Syracuse University cornerback Mike Holmes earns second Big East honor | syracuse.com
Holmes averaged 33 yards on two punt returns, including a thrilling 62-yarder that led to SU's first touchdown of the game. Holmes gathered in a Maine punt at the SU 11-yard line, cut to the right sideline, then reversed field and sped up the left sideline, almost breaking it for a touchdown. Holmes currently leads the conference with an average of 17.7 yard per return.
That was a nice win by Syracuse, but apparently not nice enough for some to see to the very end | syracuse.com
Certainly, the customer is always right. But that doesn’t mean the customer can’t also be periodically harder to explain than Bjork’s wardrobe. Such was the case on Saturday evening at the Carrier Dome when some 12,000 empty seats became, oh, some 40,000 empty seats with time remaining on the clock.
Steven Baldwin Stars in "The March to Six Wins" : Orange Fizz – Syracuse Recruiting, Sports Rumors, Podcasts, Student Life
Is that one of the Baldwin brothers scowling outside of Dinosaur BBQ with a bunch of guys working off a hangover after the Orange drilled Maine?
EDSBS'S BEST IN CLASS: WEEK 3 - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Our sincere congratulations to the name programs who managed to stave off mortifying upsets in Week 3. They include, but are not limited to...Syracuse deciding in the second half that losing to Maine might not be as alt-desirable as it seemed in the first quarter.
SLAM ONLINE | " Big East Season Preview
After these top two teams, schools like Georgetown and Syracuse, that lost a ton of talent, will try to remain atop the league by counting on the progress of returning players and highly touted newcomers.
Syracuse Football Defeats East Jabib University For The Blind 38-14 Articles on CuseMyCampus
The Syracuse University football program took a step in the right direction Saturday night, defeating Division I-AA East Jabib University For The Blind 38-14 with an explosive offensive display in the Carrier Dome.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week 3 - The UConn Blog
UConn plummeted like they deserved to, and Syracuse moved up in the world because UConn and Cincinnati looked so indefensibly bad.
I can think of no better celebration after a Syracuse win: