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Syracuse lacrosse players Keogh, White honored for performances vs. Notre Dame |
Syracuse lacrosse junior attackman Stephen Keogh is the Big East's offensive player of the week, and junior longstick midfielder Joel White made the conference's weekly honor roll.

Hopeless Walk On: Post-Failure Thoughts
Still kind of in a state of shock about the whole thing. I know this is called HOPELESS and all, which signifies, you know, a lack of hope, that this thing is completely crazy to do, but a part of me always kinda thought that I would pull it out. I really did. I know it was nuts, but man...I don't know.

Daily Orange - Head games: Concussions are demanding more care with each career they destroy
Two years and three concussions later at Syracuse, Hrinya, the former Orange safety, has suffered four major hits that resulted in concussions. Three while on SU’s roster, all during practice. By the fourth concussion, Hrinya was deemed medically inactive to play football.

Bucs open rookie mini-camp | Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota | 10 Connects
The only injury reported was to 4th-round draft choice Mike Williams, from Syracuse. He left the workout early, with cramps. He had to be given an IV. Morris blamed it on the hot weather, which is affecting a lot of players who aren't used to the Florida heat.

Former SU All-American Joe Ehrmann's helmet returned 40 years after it was lost in a brawl |
Two days prior to Thanksgiving, a UPS box arrived at the Maryland office of former Syracuse University defensive tackle Joe Ehrmann. The package, addressed to Ehrmann, arrived unsolicited, its contents unknown, its sender a mystery.

Along with all the other stuff, Jim Boeheim has his foundation about which to be very proud |
Here's how it works: The Boeheims provide the star power (along with a fair mix of rolled-up sleeves, countless telephone calls and gentle arm-twisting) and the folks they enlist contribute hours and hearts, dollars and devotion. And the next thing you know, mountains get moved . . . or, at least, nudged.

FizzCast: Big 10 Debate Rages On : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Mike Couzens anchors this week’s FizzCast and supports a move to a new conference by questioning what type of football rivalries is SU holding onto anyway.

New York’s First Settlers : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
It comes down to geography and while Rutgers is physically closest to New York City, Syracuse has always had a foothold there because of its thousands of NYC alumni.

Syracuse lacrosse trainer heading to England with U.S. World Team |
Yes, Troy Gerlt, and if you never heard of him it is probably because he does his job so well that you seldom hear about his work. Gerlt is the third member of the SU lacrosse family who will accompany Powell and Leveille on the U.S. team that travels to England this summer for the International Lacrosse Federation World Championship.

Two Big East teams in Schlabach's Top 25 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Schlabach has Pittsburgh No. 13 saying the Panthers "might be poised to clear the last hurdle" and win the Big East. The defending league champions, Cincinnati, check in at No. 18, a little lower than Schlabach had the Bearcats before the spring. He says defensive questions and a difficult nonconference schedule are concerns.

Watch some very pro-Hokie highlights of Syracuse's 22-14 win over Virginia Tech in 2001.  No wonder they didn't want to play us again...