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Watertown Daily Times | Orange moving forward
"We do have a three-year plan in place," Marrone said. "I don't want to publicly talk about it until I've discussed it with the players. I try to be truthful with them. If I say one thing and they don't believe in it, the program can crumble."

MLAX | SU seniors look to atone for last year's disappointing end - The Daily Orange - Sports
"We're like brothers now," said Miller, a senior midfielder. "And after we lost to Army, we were really saddened by the way our seniors went out last year. We want to make sure that doesn't happen again."

NCAA Basketball Bracketology: Syracuse Still No. 1 Seed; St. John's In 68-Team Field - SB Nation New York
According to Bracketology 101 and's Andy Glockner, the Orange deserve a No. 1 seed. However, Bracketology 101's results were posted on Monday, before the 'Cuse lost to Pitt, 74-66. But on Tuesday, after the game, Glockner believed that both programs have done enough to earn top seeds. Also, both brackets had the St. John's at No. 7.

Cards rise, Pitt falls in recruiting rankings - Big East Blog - ESPN
ESPN's new class rankings are out, and the Cardinals have climbed into the Top 20, at No. 19. Louisville has four four-star players and three prospects in the final ESPNU150: defensive back Gerod Holliman, receiver Eli Rogers and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. In fact, at the moment those are the only three ESPNU150 performers who are committed to a Big East school.

Grading the 2010 Big East coaching jobs - Big East Blog - ESPN
A-plus - Doug Marrone, Syracuse, Charlie Strong, Louisville - What is coaching if not maximizing a team's potential? If you had told Syracuse supporters before the season they would win eight games and a bowl, and Louisville backers they would win seven games and a bowl, both fan bases would have giddily agreed to that. Strong and Marrone squeezed the most out of their teams.

Fraternity bands with basketball team for after-game party - The Daily Orange - Feature
Along with Onuaku, many current basketball players will attend the after party to hang out and meet students. It's a rare opportunity for both the players and students alike, and these interactions will help create a more unified student body, said Ober, a sophomore television, radio and film major. "This merge with greek life, the dance team and athletics is brand new and very important. It gives more incentive for greek life to come out and get involved in other events in the future who are a big part of the SU campus," he said.

Syracuse University Athletics - Park's Place
Number 3 at #5, combined records of 35-1/11-0 and the home team having won 50 of 51 at its sold out arena. I think you knew going into the game Monday had the potential to be one for the books. The game was memorable alright, but missing SU’s leading scorer Kris Joseph, maybe we should’ve guessed that it wouldn’t be in a conventional way.

Looking at Big East attendance in 2010 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Overall, average home attendance was up slightly (1.2 percent) league wide, but that increase can basically be credited to one school's massive jump. Half of the league saw its attendance decrease, while a fifth school had basically the same numbers as a year ago.

Syracuse May Have Hired Its Next Defensive Coordinator, Tim Daoust : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
But what if Scott Shafer leaves Syracuse in the near future? He’s got connections to Jim Harbaugh from their time at Stanford. He’s worked under Rich Rodriguez (who’s bound to land another HC job soon). Now his recent success with SU. It’s possible another solid defensive season for the Orange and Shafer may land a head job of his own or jump to the NFL as an assistant (San Francisco?).

Orange lax ready for redemption | The Juice Online
The team won’t have to wait long to avenge its double overtime 9-8 loss to the Black Nights. Syracuse faces Army on Feb. 27. "This is definitely the year for redemption for our class," said senior midfielder Jovan Miller. "We’re like brothers now and after we lost to Army we were really saddened. …We want to make sure that doesn’t happen again."

Mason Powell, the last of the Powell brothers, succeeds at goalie -- in ice hockey |
Mason Powell is the youngest member of lacrosse royalty in Upstate New York. Ryan, Casey and Mikey Powell are his brothers, each an icon in a sport that saw a succession of power roll through Carthage High School, Syracuse University and ultimately professional and international stages.

After last month's announcement that Major League Lacrosse will hold its draft in January instead of June, Syracuse University senior lacrosse players are looking forward to finding out their future in the sport before beginning their final season. CitrusTV's David DeGuzman talks to players and head coach John Desko about the pros and cons of the early draft date.