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150 youths attend Williams' camp | Democrat and Chronicle
In its 10th year hosted by East High School graduate, former Syracuse star and former NFL player Roland Williams, his camp continues to teach kids about football and life.

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Hope has been restored. Doug Marrone has re-energized the program and its fan base. But expectations seem to be running out in front of reality.

2009 Syracuse Orange Fantasy Preview | Fantasy College Blitz
"I admit to being excited about the 2009 Syracuse football team with its abundance of feel good stories and "phoenix-rising-form-the-ashes" feel."

What I Would Do with $35 Million - The Axeman
Brent Axe gets his Brewster's Millions on figures out he's do for CNY sports if he won the lottery jackpot.

Syracuse University men's lacrosse team puts premium on athleticism - Orange Lacrosse Blog
John Desko has resisted overtures over the years to stage an annual recruiting signing day for his Syracuse University men's lacrosse team. He believes his logic for doing so is sound.

Recruiting Report: City's C.J. Fair back in action -'s Matt Bracken
2010 SU recruit C.J. Fair has a busy summer ahead.

Three Syracuse recruits in Class of 2010 invited to attend NBA Players Association camp - Orange Basketball Blog on
All three of the high school players in the Class of 2010 who have committed to Syracuse University have been invited to attend the prestigious NBA Players Association camp in Charlottesville, Va., next week.

Centennial CB wants to prove self |
Martin Jenkins, one of the fastest recruits in the Class of 2010, has an offer on the table from the Orange.

Syracuse Offers Flemming - Loudoun Extra Points - The Washington Post
Broad Run wide receiver Adrian Flemming is the latest Loudoun County football player to pick up a Division I offer, with Syracuse extending a scholarship to the Spartans receiver yesterday, according to Broad Run Coach Mike Burnett.

Team USA kicks the tires -
Shamarko Thomas, a cornerback from Ocean Lakes, Va., who is headed to Syracuse, said he wasn’t ready for the drills to end.

Stan Kowalewski: Savior or scoundrel? Coach or operator? :
A former Syracuse basketball ball boy grew up to coach the sport he loves, but not without a price.

Take it easy, Jim - The Dagger
Jim Calhoun is recovering from some broken ribs and exhaustion during a bike race this weekend.  Get better Jim, it's hard to hate you when you're in this state.

2008-2009 Syracuse basketball highlights?  Don't mind if I do...