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The Beast Blog - Ric Beardsley’s Preseason Picks | IL Blog Central
See people, that is why Syracuse is Syracuse. Love them or hate them, they still have shown time and time again that they can win championships year in and year out. Why are most Syracuse players cocky? It is because it was instilled in us to have a chip on our shoulders by our head coach. You might ask, where am I going with this? I am telling you why Syracuse should be #1 in every poll forever, how about that?

Big East players of the decade - Big East Blog - ESPN
6. Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse: Freeney was a holy terror on quarterbacks. His 34 career sacks ranks as the third most in Big East history, and he recorded 17.5 of them his senior year. He has gone on to stardom with the Indianapolis Colts.

Former Syracuse University star John Wallace speaks tonight at Boys & Girls Club in Syracuse | Orange Basketball Blog -
Back in the early 1990s, John Wallace and Maurice Cox played AAU basketball together. Tonight, Cox and Wallace will deliver their message at the Boys & Girls Club on East Fayette Street. The session begins at 6 p.m.

Word From the Birds Blog - Rob Moore goes Orange
SU WR coach Rob Moore hopes to eventually coach in the NFL.

Philadelphia 76ers vs Minnesota Timberwolves Recap - January 18, 2010 - NBA - SB Nation
Jonny Flynn put in 16 of his career-high 29 points in the second half and overtime as Minnesota overcame a 17-point halftime deficit to take a 108-103 decision from Philadelphia at the Target Center.

OrangeHoops - Milestones Revisted January 2010
See where all of the current SU players are on the road to the record books.

YouTube - Bracketology With Joe Lunardi
Joe Lunardi on the strong showing for the Big East in Bracketology, big discussion about Syracuse.

Syracuse University has a rich history of traditions dating back to 1870. Traditions include our Alma Mater, Fight Song, Crouse Chimes, Goon Squad and more. This "upbeat" video highlights some of the traditions and events that make SU what it is today