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2010 Big City Classic Preview: Bright Lights, Big Middies - SB Nation
Saturday's Big City Classic features No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 2 North Carolina and No. 3 Syracuse vs. No. 4 Princeton. SBNation's Sean Keeley tells you what you need to know before the teams face-off in the New Meadowlands.

Best and worst of the 2009-2010 college basketball season - Mike DeCourcy - College Basketball - Sporting News
2. Syracuse. Not a single elite recruit, and yet the Orange won the Big East title and might have reached the Final Four were it not for a key injury. Blog for the Los Angeles NBA Clippers Fans " Blog Archive " The Clippers, Draft Position and Wesley Johnson
"Johnson is an intriguing talent who would fit snugly into the Clippers’ starting lineup next season." YIIIIIKES

What John Wall Means for Syracuse : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
"I think Kentucky is the obvious leader in the clubhouse. But a few weeks ago it seemed Syracuse was dead. As they had that run at the end of the year, the Villanova game, the #1 ranking, then the one-seed in the tourney. All of a sudden the Orange pop up on his list again. Now, there’s buzz that’s he’s gonna take an unofficial visit to the Dome as the signing period gets going."

SU's Nicole Michael not selected in WNBA Draft |
Nicole Michael, the Syracuse women's basketball program's career leader in scoring and rebounding, was not selected in the WNBA Draft Thursday night.

The evolution of sports - Sports
High school coach Brian Williams has been involved with several programs including NCAA and professional sports. He has been affiliated with the Syracuse University football program since the early 1990s, where he assisted players such as Donovan McNabb and Walter Reyes with drills, techniques and workout programs. Williams said that his coaching experience has been a "bitter-sweet" one. "As I now watch the guys who join teams for hopes of going pro, only to get the big bucks, I am saddened because the love of the sport has diminished," he said.