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Daily Orange - Orr: Despite season-ending loss, SU has reason to be proud
"Losing never feels good at this point in the season," senior guard Andy Rautins said. "For a team that had such high aspirations, I don’t think we’re going to be able to see the good side for a while."

No, nothing - Cuse Country
I said immediately after the game that we’d write more in this space "tomorrow". That was four tomorrows ago, and still nothing. There is nothing I feel like I want to say. I’m not angry, and I’m not looking to place any blame. I’m just severely disappointed at the missed opportunity.

Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting and Podcasts.
"Butler was basically waiting around for Syracuse to throw the ball away. I was waiting for Syracuse to pull itself together. When big plays were needed to be made, they basically were all made by Butler."

Syracuse University Athletics - Legends To Discuss Roots Of The Game
Central New Yorkers can learn the background of lacrosse and its spiritual role among the Onondaga and other Haudenosaunee people. Featuring Onondaga faithkeeper and Syracuse All-American Oren Lyons and former Orange player and coach Roy Simmons, Jr. the program is part of the Onondaga Land Rights & Our Common Future series.

Syracuse Basketball: Year in Review Articles on Cuse My Campus
This team was, above all, a joy to watch. They brought excitement to the Carrier Dome that I hadn’t seen in my 4 years here, and I’ve had an incredible time watching them play. I hope when people, including myself, look back on this season, they can remember something other than the way it ended.

Syracuse University Athletics - Marasco Named To BIG EAST Honor Roll
Freshman JoJo Marasco was named to the BIG EAST Conference Weekly Honor Roll on Monday, March 29. Marasco tied his career high with three points, including a personal-best two goals, in Syracuse’s 9-8 overtime win at Hobart on March 23.

Daily Orange - Well, that was awkward.... Q&A session with Andy Samberg creates more cringes than laughs
Andy Samberg could not stop cringing. Samberg’s face, along with the entire audience of Wednesday night’s sit-down Q-and-A session with the "Saturday Night Live" comedian, was locked in a permanent grimace as the moderator, Davis Haines, a sophomore music education major, misfired one awkward joke after the next.

Everyone, I think we all need to personally apologize to RealAmericanMan.  He supported SU and we let him down.  Simple as that.