September To Remember: Why Syracuse Must Begin Season 3-1 | Otto's Army
Some are hoping for a sort of renaissance this season under second-year head coach Doug Marrone. For that to be even remotely possible, we must remember the 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th of September. If Syracuse fans are not celebrating victories on at least three of those dates, all chances of a renaissance – and more importantly a Bowl Game – will have gone down the drain.
NBA draft: Syracuse's Andy Rautins works to prove his draft worth | OregonLive.com
Rautins is making the rounds, attempting to improve his draft stock and hearing positive feedback along the way. In addition to today's workout for the Blazers, Rautins has already worked out for the Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks. He's also participated in group workouts in Chicago and Minnesota.
SF Wesley Johnson: Transfer to Syracuse 'turned out to be a very good thing' - Sean Deveney, Sporting News - College Basketball - Sporting News
The transfer turned out to be a very good thing for me. Going to Syracuse, it all worked out perfectly for me. Coach (Jim) Boeheim is someone who is not known for taking on transfers, so I knew he was taking a chance on me. I knew he was putting himself out there. I did not want to disappoint him.
Who's fully stocked in the Big East? - Big East Blog - ESPN
Depth isn't a word thrown around Syracuse much lately, but the Orange enter 2010 with a full stable of defensive backs, including five players who started a year ago and several others who earned valuable experience in 2009.
Three-point stance: Whither the WAC? - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
When Syracuse Orange coach Doug Marrone told me Wednesday, "This is an exciting time of year," it sounded funny. Yet he is absolutely right.
Ravens Rookie Camp Summary - Baltimore Beatdown
In combined offense-defense drills, DT Arthur Jones (Syracuse) rushes the passer, tossing offensive lineman (and Defensive Coordinator Greg Mattison's son) Bryan Mattison all over the place.
Rosters released for Upstate-Downstate Football Classic | syracuse.com
Some 98 high school seniors from across the state will participate in Sunday's inaugural New York State High School Football Classic at 3 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. Tickets cost $5. Here are the rosters for the Upstate and Downstate teams, with high school and college destination.
Andy Rautins works out for the Blazers, talks about the pre-draft process.
|NBA draft: Syracuse guard Andy Rautins works out for the Trail Blazers