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NCAAB Top 5: Players primed for breakout seasons - 09-25-2010
Joseph was used primarily off the bench last season but stepped into the first five when starting forward Arinze Onuaku went down in March. The 6-foot-7 Joseph, who averaged just under 11 points last year, is a versatile scorer who coach Jim Boeheim is counting on to step into Wesley Johnson’s empty shoes.

The kid can play some ball - Times Union
A huge Syracuse basketball fan who says his favorite players are Jonny Flynn and Carmelo Anthony, Radz has received instruction from many of the areas top coaches and he works out individually with former Colonie and University at Albany star Lucious Jordan.

NFL Week Three: Michael Vick's Big Game for Eagles Sets Up Showdown With Donovan McNabb - The Daily Fix - WSJ
They may even trot out Paul Pasqualoni, the former Syracuse coach who recruited Vick to follow McNabb at quarterback for the Orangemen.

Orange::44: Monday Morning Quarterback 9/27/10
Here's the Cliff's Notes version: Syracuse won. Ryan Nassib is pretty good. The receivers are... meh. Nick Provo is a magician. And does any of this give us an indication of how Syracuse will do in the Big East conference games?

Friday night stars: California and Texas produce most NFL talent - Shutdown Corner - NFL  - Yahoo! Sports
New York doesn't crack the Top 15 but Pennsylvania and Jersey come in at 7th and 8th, respectively.

ABC World News story on Syracuse to air today | syracuse.com
An ABC World News with Diane Sawyer series focusing on success stories amid the slow economic recovery will air a story about Syracuse today.

Got a question for Derrick Coleman? Ask away. | syracuse.com
We're already at work on the fifth issue of Central New York Sports magazine and Coleman, the former SU All-American and overall No. 1 choice in the 1990 NBA Draft, has agreed to participate in it by fielding your questions.

Junior Achievement: Syracuse area home to two of nation's top basketball recruits | syracuse.com
"And I think the second thing that maybe stands out more on the boys side than on the girls side is that the Syracuse area may not be that much of a hotbed (for talent). You’d say, well, two kids from Los Angeles or two kids from Houston maybe. But now we’re talking two kids from Syracuse."

To be fair, there wasn't much else to do in Touchdown Town late in the Syracuse-Colgate game.