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Daily Orange - Big Red freshman goalie Fiore impressive in increased minutes, Marasco hurt
Before halftime, the freshman walked off the field limping, accompanied by two SU trainers on a trip to the locker room. At the half, it was announced he would not return, and at the start of the third quarter, he stood on the sideline on crutches. Marasco was not available for comment after the game. There was no word on how the injury would affect his status for Sunday’s game at Rutgers.

SU Lax: The Drama Kings - Brent Axe
I don't know if I feel better for Syracuse or worse for Jeff Tambroni at Cornell.

In hindsight, timeout decisions played critical role in Syracuse lacrosse victory |
As Tuesday night’s Syracuse-Cornell lacrosse game ground down to the final minutes knotted at 7 – and believe me it was a grind from start to finish – each team had both of its second-half timeouts to use. The decisions on when or when not to take them had a significant impact on the outcome.

Reading the Knight Tea Leaves : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
John Calipari is scheduled to appear on ESPNU 20 minutes after Brandon Knight makes his decision? Coincidence? Probably not.

Hopeless Walk On: Less than 2 weeks to go
I've heard some things here and there about what happens during the tryouts, and what I would be expected to do in terms of working out, and I gotta be honest, I'm a little nervous. I'm not sure (pretty damn not sure) that I'll stack up well with the other guys, but we'll see.

Ask The Army: Spring Practice | Otto's Army
With the Syracuse Football Spring Practice game scheduled for Saturday, April 17th, we have gathered up the Otto’s Army brain trust to provide some insight into the state of the football program. We asked our writers and guest reader to provide some comments, focused on one question: What are you watching for in Saturday’s spring practice game?

Johnson's stay at SU a reminder of today's college hoops biz : Sports : WSTM NBC3
So remember that if Scoop Jardine drastically improves in the off-season and plays his way into better standing next year. Scoop will be a junior athletically but a senior academically. If an NBA team thinks he's got talent and he's already got his degree...why not give it a go?

Regrets: The worst coaching hires of the decade (non-Kiffin edition) - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Today, 'Cuse would kill for stagnation at .500 after four unrelentingly miserable campaigns under "Gerg," all of them ending in the Big East cellar. The worst losses from 2005-08 included flops against Akron, Miami (Ohio) and Washington and a 1-3 mark against UConn.

2010: A Bad Year for Citizenry " Hoya Suxa
On June 30, 2010, the above-referenced synagogue will honor as its "Citizen of the Year" a man that is made of 60 percent water and 40 percent concentrated evil

Hoov's Thoughts on Sports and Everything Else: Football Thoughts
Syracuse looks to have the makings of a good defense. However, if Syracuse is going to compete with the better teams on their schedule their quarterbacks are going to need to improve a great deal.

Roy Simmons, Jr. joins a panel of lacrosse legends to discuss the sport and it's connection to the Syracuse area.  This is part 1 of 8 so grab a drink and settle in.