Rivals.com College Basketball - Preseason Top 32: No. 6 Syracuse
Syracuse looks primed for a big season. If the Orange can adequately replace Jackson, who was underrated nationally, they can win the Big East title. Boeheim has more depth than usual, and how he deploys it will be interesting to watch.
2011-12 Syracuse basketball preview | The Juice Online
There are tremendous expectations on the 2011-12 Syracuse basketball team.
3-point shot: Trey Burke stepping up - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said there have been discussions with the Maui Invitational about the 2013 field to ensure the Orange and Maryland were in opposite brackets in case both schools are in the ACC at the time.
Conference Countdown: No. 1 -- Big East - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com
2. Syracuse: The Orange will have to replace big man Rick Jackson, but everyone else of note returns for Jim Boeheim. Scoop Jardine, Brandon Triche and Dion Waiters comprise arguably the league's top perimeter trio while Kris Joseph is coming off a season in which he averaged 14.3 points. Big men of note are sophomore Fab Melo, freshman Rakeem Christmas and Baye Moussa Keita.
College Basketball Conferences with the Highest Average Attendance - Yahoo! Sports
The Big East ranked second in average attendance at 11,323. The Big East has two big attendance teams in Syracuse (22,312 per game average) and Louisville (21,832), who are number two and number three in the nation in home attendance per game respectively.
Syracuse Orange have to regroup again - WSJ.com
With four games left and only one more win needed to become bowl eligible for the second straight year, Syracuse is still searching for that elusive trait great teams possess — consistency.
craighoffman " Blog Archive " CIAW 10/30: Sean Keeley
Sean Keeley from NunesMagician.com joins us to preview the SU Hoops season and his new book "Orange Tipoff". I ask Sean "a good question" and some other queries on the upcoming campaign.
Tricks and treats in the Big East - Big East Blog - ESPN
Scary movie. Syracuse 49, West Virginia 23. The Orange knew what they did last season in a victory over West Virginia and did it all over again on Oct. 21, spooking the Mountaineers perhaps worse than even LSU. That loss dropped West Virginia from No. 15 to No. 25 in the BCS standings, leaving the Big East as the only AQ league without a team ranked in the top 15.
Kenny watches the Orange deflate after an embarrassing loss at Louisville on Saturday. But hey, SU hoops returns with an exhibition game this week!
The unique story of Redshirt Freshman quarterback Terrel Hunt of Syracuse University. You will like Terrel Hunt after watching this.