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Syracuse University's Cody Jamieson is top pick in National Lacrosse League draft |
Jamieson was presented with a No. 22 jersey by Knighthawks owner and general manager Curt Styres and NLL legend and Syracuse women's lacrosse coach Gary Gait. Jamieson is Styres' nephew. Gait wore No. 22 the past two seasons with Rochester and wore the number at Syracuse University. Jamieson wore 22 at SU in 2010.

Is that Brice Hawkes Wearing a Vagina Shirt? : Orange Fizz
Yep, that’s freshman linebacker Brice Hawkes sporting an "I Enjoy Vagina" t-shirt while repping on campus.

Former Syracuse player Demetris Nichols invited to Utah's training camp; Jason Hart to Minnesota |
Nichols turned down offers from professional teams in both Germany and France to have a chance to return to the NBA with the Jazz. Jason Hart will go to training camp with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Summer Shootaround: Best of Rest - ESPN
Northern Iowa at Syracuse, Nov. 12: If there was ever a time to play the Orange this season, it's in Game 1, when Syracuse will be integrating a talented but young roster. Northern Iowa lost plenty off last season's dramatic team that beat Kansas in the second round. But the Panthers are still fully capable of being a major pest, led by senior guard Kwadzo Ahelegbe.

Akron win was nice, but UW is a different ballgame : Sports :
If we want to change perception, the answer's simple. We have to win. Beating Colgate and Maine in a few weeks will look good for our stats and the W-L column. However, beating Washington will redefine the program's reputation. If we want people to start taking us seriously, that's what it's gonna take.

2011 College Basketball Recruiting Rankings - ESPNU 100 - ESPN
Orange have three members of the Top 100 in the latest rankings.

Syracuse University Athletics - College Football Time At SU
Ben Schwartzwalder wasn't the great coach he was based on words. Deeds won the battle, not words. No one worked harder than Ben and his staff.

The Daily Orange - Top dog: From small town kid to stardom, Locker stays true to his roots
Jake Locker, the person, is a key reason why Ferndale is so attached to him. Both Plenkovich and UW head coach Steve Sarkisian say he’s a better human being than he is a football player. There’s much more to Locker than his football accolades.

Big East predictions: Week 2 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Washington 24, Syracuse 20: I actually think the Orange will give the Huskies all they can handle in this one and will come close to pulling off the mild upset. In the end, though, Washington has a few more playmakers on offense, led by Jake Locker, and will find a way to get it done at home. But Syracuse gains respect with the effort.

The Daily Orange - Pacific brings back football program after 19-year hiatus
Prediction: Syracuse 23, Washington 20 - Everybody knows about Jake Locker by now. How many times have we heard the phrase "Heisman candidate"? Syracuse looked quite good last week against Akron and should give the Huskies all they can handle, and perhaps more. If Ryan Nassib can keep the chains moving for the SU offense, the defense should be able to hold their own.

Big East stock report, Week 2 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Ryan Nassib: Making his first start at quarterback for Syracuse, Nassib completed 17 of 27 passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns in a win at Akron. That earned him Big East player of the week honors.

Big East preview: Five storylines to watch next season - The Dagger - NCAAB  - Yahoo! Sports
Will newcomers keep Syracuse atop the Big East? For a team that lost an All-American forward, a center who started the previous two seasons and a shooting guard who hit 40 percent of his threes, Syracuse enters next season with surprisingly high expectations.

Kenny returns with a recap of the Akron win and looks ahead to this weekend's match-up at Washington.