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Inside Lacrosse October Issue: Jiloty - Lacrosse's New Old History |
Jeremy Thompson, who overcame his own alcohol issues last year, spent much of this summer helping to teach children in his area. Here's to Jeremy and his brothers being the next great Native American role models.

Cooperman-Keeley Debate Will Begin To Be Settled October 9th | Otto's Army
This is a debate that will truly begin to be settled on October 9 in South Florida. You can’t blame Syracuse for beating bad teams, but at the same time you can’t anoint them bowl contenders either. Time will tell.

The Cuse Connection: Wide Receivers Coming to Play in 2010
The biggest surprise so far this year is Van Chew. Not only does he have the coolest name on the team, he's also the most improved.

Someone Please Find Antwon Bailey | Otto's Army
It is frustrating to continue to watch our running game struggle while Antwon Bailey doesn’t seem to get the touches he needs to be a true difference maker in this offense. Bailey has gotten 23 touches through the first 3 games of the season, and if this past weekend is any indication, those touches seem to be going down.

St. Andrew’s hires lacrosse legend Casey Powell to lead program | High School Buzz
Widely considered one of the best American lacrosse players, Powell has signed on to become the head of lacrosse at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton. "St. Andrew’s is a national powerhouse and it’s in a beautiful spot," Powell said. "I’m coming in to help maintain the success they’ve had down there."

Diamond Ferri: 'Good to be a spark and ignite them with my attitude, flash and swagger'
"You see what happens when the ball’s in my hands; I make plays. It felt natural and good to be a spark and ignite them with my attitude, flash and swagger."

Syracuse University Athletics - How Fans Are Made
But when I went away to college I learned something. I learned that sometimes, home is special. Sometimes, right around the corner, history is made. Sometimes, wearing your team colors and rooting for YOUR team celebrates a common bond you have with all the fans cheering around you -- a bond of history, of culture, of shared experiences.

Colgate, Syracuse set to renew football rivalry - NCAA -
"It was big,'' said 84-year-old Al Short, whose extra point in a driving rainstorm gave Kerr and his Raiders a 7-6 victory at Archbold in 1945. "We captured Syracuse guys that had come down to soap windows and stuff like that, shaved and painted their heads, and the same thing happened with Colgate guys going to Syracuse.

Ranking the crappy teams you’ll see this week. | Big East Excess
Adonal Foyle is not walking out of that tunnel with this Colgate team. Colgate is 1-1, with a one-point home win against Monmouth and a 45-15 road loss to Furman. Going into the game with Furman, Colgate was ranked #25 in the FCS. The Raiders are a “run-heavy” team, which accounts for four out of every five offensive plays.

Colgate's Dick Biddle on Saturday's Game vs Syracuse (Podcast) |
Colgate Head Football Coach Dick Biddle joined Brent Axe "On the Block" on The Score 1260 in Syracuse on Tuesday to preview his team's match up with Syracuse at the Carrier Dome on Saturday.

Kenny pulls out the Dionne Warwick impression to talk about SU's win over Maine.