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Orange::44: Season in Review
Syracuse's regular season of scorched earth is over and with only the smoldering remains of St. John's left in the wind, let's take a quick look at some of the high and low points in the Orange's 2010 campaign.

CHARGERS: Ten months after he was shot three times, rookie out to make most of second chance
"I was slipping in and out of consciousness," Brinkley said. "The next thing, I knew I woke up in the hospital. The first question I asked was if I got released by the Chargers," Brinkley said. "I wanted to know if my dream of playing in the NFL was still alive."

WAER - An indepth look of the future of college lacrosse
WAER's Ted Conroy takes a look at the legal and economic factors that go into expanding the sport of college lacrosse.

Rebuilding defenses in the Big East - Big East Blog - ESPN
Though the Orange definitely made strides defensively under first-year coordinator Scott Shafer in '09, they still finished last in the league in points allowed with 27.9 per game. That includes giving up 56 points to Connecticut, 37 to Pitt and 34 each to West Virginia and South Florida.

The Big East coaching carousel " Syracuse Sports Online .com
When Jim Boeheim takes to the court for his 35th year at the helm of Syracuse University basketball he will begin his quest for Big East Conference record victory #326. The coaches of Rutgers, DePaul, Seton Hall, and St. John’s will be in search of Big East victory #1.

Knox phenom Brielle Blaire already getting offers | Salisbury, NC - Salisbury Post
"Brielle's got 50 or 60 recruiting letters that she keeps in a box — Syracuse, Oregon, Ohio State, Fordham, Georgia Tech, South Florida, all over — but she's still young," Paul said. "At this point, it's all about getting to know coaches and building relationships."

CitrusTV's Scott Grodsky looks back at the memorable SU lacrosse regular season.

Inspired by the controversy over Syracuse University's Commencement speaker, "Commecement" by Delirium.