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Syracuse Daily Links - Vote Doug Marrone For Coach Of The Year

College Football | Coach of the Year | Presented by Liberty Mutual
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THE CFB BUYERS' GUIDE: DEFENSES - Every Day Should Be Saturday
The hell? Syracuse, who'd averaged exactly 0.8 Big East wins per year -- that's Big East wins, mind you, not actual wins -- over the five previous seasons, getting a recommendation as a defense to buy in 2010? You read that right: Not only are the Orange sitting squarely in the top 15 nationally in total defense, they're in second place in the league and are a single win away from bowl eligibility.

Big East mailbag - Big East Blog - ESPN
As a Rutgers grad, it pains me to say this, but I would think if Syracuse runs the table (which it could given the remaining schedule of Louisville, RU, Connecticut, and an awful BC team) that a 10-win season doubling every expectation, Doug Marrone is a lock for every major coach of the year award. You have to tip your cap to that accomplishment, agreed?

Orange::44: Syracuse - Cincinnati Postgame Reactions OR Another Homecoming, Another Win
Syracuse had yet another conference road game in the month of October. This time it was visiting back to back Big East Conference Champions the Cincinnati Bearcats. After the last big road win Syracuse played a stinker of a game against Pitt at home. This next big road win would be different. Syracuse remained disciplined and Syracuse played a great game in front of another hostile Homecoming crowd. Syracuse defeated the Bearcats for another big road win 31 to seven.

Syracuse Orange Basketball: 2010-2011 Season Preview | Bleacher Report
This Syracuse team looks to have a lot of unproven potential and they could be in store for another entertaining ride if things break right. Let’s take a look at how the Orange are shaping up for the upcoming season.

Kris Joseph - 6-7 junior forward, Syracuse - Big East Top 10 Players - Photos -
An explosive all-around athlete, Joseph will need to be more consistent for the Orange to secure their second-straight top seed this March. Though he averaged 10.8 points per game, he shot a maddening 22 percent from three, something he'll need to improve with top-scorer Wesley Johnson now in the NBA.

Former NBA player John Wallace speaks with NBA Analyst Christopher Banks about his days at Syracuse, first NBA practice, and the state of the game.