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Is that Chandler Jones Picking his Nose? : Orange Fizz – Syracuse Recruiting, Sports Rumors, Podcasts, Student Life
We haven’t even hit Akron week and we have pictures of suit shopping, food court Chinese, digging for boogers while discussing why female co-eds on The Hill look like Oompaloompas (hint: it’s the Northface jacket).

Doug’s Double Standard | Otto's Army
When I travel to Akron in less than 3 weeks, I would love to see Delone Carter on the field. But I know in my heart of hearts that he should be suspended for Syracuse’s opener. Doug Marrone knows that too. It’s a shame he took the easy way out.

National Universities Rankings - Best College - Education - US News
US News & WR "Best Schools" list: Syracuse No. 55. Rutgers, Pitt T-64th. UConn 69th. Cincinnati 156. Louisville, WVU T-176th. USF 183.

Syracuse goal: keep improving - NCAA -
"I'm expecting us to be much more competitive,'' said Marrone, who welcomed 30 new players but still needs a few more to reach the NCAA scholarship limit. "There's a lot of things that have to happen for us to be successful. We have to stay healthy - that's the No. 1 thing.''

A (Very) Early Preview of Big East Basketball- Part 3 - South Orange Juice
With Joseph and Melo, along with Brandon Triche, Scoop Jardine (above), and Rick Jackson plus the rest of the excellent recruiting class (scoring guard Dion Waiters and big men Baye Moussa Keita and C.J. Fair), the Orange should be at the top of the conference. The only question I have is who is going to emerge as the prototypical Syracuse 3-point shooting threat, but something tells me that Boeheim will find one (early candidates are Jardine and the little-used Mookie Jones, by the way).

McNabb's Ambitions: Former SU star aims to be change agent |
McNabb says he wants to use every minute he has in the limelight — and not just to play football or add to an estimated $115 million in NFL career earnings. That’s why he collaborated with the Greater Washington Board of Trade late last month for a meeting with CEOs and other notables, "Down to Business with Donovan McNabb."

Wes Johnson returns to Syracuse this Saturday |
Former Syracuse University star Wes Johnson will make an appearance at the Time Warner Cable store in the Great Northern Wall on Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

Three Idiots on Sports: August - Where Hope Springs Eternal
As Syracuse fans, we enter year two of the Doug Marrone era with a feeling that while there's a long way to go, the Orange train is finally headed down the right track. Fans are generally optimistic and there's good reason to be.

Junior outside hitter Erin Little gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at Syracuse volleyball picture day.