Progress rates are best left for elementary school kids.
With last night's win over Louisville, Syracuse has finished "hell week" 3-0 with wins over rivals Georgetown and UConn at the Dome, and the always frustrating Cardinals at the Yum! Center in the span of six days. Bravo guys.
In the Cincinnati win, the team's senior leadership stepped up and clenched victory from the jaws of defeat, and taught us a lot about this team's resiliency in the process.
As Syracuse continues to roll through the Big East like a big orange train of destruction, the media's go-to argument that Jim Boeheim's squad has no "go-to-guy" becomes more and more of a laughable notion. Why have one guy who can take over a game, when you can have ten (eleven?).
Over the last two weeks, I have been locked in a lab deep beneath Huntington Beard Crouse Hall with a team of Syracuse's brightest young engineers, sociologists, Board of Trustees members, as well as a few Newhouse people who felt like they needed to be there. After many days of rigorous work, we have finished it- an instrument that will perfect the art of judging the recent play of our favorite Syracuse basketball.