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Suns Agree To Terms With Hakim Warrick In Smart, Decisive Move - Bright Side Of The Sun
The impatient Sarver struck fast this morning, coming to terms with 5-year power forward Hakim Warrick. According to Yahoo!, the deal is 4 years/$18m, however KTAR's Gambo reports the final year is a team option, making it a 3yr/$12m deal with the 4th not guaranteed.

Andy Katz: How college teams will replace their departed lottery picks - ESPN
Boeheim, who is always honest in the preseason about his team's chances, didn't hide his view that the Orange should be a top-15 team next season even with the loss of Johnson, Rautins and Arinze Onuaku. The key will be whether Joseph emerges as the star he has the ability to become next season.

Giving John Thompson an Award in Syracuse? I Fear What Could be Next | syracuse.com
What's next, have a "let's forgive Pat Dye" picnic?

Four For The Fourth: What If? | Otto's Army
What if Syracuse had not hired Greg Robinson and instead hired the person everyone expected them to hire, Bo Pelini?

ESPN's Andy Katz on Wes, Andy, and Preseason Predictions (Podcast) | syracuse.com
ESPN.com's Andy Katz joined Brent "On the Block" on The Score 1260 on Thursday to erase any doubts of how Syracuse will appear on those preseason predictions this season calling them "the most talented team in the Big East".

Football Friday: Tight Ends | Otto's Army
It’s safe to say none Greg Paulus’ favorite targets over the course of the 2009 season lined up at the tight end position. Only three players at the position caught passes during the season, combining for a paltry 29 receptions, 252 yards and 2 touchdowns

Carmelo Anthony selling his Colo. home - at a loss of at least $2.5M | syracuse.com
"Why is he selling?" said listing agent John Fitzpatrick of The Kentwood Co. in the Tech Center. "Maybe to get a little closer to town. I think it's because his family situation has changed since he bought it. He has a 3-year-old now."

Orange women's Juanita Ward returns to give back | syracuse.com
The Juanita Ward Hoopz Development Camps are scheduled July 24-25 at Tompkins Cortland Community College, July 31-Aug. 1 at Hamilton Boys & Girls Club, and Aug. 7-8 at East Fayette Boys & Girls Club. The cost ranges from $69 for early registration at the East Fayette site ($79 at the door) to $89/$99 at the Hamilton Street venue.

Pasqualoni Returns As Defensive Line Coach
Cowboys new defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni was the head coach at Syracuse for 14 years, compiling a 107-59-1 record before becoming the Cowboys' tight ends coach in 2005. He then served as the linebackers coach from 2006-2007 before accepting the defensive coordinator job in Miami from 2008-2009.

Season preview: Which teams will land in the Orange Bowl? - USATODAY.com
As part of its College Football Season Preview, USA TODAY predicts which teams will earn bids to the BCS bowl games for the 2010-11 season. Up first: The Orange Bowl: Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Pittsburgh Panthers

The story behind Andy Rautins' ambigram tattoo (previously discussed by Voteprime):