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Jim, Juli Boeheim named outstanding philanthropists of the year |
The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation helps local children in need and supports cancer research. The foundation hosts programs including Coaches vs. Cancer, a national effort that locally has raised roughly $3 million for research.

Mike's Mailbag: Have the 2011 recruits signed letters of intent? |
Syracuse University had verbal commitments from three recruits — Rakeem Christmas, a 6-9 forward from Philadelphia; Michael Carter-Williams, a 6-5 guard from Barrington, R.I.; and Trevor Cooney, a 6-4 guard from Sanford, Del. All three recruits have signed their national letters of intent and sent them into the school.

Here's a tip: You ought to belly up to the bar and grab a copy of "Central New York Sports Magazine" |
The issue -- featuring Syracuse University freshman Fab Melo on the cover -- has 116 pages filled with stories and photographs and statistics and columns and graphs and charts and rosters and other stuff, all of which is relevant to Central New York and to the interests of those in the area.

Harris named Syracuse scholar-athlete of the week - Sports - Daily Review
Junior Adam Harris, a Towanda graduate, of the Orange football team and field hockey student-athlete Lindsey Conrad, are the Syracuse University Scholar-Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 15, 2010.

BCS bid could bring unwanted attention - Big East Blog - ESPN
The Big East champion's automatic bid to the BCS will be under more scrutiny than ever this year. Can you imagine the outcry if say, an 8-4 Pittsburgh goes to the Fiesta Bowl while 12-0 Boise State is relegated to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl? Or how about an 8-4 Syracuse with two FCS wins playing in Glendale while 11-1 Stanford heads to the Alamo Bowl? If you thought the Big East had critics before, just wait until this holiday season.

PressBox: 'Q-Ball' Plays Well On WBAL Radio
Ismail has been featured with Gerry Sandusky and Stan White in the WBAL radio booth on Ravens game days. He replaced Rob Burnett, a former Ravens defensive end who had been on the WBAL broadcast team since 2006.

We consulted five of the best high school players in the country — point guard Myck Kabongo, combo guard Austin Rivers, small forward Michael Gilchrist, power forward Dajuan Coleman and center Rakeem Christmas — and quizzed them on what they do best.