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MBB | Founding history: Formation of Big East forged, strengthened basketball rivalries - Sports - The Daily Orange
"It made us a national program," Boeheim said. "We were an eastern program, as was everybody else. And the league made us a national program and able to play for national championships. That's what the Big East did. It was a great, great help for our program."

FB | Proud past: Joining ACC rekindles old rivalries for previously dominant Syracuse - Sports - The Daily Orange
Syracuse competed with the likes of the Hurricanes and Hokies and had a Northeast rivalry with Boston College throughout the 1990s as well. And when Syracuse announced its move from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference on Sept. 18, it meant those rivalries would be rekindled.

Westbound And Down: What The Big East Should Have Done To Prevent Its Impending Doom -
The Big East is about to morph into something nearly unrecognizable from its original form. How did the conference get here and what could it have done to prevent its fate?

Watch Syracuse's entire production of Midnight Madness on your computer via ESPN3 |
Former Providence coach (and SU assistant) Tim Welsh pairs with SU graduate Rich Hollenberg to provide the Orange commentary. All of it will be live on ESPN3. Some of it might be live on ESPNU.

Resourceful Syracuse working overtime | Democrat and Chronicle |
Among the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision schools, only Syracuse (3) and Louisiana Tech (2) have played in more than one OT game.

West Virginia University Mountaineers - MSNsportsNET.Com
"Syracuse poses some problems, much like UConn did. They’re a big, physical team, and they’re going to try to pound us and keep us off the field. UConn did that for a quarter, then we got it together after that. That’s going to be Syracuse’s plan, as well. Our goal at the end of the week is to be a week better and to learn something."

The Lax Hostel recently caught up with Syracuse legend Mike Powell following the LXM Pro lacrosse game in Radnor, PA