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Orange Basketball Links: Limited number of Big East Tournament tickets still available | syracuse.com
Tickets for next week’s Big East men’s basketball tournament at Madison Square Garden are already sold out at the Carrier Dome box office and at most Big East schools. However, you can still purchase tickets from St. John’s University and Villanova University.

Fake tickets sold for SU game - News10Now.com
As many as 200 fake tickets were sold to people for last weekend's record breaking Syracuse - Villanova game.

my new hero - Cuse Country
I wanted to make sure everyone saw the winner of the Post Standard’s ‘Beat ‘Nova’ Photo Challenge

Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting and Podcasts.
Yeah, the guy met Kris Joseph strolling down Marshall Street middle of the afternoon, just hours before tipoff of Nova-geddon. Now, that's being blessed from above.

3 things to watch for in SU vs. Louisville - Sports
When Syracuse rolls into Louisville on Saturday at 2 p.m., it will play in the last game at Freedom Hall, the historic basketball arena and host to the Cardinals since 1956 - the team will be moving to a new downtown arena next year.

SU women's basketball looks to ride momentum into Big East tournament - Sports
The Orange will look to capitalize on the wave of momentum created by upsetting No. 8 West Virginia, 67-48, in its regular-season finale Monday. If it has any intentions of playing beyond this weekend, Syracuse will likely need to keep winning. That makes Friday's matchup with Seton Hall (9-20, 1-15) a must-win.

College Coaches’ Use of the Zone Attacks Perceptions and Ego - NYTimes.com
"They play five as one," Doug Gottlieb, a former player for Oklahoma State who is an analyst for ESPN, said of Syracuse. "They are really, really big. They have length and size inside. They don’t have to double in the post if they don’t want to. He recruits to the zone and their personnel fits that defense."

America's Coolest College Start-ups 2010: Ryan Dickerson - Syracuse University
Like most college students, Dickerson found himself wedged into a small dorm room that fit little more than a bed and a desk. The son of an interior designer, he set out to optimize that space. The idea? Turn the bed into a couch during nonsleeping hours.

A behind the scenes look at SU students getting ready for ESPN Gameday last week.