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Syracuse University Athletics - Jardine Named To USA Basketball Select Team
Led by eight players owning USA Basketball experience, including six who have won gold medals in international competitions, USA Basketball today announced a 20 player USA Men's Select Team that will train against the 2010 USA Basketball Men's National Team during its July 19-24 training camp in Las Vegas, Nevada. The group includes Syracuse guard Scoop Jardine.

CFB: Destination: Big East -
Syracuse’s Doug Marrone is a proud Orange alumnus. Although Syracuse AD Daryl Gross is quick to point out that Marrone is the right man for the job and all that, it certainly helps that the person charged with rescuing Syracuse from an increasingly competitive environment has more on his mind than his résumé.

Scout on Syracuse basketball recruit Trevor Cooney: 'We have him ranked too low' |
"I like Trevor Cooney's swagger. Honestly, he looks like a different guy. Confidence level is sky high after u18's," and "Trevor Cooney has brought more energy to this day at Nike than anyone else. We have him ranked too low and its my fault. It will be fixed."

Max Beaulieu vs. Donnie Simmons Is As Easy As NY vs. Florida | Otto's Army
Count me among the many who are very excited to see incoming freshman Max Beaulieu in action this season on the Syracuse defensive line. I mean, how could you not be?

CK's Hunt seeing Orange, picks Syracuse -
"Syracuse wanted me strictly as a quarterback, they’re not trying to change me or nothing," Hunt said. "They like how I have the will to win, that I take the game in my hands." - Sports - Rautins makes his own mark
Jay Rautins, 19, is a third-year kinesiology student who works as a graphic design assistant for Mac's athletic department -- part- time during the school year and full-time in the summer.

MSNsportsNET.Com -- West Virginia University Mountaineers
There is another remedy Crouthamel preferred even more for taming West Virginia's sometimes rowdy fans, as he once related to USA Today. "Last time down there (in 1996) it was quite congenial," he said. "We kicked their a---- and the fans left at halftime."

Which new coordinators will make most impact? - Big East Blog - ESPN
Doug Marrone, Syracuse: The head coach takes over the offensive playcalling duties, and he learned how to do that under a true master while working for the New Orleans Saints' Sean Payton. Expect a more dynamic, multifaceted attack from the Orange like we saw at the end of last season.

The Heat were the winners in free agency, but will they be winners on the court? -
"I think whatever happens, I don't think anyone is going to beat the Lakers anyway," Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. "When you look at what the Lakers have, it's really hard to beat them. That team is so good, but if they continue to get better and can stay healthy, it's not going to matter who you put together."

Are Big East coaches over-rated? | SportsTalk South
The Big East now has three former coaches in high-profile positions, but it hasn’t been pretty for Rodriguez and Petrino.

Team USA down MLL All-Stars 13-12 in Dramatic Fashion | Major League Lacrosse
Ryan Powell pounded home the game winner with just a minute remaining and the score would stay at 13-12 to give USA the win.

Big East football links: Would upgrading Villanova be best answer to conference woes? |
"There's a push on, yes,'' said one source. "It's not a hard push and we don't want to make it that way because we don't want to force anyone to do something they don't want to do or scare them off. But that would certainly solve some problems.''

Orange update: Jason Hart not quite ready to give up on NBA |
Neff, who is also Hart’s agent, said the former SU point guard has interviewed for "a couple" assistant coaching jobs at the collegiate level.

Incoming SU DT recruit Deon Goggins speaks.  You listen.

Deon for the Defense