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It looked weird, but Pitt did what it always does - Luke Winn -
Boeheim, when he took the podium for his postgame remarks, said something that could be worth remembering. He complimented Pitt's depth, its defense and its rebounding, and said that it was a better shooting team than he'd seen in the past. "To me, they've had good teams," he said, "but this is a really good team."

NCAA Basketball Bracketology: Pitt Rises To Top Line, Syracuse Slips -
After Pittsburgh topped a Kris Joseph-less Syracuse on Monday night in the Orange's House of Horrors, there is some change on the top line of this week's Bracketology.

Undefeated No Longer |
It had to happen sometime. Few people were expecting Syracuse to get out of Pittsburgh with a win on Monday night, but perhaps even fewer expected a game as strange as what took place at the Petersen Events Center.

Some positives in Syracuse’s first loss of season | The Juice Online
This game was supposed to tell us something about the Orange. It was supposed to tell us whether it is a legit contender. But once Kris Joseph’s head ricocheted off the court over the weekend against Cincinnati, the idea that this game would determine whether it is a championship-caliber team went out the window.

Otto's Army : SU/Pitt Recap: My Uninformed, Ill-Thought Out Post-Game Musings
Sooooo, that just happened. A single-digit loss at the toughest environment in the Big East may have been about what we expected. How we got there was not. A game that totally got away from us became a game that was totally winnable. So much to ponder.

Three Idiots on Sports: The Panthers Maul the Orange: Syracuse - Pitt Observations
The fact that Syracuse played the game without its leading scorer and best player Kris Joseph didn't help matters either. That being said, Syracuse spotted Pitt nearly 20 points and still had a chance to win the game.

Orange::44: Pittsburgh-Syracuse Recap OR Bound to Lose Eventually
But for anyone who watched that game from beginning (or at the eventual cut-in) to end, you know that doesn't even begin to tell the story. And you know that Syracuse had a million chances to win that game. But at the end of the day, most of us expected a loss, and a loss is what we got. How did we get there?

Kevin McReynolds’ Coach Tells Fizz Sheer Strength Sets Him Apart : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Kevin McReynolds is the hottest prospect left on the ‘Cuse’s radar. He’s a 4-star defensive tackle from Washington, DC, and many people argue he could make an impact equal to Ishaq Williams. He’s a complete beast according to his high school coach Joe Patterson. The Fizz spoke with Patterson yesterday, coach at St. John’s College High shcool.

Running back David Oku to transfer " GoVolsXtra
Oku’s time with the Vols is over, as UT announced Friday that the former top-ranked all-purpose back will transfer after the spring semester. He will not participate in any football-related activities from now until his departure.

Syracuse University Athletics - Make Your Plans Now For First Alumni Winter Weekend
The Orange men’s soccer program will host its first Alumni Winter Weekend from Saturday, Feb. 19 through Sunday, Feb. 20 on the Syracuse University campus. The event includes a reception, the SU men’s basketball game against Rutgers and an indoor soccer tournament.

The Most Influential Colleges on Twitter " Measuring Online Influence: The Official Klout Blog
Syracuse is the No. 2 most influential college on Twitter, whatever that means.