Despite program-record start, Boeheim keeps Orange humble - Sports
"It feels good, especially with the fact that coming into this season we weren't supposed to be good as we are, according to a couple reporters," sophomore forward Kris Joseph said. "I don't blame them because we did lose three of our best players, but it just feels so good to know that our hard work in the offseason is paying off right now."
Jim Boeheim On Providence Win, a Wes Johnson Update, the Super Bowl, and more |
Boeheim joined Axe on ESPN Radio 1260 on Wednesday to talk some SU hoops and even offer up a Super Bowl pick.
American Chronicle | Syr-Ious Threat - Boeheim's Orange Surprise Title Contenders
The Orange, having lost Paul Harris, Eric Devendorf and Jonny Flynn, were picked sixth in the Big East preseason poll. Then Syracuse crushed North Carolina 87-71 in the Garden to go to 4-0 and the college basketball world began gushing Orange. "I didn't have a clue we'd be this good," said Boeheim.
If we wanted to stop the bad behavior in the stands, we could. But we're not interested. |
Apparently, the louts in the basketball stands at West Virginia have crossed so far over the crassness line that they’ve been asked by school officials, via e-mail, to clean up their profane act.
Can you impersonate Doug Gottlieb? Send us your video! | syracuse.com
Can you do a Doug Gottlieb impersonation? We'd love to see it. Make a short video and send it to us -- it's quick and easy. We'll post them on syracuse.com.
Syracuse seniors Andy Rautins and Arinze Onuaku receive invitations to Portsmouth | Orange Basketball Blog - syracuse.com
Syracuse University seniors Andy Rautins and Arinze Onuaku will have the opportunity to play at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament; an NBA pre-draft camp for college seniors held annually in Portsmouth, Va.
Evan Turner's back, gains ground on John Wall in player of year voting - AnnArbor.com
Wes Johnson third in poll voting for POY.
Syracuse-Nova to be a big deal - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Why am I writing about a game that won't tip off until 9 p.m. on Feb. 27? Because if you want a ticket to see Syracuse play Villanova at the Carrier Dome, you better start trying now. About 34,000 people are already ahead of you.
Good work, Beth.