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I-Team: Analysis of Ishaq Williams’ Official Visit to Syracuse : Orange Fizz – Syracuse Recruiting, Sports Rumors, Podcasts, Student Life
He was in attendance at the Colgate-’Cuse game on Saturday, taking in the absolute beatdown of the Raiders in the Dome. He spent a considerable amount of time with Chandler Jones. Makes sense. One 6-4 natural athlete on defense hangs out with a fellow 6-4 natural athlete on defense.

SPORTS DESK/Bob Liepa: Cater’s arrest is a sad tale | Riverhead News Review
If, as the legal process follows its course, these charges are proven true and Cater is found guilty on all counts, he will have effectively thrown away a free college education, a promising football career that he hoped would lead to the National Football League, and his good name. What a shame. What a terrible shame.

You hear that, Boston College? - Big East Blog - ESPN
Connecticut coach Randy Edsall gave an update on his team Monday and made sure to point out one fact: The Huskies are the first team from New England to make it to a BCS game. Hmm, wonder whom that was aimed at? Probably not the Maine Black Bears.

Big East Bracketology: Syracuse Snags No. 1 Seed In Early-Season Predictions - SB Nation New York
According to Bracketology101 on Monday, the Orange have currently done enough to earn a No. 1 seed and the Big East is getting eight teams into the tournament. College Football - Freshman All-America team
Ross Krautman beat out returning starter Ryan Lichtenstein to become the Orange's kicker. The move paid off, as Krautman was 17-of-18 on field-goal attempts. He ended the regular season by making his final 15 attempts.

Syracuse University Athletics - Jackson Named To BIG EAST Honor Roll
In the win against Michigan State in the Jimmy V Classic on December 7, Jackson had 17 points and 16 rebounds. On December 11 versus Colgate, Jackson had 18 points and 10 rebounds in 25 minutes of play.

Jews in Bowl Games | The Great Rabbino | Jewish Journal
Ryan Lichtenstein & Max Suter represent not just Syracuse but the chosen people as well.

Tracking the Undefeateds, Vol. II - The Dagger - NCAAB  - Yahoo! Sports
Syracuse (10-0) We've got a Syracuse team that lacks one of its signatures: a deep-shot threat. Nobody on this team has the range or consistency of Andy Rautins, Gerry McNamara, etc. But can Rick Jackson's incredible play offset that? Likely not, but it goes a long way. And Scoop Jardine can still come into his own.

Big East Basketball Power Rankings Week Five - The UConn Blog
I think I'm going to be sick. I founded a blog called "TheUConnBlog" for a reason, and that reason was not to write good things about Syracuse. But yet, I must, because the Orange have been the most convincing team in the conference so far. As a result, they're No. 1 this week, leapfrogging my beloved Huskies.

Solid work, parents. Get'm hooked young...