Syracuse University's ACC brethren, on Saturday afternoon.
"He's playing well," Mahoney said. "Everything comes so easy for him. He does things I haven't seen in a while. I'm just trying to get him to understand that next year, it isn't going to be as easy."
Assistant coaches Mike Hopkins and Adrian Autry wore microphones during the practice inside the Carrier Dome. Hear what they had to say to the Orange basketball players.
Win Shares is an all-encompassing statistic that estimates the number of wins contributed by a player from his offense and defense, based on his points produced and points allowed when on the court. According to this measure, Ennis has contributed more wins to his team than any freshman in Division I this season (3.2).