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Stats say Scoop is Syracuse’s go-to player  | The Juice Online
Not surprisingly, Jardine has scored more total second-half points in close games than Joseph (52 versus 35). But Jardine has also scored a higher percentage of his total second-half points in the clutch. While only 36 percent of Joseph’s second-half points have come with the lead six points or fewer, Jardine has scored 52 percent of his total second-half points in these situations.

DraftExpress: Mock Draft
Kris Joseph 29th, Rick Jackson 39th...this won't change at all. Promise.

2:00 p.m., December 4th, 2011. The offices of Michigan football in Ann Arbor, MI.

College Basketball Recruiting On The Trail - ESPN
ESPNU's No. 2 ranked junior DaJuan Coleman scored 33 points, including the 1,000th of his career, as Jamesville-DeWitt knocked off Fowler 67-57 on Wednesday night.

Valley’s best wideouts inch closer to decisions - High School Football - Ohio Blitz on
Patton, whose father Shawn was a running back on YSU’s 1994 national championship team, also has Division I offers from West Virginia, Michigan, Syracuse, Michigan State, Boston College, Wisconsin, Kansas, Indiana, Buffalo, Akron, Bowling Green, Toledo, Miami (Ohio) and Kent State. YSU has also pursued him heavily.

Three Idiots on Sports: Ebay Item of the Week: Air Forth One
Craig Forth signed 8x10, that's all you need to know.

Varsity Voices | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
As for Kearney, my first glimpse at Obokoh, the Nigerian native in his first season here, he has all the tools to be a major-college star. Yes, a star. Offensively, he is very raw. But his footwork is good. He’s more mobile and athletic (but not as thick) as Syracuse 7-footer, freshman Fab Melo. He’s actually built more like SU’s other frosh big man, Baye Moussa Keita.

Syracuse University Athletics - Park's Place
Start spreading the news. Now with some time to reflect on the first New Era Pinstripe Bowl, I’m not sure it could’ve gone much better for the winning team. To have played, and won, an exciting game in a unique venue before a good number of fans and alums is as invigorating as the breezes we’re getting this time of year.

Norman Einstein's Sports & Rocket Science Monthly
The final score of the first Pinstripe Bowl, 36-34, is identical to final score of the last Gotham Bowl. In that game, Nebraska held off a furious Miami rally to win. The final minutes of the Pinstripe Bowl are equally manic.

Syracuse beats Wake Forest 48-32. We look...different.

Chandler Jones led all players in the Pinstripe Bowl in wipe-downs (1.0)