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Daily Links - Doug Marrone Likes Leadership

Marrone points to 'leadership' for more Syracuse success -
"I like our leadership," Marrone told The Post. "I like the young kids we're bring in. I like the momentum we're carrying over from last season."

Orange football missing key players - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch
The possible loss of Carter and Collier leaves Antwon Bailey, a junior who averaged 4.7 yards on 63 carries last season, as the top tailback. Freshmen Jerome Smith and Tyson Gulley are listed behind him on the depth chart.

The Big Orange Bloggers: How I Spent My Summer Vacation In Syracuse
Some of you may know that I just returned from trip for five days to Syracuse for my cousin Tim’s wedding, though two of those days were mostly travel days as we drove the entire way. Sadly, I can only manage short vacations/trips to the ’ Cuse these days so I try to fit as much as I can into those trips. So here is a brief description of my trip along with some fun pictures that were taken along the way that I hope you all enjoy. - Source: E.J. Carter coming to NC State
According to a source at NC State, former Syracuse linebacker E.J. Carter is transferring to NC State. The Wolfpacker reported the news on the Wolves' Den message board earlier Tuesday morning. Carter will have three years of eligibility remaining after he sits out the 2010 season.

The "No One Asked Me" Big East Preseason Predictions - Voodoo Five
7. Syracuse (5-7, 1-6) - Better, more competitive team, but it probably won't show up in the results. This prediction could also go south if Doug Marrone runs off so many players that they end up going the Texas State Fighting Armadillos route. Popski, send it in!

Long time coming as Floyd Little reaches Hall - NFL -
"It's hard to let it go when people keep introducing you - like a Frank Gifford or a Pete Rozelle - as a 'future Hall of Famer,' and you've always been called a 'future Hall of Famer,''' Little said. "Well, how far in the future are they talking about?''

Stacking up the Big East: Wide receivers | National Football Post
The Orange became used to life without Mike Williams last season when he left the program, but his absence may be felt even more for an entire season in 2010. Marcus Sales, Alec Lemon and Van Chew will continue to get better, but the team will need Hofstra transfer Aaron Weaver to help right away as I don’t think this group will scare a lot of Big East defenses.

The Sports Network Football Bowl Subdivision
The Orange went 6-5 ATS in '09, but just 3-5 in their final eight games. The team is 5-1 as a home favorite over the last four years.

An early look at Doug Marrone at Big East Media Day courtesy of @CFBExaminer: