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College Football 2010 Rankings: No. 104 Syracuse – College Gridiron 365 Blog – Orlando Sentinel
Will Syracuse ever climb out of the abyss it’s been in since 2001? It’s hard to imagine it’s going to happen this season. Coach Doug Marrone has had an exceptionally high attrition rate, losing 29 players in the last year. Syracuse has to start over at quarterback once again, after the one year Greg Paulus experiment yielded little results. It’s up to Ryan Nassib now.

Three Idiots on Sports: The Orlando Sentinel Does Not Think Highly of Syracuse Football
So, if someone reads a couple of clips on the internet and looks at the recent record, you can't fault that person for assuming things will continue to be terrible -- that person is just slightly uneducated.

Spring absentees who need to come through - Big East Blog - ESPN
The Orange managed to avoid the injury bug for the most part. But standout linebacker Doug Hogue needed knee surgery after the spring game. He should be fine by the time August arrives. And, naturally, suspended running back Delone Carter's status will be a question that lingers through the summer.

Post-spring position rankings: RB - Big East Blog - ESPN
Uncertainty over Delone Carter's status -- he has been suspended at least until the fall semester -- makes the Orange a tough team to rank at running back. With Carter, who was a 1,000-yard back last year, Syracuse has a frontline workhorse plus two versatile guys in Antwon Bailey and Averin Collier. Without him, this unit is average at best.

The 2010 Syracuse Lacrosse season through the voices of WAER
There's officially enough time past now to take a listen back on what was...and what could have been.

Orange::44: Weekend Watchability
Look: I'm going to make this really easy for you. If you're a fan of Syracuse University, you need to follow its lacrosse team. Lacrosse is so intertwined with the Orange's athletic history that it's just as important as the university's successes and failures on the gridiron and hardwood.

How Did the Ping Pong Balls Bounce for Wes Johnson? |
Mike Waters from the Post-Standard joined me "On the Block" on The Score 1260 to talk all things Wes and the NBA Draft Lottery. There is even a little bonus coverage in there on how a 2011 Syracuse recruit is climbing the rankings and a noteworthy ACC opponent who will be on the Syracuse Basketball schedule this season.

Why Syracuse Orange Basketball Should Be Feared In 2010 | Bleacher Report
Once again, the Orange are losing a trio of players--a trio perhaps better than last season's. Wes Johnson will be a lottery pick, while Arinze and Andy have shots to play some sort of professional basketball. The team will not only be missing their talent, but their chemistry and infusion of life and passion into the game. However, there is no reason to doubt SU once again.

SU-bound Bratek out for season - YNN, Your News Now
The unbeaten J-D boys lacrosse team has lost SU recruit Jake Bratek for the rest of the season with a broken collarbone suffered in practice Monday.

Big Ten Armespansion: Will the Big East Adapt or Die? - Maize n Brew
In the end, I think the Big East survives. But it survives in a much, much different format than we know it today.

New Youngstown State defensive back Grant Mayes, a transfer from Syracuse, talks with the area media at Stambaugh Stadium.