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Kickoff for Syracuse University's Nov. 5 game at Connecticut is set for noon |
The Syracuse University football game at Connecticut Nov. 5 will kick off at noon and be televised on ESPNU, it was announced today.

FB | Cooper: Dominant Orange victory shows Big East title within reach - Sports - The Daily Orange
The saying goes: You are what your record says you are. And pretty or not, Syracuse is a 5-2 team. And Friday was pretty.

Rivalries, fans lose in league shakeups -
Syracuse does not have to fear its program will slide. Jim Boeheim has built a beast, one which can fill the Carrier Dome with more than 32,000 fans. The question for Syracuse president Nancy Cantor is this: How will Orange fans afford to attend the ACC Tournament?

More mature Waiters hoping to make more of an impact - YNN, Your News Now
Syracuse sophomore guard Dion Waiters admits he did not have a team-first attitude as a true freshman last season, but now he says it's all about the team and doing whatever he can to help the Orange live up to their lofty expectations.

Texas Tech Red Raiders among teams that played spoiler in Week 8 - ESPN
Syracuse coach Doug Marrone, who has guided his alma mater out of the Big East's cellar during the past three seasons, watched the Orange upset No. 15 West Virginia 49-23 at the Carrier Dome on Friday night. It was Syracuse's first victory over a top-15 foe since 2002.

Uphill climb: Syracuse's three freshmen face steep learning curve |
As a freshman just one week into preseason practices, Carter-Williams is getting a crash course in college basketball. Whenever Carter-Williams crashes, Hopkins burns. "I get all over Michael every day,’’ Hopkins said.

Syracuse Eyeing Another Pair of Florida Speedsters, But No Offers Yet : Orange Fizz
Florida continues to be a priority for Doug Marrone. Speed was a central component in the win over West Virginia and Syracuse is plucking talent in the Sunshine State for more of it. Take a look at the 2012 verbal commits: there’s four from Florida already. SU is also looking at two more in Rodney Singleton (pictured) and Marcus Gordon, both out of Hawhorne HS.

Mountaineer defense didn't have a chance  - Sports - Charleston Daily Mail - West Virginia News and Sports -
"It's probably my worst loss ever," Smith said when asked about it being the most lopsided decision of his WVU days. "It's disappointing because we worked so hard. We prepared hard. We felt like we had a good game plan. We felt like we had everything to prove. It's just disappointing that we didn't come out and put our best foot forward."

Donovan McNabb: End Of The Road For Former Syracuse Star? - SB Nation New York
Did we witness the end of Donovan McNabb's career as a viable NFL quarterback on Sunday? That is a strong possibility.

Big East Football Notebook 10.24.11: Get Used To The Unpredictable - SB Nation New York
The Bearcats (6-1, 2-0 Big East) last-second win, its fifth consecutive, helped the league, just two-full weeks into its schedule, avoid a seven-team tie atop of its standings.

Syracuse University Athletics - 'Til We Meet Again
There are times in life when things just go right. And the funny thing is it’s often completely unpredictable when such an alignment of the planets will happen. It just happens. A pleasant surprise.

Kenny Haas recaps one of the biggest wins in the Doug Marrone era as Syracuse thumps West Virginia in the Carrier Dome winning 49-23.