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Orange-Out in DC
Orange fans will gather at Clyde's of Gallery Place, adjacent to the Verizon Center, for pre- and post-game festivities. The restaurant will serve brunch beginning at 10 a.m., and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis - so be sure to get there early! Beverage specials will be offered throughout the day.

Wide receiver Brandon Reddish on his commitment to Syracuse: "I'm very happy right now" |
"He’s gonna make sure our child accomplishes what he wants to accomplish. He showed real interest in everything," Vinnie Reddish told the Post about coach Marrone.

Duke Lost to Florida State. Are the Blue Devils Still the Best Team in the Country? | The Big Lead
Syracuse: 17-0. Still largely untested. Beat Michigan State at a "neutral" site (MSG), and beat Notre Dame at home. We’ll know more about the ‘Cuse Monday after the road game against Pittsburgh.

UC Athletics Blog " Cronin: UC can match up with Syracuse | Cincinnati Enquirer | Cincinnati.Com
"Then it just becomes a matter of execution," Cronin said. "If we get manhandled, that’s our own fault. We’re old enough and strong enough that whoever we play that shouldn’t happen. It’s a point of the rebuilding of our program that we’ve reached now. It needs to become a matter of how tough are we and can we execute?"

Otto's Army : 2010 Football Recap: Most Forgettable Moment
As we wind down, we open up the memories once again and ask ourselves, what was the most forgettable moment of 2010?

Cuse in a New York State of Mind | The Juice Online
A few members of the Orange came out of the locker room donning shirts that read, "New York’s College Team." Apparently, they just happened to wear them to Madison Square Garden on the day they played St. John’s. Convenient.

Three Idiots on Sports: Syracuse Smokes St. John's: Six Observations
When you can end a Big East game with Brandon Reese on the floor, things went your way.

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Athletics Reaches New Heights in NACDA Director's Cup Standings
The Syracuse Athletics program earned is highest Fall ranking in school history in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. The Orange is tied for 16th nationally with 213 points. SU scored points in football, field hockey and men and women’s cross country. Last year the Orange was 34th in the Fall standings and SU’s best Fall ranking was 33rd in 2001-02.

Watertown Daily Times | SU treating soldiers, families to basketball game
The school has given the 10th Mountain Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team 225 tickets to the game against Cincinnati for its soldiers and family members.

Friendly Fizz Fire: Conroy Says D.A. is Wrong On Ishaq’s Dad : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Shaun Williams’ comments seemed less about getting exposure for his son then they did about giving a positive quality of Notre Dame, based on fact. He praised the ‘Cuse because Coach Marrone is a family man, has a life skills program, and because Williams is an alumnus.

Blogging Around the Big East: The Otto-Man Empire And Hoya Hysteria - SB Nation New York
If it wasn't for No. 4-ranked Syracuse Orange downright conquering the St. John's Red Storm, 76-59, Wednesday night and claiming NYC and the rest of Northeast America -- more on this later -- their own, I'd have that as my lead story for Thursday.

Maya Moore commands respect from SU players; Brandon Triche continues hot shooting |
Kris Joseph reached above his locker inside Madison Square Garden and procured the sacred slip of paper. On it, Maya Moore had inscribed her name and a personal greeting to the Syracuse University forward. And Joseph was thrilled to own a piece of the women's biggest star.

Dabblesblog: I Went to the Pinstripe Bowl and All I Got Was this Stupid Blog Entry (Part 1 of 2)
Let me preface this whole thing by saying one thing. The week I endured makes legends. You wouldn’t even know the first thing about it. Actually, you probably would.