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Syracuse Daily Links - Marrone Awards Start Rolling In

Syracuse University Athletics - Marrone Named AFCA Regional Coach of the Year
Syracuse head football coach Doug Marrone is the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region I Coach of the Year, as announced by the AFCA today. The second-year Orange head coach guided the Orange to a 7-5 overall record and a bid to the inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl – SU's first postseason appearance since 2004.

A quick chat with SU's John Galloway - College Crosse
Got a chance to talk with Syracuse Universities John Galloway and asked him a few questions about last years tough 1st round loss to Army and about the upcoming 2011 season.

2010 Bowl Matchups: Is The Fiesta Bowl The Worst BCS Game Ever? - From Our Editors -
You may already know that the 2010 Fiesta Bowl features the Connecticut Huskies, unranked in the Week 15 USA Today poll and the final BCS rankings, and the first such team to be snubbed in the last BCS top 25 and still make it to a BCS bowl game. And you may have already surmised that the presence of possibly the worst BCS team ever may make this the worst BCS bowl ever.

NCAA Basketball Debrief: Do Louisville, Notre Dame And UConn Have Staying Power? -
It's not the first time the Cardinals, Fighting Irish and Huskies have been undefeated entering December, but it's probably the first time they weren't expected to have an unblemished record. A quick assessment on how their seasons may pan out, plus the top and bottom 10 ten from Feast Week, and a power shift in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge.

College Football Alphabetical, Week 14: Oregon Has BCS Championship Advantage (Unless It Doesn't) -
Sure, let's just enjoy both and call it a push, and agree that the Big East isn't the House of Lords in the BCS system, but is the gin-soaked octogenarian snoozing away in the corner who only wakes up for tea-time and votes on fox-hunting

A look back: Jimmer finds way to BYU with a big assist from a Syracuse coach
"It was one of those things where we didn't want to take too many," said Hopkins, one of Syracuse's all-time most popular players who has been on Jim Boeheim's staff for 15 years. "Jimmer's one of those guys who you look back...and well, we all make mistakes. But us not signing him wasn't by any stretch because he couldn't play."

The outlier: SU signee Cooney has always stood out no matter the situation - The Daily Orange - Sports
"Down here in Delaware, Trevor was better than everyone else," Brian Cooney said. "(In other settings) he earned people's respect as a player."

Syracuse regular season recap - Big East Blog - ESPN
Those offensive problems and the team's inexplicable 0-4 record at the Carrier Dome against FBS opponents put a small damper on the enthusiasm for this season. Still, there's no way Marrone's second year could be considered anything but a major leap forward for the program.

Big East Football Power Rankings Week 14 - The UConn Blog
Here's a fun dynamic though: the top three teams in this poll could very well have different coaches by the time we start next season. That's not the case for Syracuse, South Florida or Louisville, all of which have either a first- or second-year coach and bright futures. The conference may have been down this year, but there is some good young coaching talent here and by the time TCU shows up, the power structure in the league may look very different.

Syracuse University fullback Adam Harris needs your vote in 2010 Rudy Awards |
Syracuse University junior fullback Adam Harris is one of 55 candidates for college football's Rudy Awards. Started in 2007 by the original Rudy -- storied Notre Dame walk-on Daniel 'Rudy' Ruettiger -- the award seeks to single out players who inspire and motivate their teams by showing character, courage, contribution and commitment.

Pay of top SU athletic, executive officials on par with peer institutions - The Daily Orange - News
Men's basketball head coach Jim Boeheim had the highest base compensation at SU with $1,133,428. Ranking second was former head football coach Greg Robinson, who made $1,095,987. Athletic Director Daryl Gross had a base salary of $490,155, making him the fourth-highest paid SU employee, directly behind Cantor. Although both Boeheim and Robinson had salaries on par with peer Division I athletic programs at USC and BC, Gross was the top earner among athletic directors at the three schools.

Three Idiots on Sports: Michigan State Spartans - Dangerous From Beyond the Arc
After 8 games this season Michigan State is making more 3 pointers per game than they have in nearly 15 years. They are currently making more than 8 triples a contest.

Otto's Army : Orange Face Green Menace At The Garden
On an encouraging note, a loss at MSG Tuesday night wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world for Syracuse. Hate to break it to the unaware, but we have not played like anything close to a top-10 team this season, and a more realistic ranking might serve as a springboard into conference play.