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Syracuse Daily Links - Time For A Lock-down

Week 2: Did you know - Big East Blog - ESPN
Current Syracuse middle linebacker Derrell Smith was the Orange's leading rusher when the team last played Washington, in 2007?

Local News | Orange hope Washington's Locker is less like 2007 | Seattle Times Newspaper
For all the losses that have mounted during Jake Locker's career, his only meeting with Syracuse happened to be one of the handful of times where seemingly everything went right for Washington's quarterback.

Watertown Daily Times | Strong defense pivotal for SU
"We have more of a brotherhood," Jones said of the difference between last year's squad and what was on display in Akron. "There's nothing like trusting the person next to you."

Preview: UW looks for first win against improved Syracuse
"They're really good," Huskies defensive coordinator Nick Holt said. "I know people might not think ... that I might be full of it, but these guys are much improved. You can see it through the game film from last year."

Three Idiots on Sports: Syracuse v. Washington: Official Idiotic Predictions
The mighty Syracuse Orange travel to the left coast to take on the Washington Huskies tomorrow at 7 pm local time and that means one thing -- it's time for our official idiotic predictions.

Football Team Declares New Rival Articles on CuseMyCampus
"That bastard [Victory] has been destroying our program for years, with the most embarrassing defeats coming during Greg Robinson’s tenure," said Marrone. "There comes a time when, after enough defeats, it becomes personal. I’ve decided that the time is now to declare Victory a new personal rival of the Syracuse football team. Sure, we won last week, but come on. It was Akron."

New injury-reporting system already broken - Big East Blog - ESPN
Well, it's only Week 2 of the season, and it's already clear that the policy is being made a mockery.

Why Villanova Football Joining The Big East Would Be Great For Boston College - BC Interruption
Former Big East foes, Villanova and Boston College not only share a religious affiliation, they also share quite a bit of history on the gridiron. The Wildcats and Eagles have faced one another 45 times.