Gallery: The Orange Ready For Battle - syracuse.com
The Syracuse Orange men's basketball team leave their hotel in New York city to go to practice in preparation for Thursday's Big East Tournament game at Madison Square Garden
Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting and Podcasts.
The next few weeks of UConn basketball could be huge for SU's recruiting dominance in the Northeast from here on out.
Orange::44: 2010 Big East Tournament - Opening Round Recap
The first day of the Big East Tournament ended and just like that, the better seeds advanced. Wello, all the better seeds that is except Connecticut. But we'll get to that. The second round is set, so let's catch you up.
Syracuse point guards put up respectable numbers | syracuse.com
SU’s regular season ended in Louisville last weekend. The Orange finished 28-3 and now embark on the post-season already matching the amount of victories the Flynn-inspired Orange compiled all of last season. And statistically, the pair of SU point guards has nearly matched Flynn’s production of a season ago.
Confessions of a Sports-Addict: Breaking Down the Tourney Prospects
Syracuse is the Rachel McAdams of The NCAA Tournament this year.
Syracuse lacrosse team loses defensive midfielder Kevin Drew indefinitely to injury | syracuse.com
Sophomore Kevin Drew, a critical component on the Syracuse lacrosse team's faceoff unit and a stellar defensive midfielder, was injured early in Sunday's 11-10 loss at Virginia and will be out indefinitely, SU coach John Desko said this afternoon.
Handing out the Big East men's basketball media awards | - NJ.com
Wes (1st team), Andy (2nd team), Triche (Rookie) and Boehiem (COY) are your winners.
Keith Bulluck gives nine scholarships in honor of Steve McNair - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck surprised nine high school students Monday night by presenting them with $1,000 in scholarship money in the name of his late teammate Steve McNair.
Notre Dame Rethinking Its Football Independence - NYTimes.com
If the Big Ten added only one team, and that team was Notre Dame, the shift in college sports would be minimal. But if the Big Ten, which already has 11 teams, were to expand to 14 or 16 members, it could create a radical shift in college sports alignments.
I know this looks like a boring "Up With Syracuse" video, but, give it time. You'll know it when you see it.