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Big-Spending Ohio State Could Change Nickname to Bucks-Eyes -- NCAAFB FanHouse
Only six teams had a losing record over the past five seasons when playing schools that spent less money on their football programs. The Not-So-Super Six are: Duke (4-16 record against schools that spent less money, .200 winning percentage); Syracuse (10-13, .222); Washington (13-33, .282); North Carolina (7-12, .386); Iowa State (13-19, .426) and N.C. State (4-5, .444).

21 in the 315 : Orange Fizz – Syracuse Recruiting, Sports Rumors, Podcasts, Student Life
where should I first christen my newly legal ID? Do I beckon the doors of Hungry Charlie’s? Patronize the classic Dellas establishment that is Faegan’s? Do I go downtown and get whatever beer I want from Blue Tusk?

The Evening Sun | Milford Legends tournament benefits hospital auxiliary
The evening’s keynote speaker, Head Coach at Syracuse University, Doug Marrone, spoke of the importance of finding a balance between Academics and Athletics.

Quarterback prospect from Williamsville commits to Buffalo |
Williamsville South quarterback Joe Licata, who was on Syracuse University's recruiting list, gave an oral commitment to the University of Buffalo on Monday night, according to today's Buffalo News.

Draft Thoughts - Cuse Country
I’m actually a little disappointed Wes didn’t go to New Jersey. Their franchise is, I believe, moving in a much better direction. – Anthony Davis Cuts List to 3
"We’re looking at Syracuse, Kentucky and Ohio State," Anthony Sr. said. "I think those three schools fit perfectly in the style of basketball he plays."

Pitt's next stop: Ireland
Pitt will play the Irish national team twice, the South Conference all-stars, Dart Kilester Club team, the English national team and the Melbourne (Australia) Tigers, a professional team from Australia's top professional league. Former Syracuse player Eric Devendorf plays for Melbourne.

Syracuse University Athletics - Boeheim To Receive Mannie Jackson - Basketball Spirit Award
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today announced that Hall of Fame Coach Jim Boeheim of Syracuse University has been named one of the 2010 Mannie Jackson – Basketball’s Human Spirit Award winners.

My three favorite things come together.  Syracuse, charity and piano smashing.