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Cody Jamieson Comes Full Circle " Lacrosse Playground
In the latest episode of "LaxFeed," Lacrosse Magazine Online’s weekly video podcast, Jamieson talks about his roots, his circuitous path to Syracuse stardom and the Orange’s chances of a three-peat.

Syracuse lacrosse freshman JoJo Marasco: "I'm just trying to wait for it to heal" | syracuse.com
"I don’t know yet," he said when asked if he could play. "It all depends on what the doctors and Troy (trainer Troy Gerlt) say. I’m just trying to get back and get as well as possible. The leg’s feeling real great. It’s a matter of comfort for me, when I’m ready to play."

Big East post-spring position rankings: QB - Big East Blog - ESPN
8. Syracuse: The Orange enter the season as one of only two Big East teams to not return a quarterback with starting experience. Ryan Nassib did play a lot this year, and redshirt freshman Charley Loeb pushed him this spring. Highly-touted recruit Jonny Miller arrives this summer.

The NCAA Lacrosse Tournament Heats Up " Lacrosse Playground
The NCAA Tournament is more than just another playoff series. The tourney is what everyone looks forward to every May. Memorial Day weekend is what every kid dreams of. And this weekend marks another great run for the title. Get excited by watching a few highlight reels

Pat Forde: Breaking down the top college basketball teams for 2010-11 - ESPN
Plug mountainous freshman Fab Melo into Orinze Onuaku's spot in the middle of the Orange's 2-3 zone. Hand off some of Wesley Johnson's scoring to last season's sixth man, Kris Joseph. Figure that several shooters can pick up the slack left by Andy Rautins. And don't disregard Syracuse the way we all did going into last season.

Big Ten Expansion - the case for Syracuse - The Daily Gopher
Athletically I think Syracuse is a very nice fit for the Big Ten. They are much stronger in basketball than Rutgers and they have a fairly rich tradition of football. Overall Director's Cup standings (through end of April) has them 58th with Lacrosse finishing up which is sure to see them rise in the standings. And I think they bring some of the prestige and alumni that the BTN is looking for. Are the #1 team on the list? No. But they are a worth candidate and depending on how many teams the Big Ten expands to, they will be in this right up until the end.

Predicting if Notre Dame, expansion candidates will jump ship - Andy Staples - SI.com
Any Big East school that receives an invitation will go, but the question is whether Syracuse brings enough to the table to earn an invite.

Quarterback Deja Vu : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Let the summer games begin. It’s where Paulus shined. Can Loeb do the same? Deja Vu, all over again.

Hawks coach confident of taming Saints | Stuff.co.nz
Former Syracuse University team-mates Eric Devendorf and Josh Pace go head-to-head in the capital tonight as two of the NBL's hottest teams jockey for playoff positions.

Hey, that's a forlorn Mikey Powell in the new Ben Harper And Relentless7 video "Skin Thin."

A lot has changed since Syracuse beat Army 12-7 in the Carrier Dome on February 28th. Max Bartig made the first line midfield, John Lade came back from injury, and Jojo Marasco caught the injury bug, and that's just the changes on the Orange's side. CitrusTV's Scott Grodsky got the scoop from Head Coach John Desko, John Galloway, and Joel White on what the Black Knights changed, and what SU needs to prepare for.