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Syracuse's Kris Joseph returns to practice after missing nearly a week with a sore knee |
"It’s irrelevant,’’ Joseph said with a smile. "I’m practicing today so it’s irrelevant.’’

2011 College Basketball Preview: Syracuse Orange |
While replacing Jackson will be a challenge, there’s just too much talent here to ignore. Boeheim will once again field the kind of team that attracts 30,000-plus crowds to the Carrier Dome — one that wins and plays exciting ball. The potential starting lineup of Jardine, Triche, Joseph, Fair and Melo will stretch opposing defenses. Boeheim will supplement that starting five with the likes of Waiters, Southerland and Keita, as well as the freshmen, Carter-Williams and Christmas. Syracuse will fight for the Big East title and should factor into the national championship conversation.

Time for Big East to survive and move on - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Simply put, the Big East has to pick up the pieces the best way it can. Adding divisions, maybe a conference championship game, maybe the best non-AQ in the land. Those are all solutions. Are they sustainable solutions? Are they going to guarantee the future of this conference as an AQ?

NFL: Carter stepping up at RB for Colts " Sports " News and Tribune
"He’s certainly getting a lot more familiar with playing in this league, and what it takes. He’s been able to put some pretty good runs together. Just in terms of his pass protection and those kinds of things, he’s been getting better each week," Coach Jim Caldwell said. "He’s been able to run it pretty well. He’s found seams and created some opportunities. (He’s) making guys miss with power and his natural God-given ability."

Syracuse run game improves - Big East Blog - ESPN
Hackett blames the slow start "100 percent" on himself. "There were times when maybe I got out of it or we needed to throw a little more," Hackett said.

Podcast: Syracuse Preview & Recap Of Pikeville Game | Cardinal Connect
Sean Keeley of joins me to preview the football game on Saturday. We also discuss conference realignment, among other topics.

Attacking "Psycho" fronts and other blitz heavy defensive looks | Smart Football
Scott Shafer's defense gets a looksie in this piece on "psycho front" defenses.

Louisville Football Offer Unique `Pigskin & Ponies Ticket Package - University of Louisville Official Athletic Site
For only $25 per person, fans who purchase the limited "Pigskins & Ponies Presented by Kroger" ticket packages will enjoy an ultimate Louisville fall sports weekend as they watch coach Charlie Strong's Cardinals take on BIG EAST Conference rival Syracuse on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, followed on Sunday, Oct. 30, by an exciting afternoon of racing on the opening day of the 21-day Fall Meet at the world famous home of the Kentucky Derby.

Syracuse University football head coach Doug Marrone talks about the state of the Orange heading into the Lousiville game on Saturday, and the approach he has taken with trying to keep the team healthy and in the best possible physical condition as the season progresses. (Steven J. Pallone / The Post-Standard)

Former Syracuse University football player Lavar Lobdell returns to campus to talk with current Orange players about life on and off the field. In this installment, Lavar drops in to Manley Field House to chat with S.U. right guard Andrew Tiller.(Steven J. Pallone / The Post-Standard).