Orange women enter Top 25 rankings at No. 24 | syracuse.com
Fresh on the heels of its 75-66 victory over Ohio State, the Syracuse University women's basketball team has entered the Associated Press Top 25 rankings for the first time since Feb. 8, 2008.
Weekly Watch: Week 3 - ESPN
The preseason hype about Syracuse was focused on Kris Joseph and freshman Fab Melo. But if the Orange were to choose an MVP so far this season, it could be only Jackson. Jackson has anchored the team, mentored the youthful big men on the back line of the zone and become the rock of this team and, more importantly, their most productive frontcourt player.
NCAA Basketball Bracketology: Ohio State, Tennessee Move To Top Line - SBNation.com
Syracuse is a two-seed in this way too early Bracketology. UConn and G'town also two-seeds.
Midfielder of the Year Joel White not on preseason all conference list - College Crosse
Inside Lacrosse today put out their "Face-Off Yearbook 2011 Big East Conference Rankings" and although the coaches made the picks for the pre-season all conference teamthere is one major flaw in the coaches picks. Under the All-Conference team,they forgot a guy by the name of Joel White, a player some say is the best in the country, let alone the Big East.
Orange::44: Colgate - Syracuse Postgame Reactions OR Wow Colgate Sucks
Syracuse played its yearly game with Colgate, a mere 30 miles away down I-90. The last time Colgate actually beat Syracuse Jim Boeheim was in high school. Colgate was not going to win this game, especially this season as they were 0-7 entering this contest. But I don't think anyone saw the beatdown coming that actually occurred.
Joseph takes on new role | The Juice Online
Boeheim compares Joseph to Moten, the Big East’s and SU’s all-time leading scorer, as the best player he’s coached in getting to the basket, but it’s the ability to hit the outside shot that will determine how high Joseph’s ceiling will be.
Otto's Army : The Marrone Justice System
With the Cater incident, Marrone now has gotten a taste of just how wide the scope of crimes can potentially go, or as I call it, the Cater-Carter-Carter Conundrum.
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