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UConn's roundball royalty brings dynasty to Syracuse | syracuse.com
Prepare the big top and strike up the band as Syracuse University and the Carrier Dome will make way Wednesday night for Greatest Show on Earth: the Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team.

Syracuse lacrosse goal: Build on balance displayed in opening victory | syracuse.com
Cody Jamieson was the big star, producing four goals in the Syracuse lacrosse team's opening 15-9 victory over Denver. That noted, the senior attackman had plenty of help.

Mookie Jones has surgery; Syracuse clinches double-bye and Orange goes to 8-0 on road | syracuse.com
Jones remained in Syracuse where he underwent surgery to repair the fractured ring finger on his right hand. Jones broke the finger during the team’s practice on Sunday. Syracuse officials are not putting a timetable on Jones’ rehabilitation, but it is possible that he might be able to play again this season due to the nature of the injury.

ZagsBlog.com – Ross Following Waiters to Syracuse?; Tobias Harris, Kyrie Irving Updates
The 6-foot-8 Ross has already been compared to Kevin Durant by Burlington coach Wilson Arroyo. Here he lists these schools among his possible choices: Villanova, Georgetown, Syracuse, UConn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Florida and Texas. Asked if he might join Waiters at Syracuse, Ross said: "It’s a possibility."

What to watch in the Big East this spring - Big East Blog - ESPN
Ryan Nassib was surprisingly named the starter a week into spring practice a year ago -- only to be unseated when Greg Paulus landed in the Orange's lap a few weeks later. Nassib still saw plenty of snaps last season behind Paulus and is the presumed starter going into 2010. But he'll still have to play well this spring to hold off redshirt freshman Charley Loeb and perhaps a challenge from incoming freshman Jonny Miller this summer.

It’s time to book a hotel room for the Big East basketball championship, but where?
From March 9 through 13, Madison Square Garden will swell with fans, which means some 20,000 people are about to need hotel rooms. These hotels — all close to Madison Square Garden — are all solid choices. But each has its own special appeal.


The last :60 of this might be the best thing you see all day.  Year?