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Syracuse Daily Links - Steve Goldsmith Tells A Different Story About Bernie Fine

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SU grad who was with Bernie Fine when the news broke defends his friend |
"You read things like, how could a grown man be with a young teenager?" said Goldsmith. "It’s like if I was 13 and went to the Grand Canyon with my uncle. Bernie’s been family to me. He treats everybody as family. Wherever we’ve been, there’s always a joke that he bumps into somebody that he knows. It’s unbelievable."

Feast Week Preview: Predictions, brackets - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Don’t be surprised if Fab Melo has a breakout game against a depleted Virginia Tech team. (

SU Football: Antwon Bailey on his SU Career - Video |
Syracuse University senior Running Back Antwon Bailey talks with Post-Standard SU football beat writer Nolan Weidner about his career with the Orange, ahead of his final home game against Cincinnati, on Senior Day in the Dome on Saturday.

Cooney: Redshirt decision 'best thing for me' | The News Journal |
"It was a tough decision to make, no doubt," Cooney said in a telephone interview. "Everyone wants to play right away when they get to college. I know with the guards in front of me, it would have been hard to get minutes. I made the decision to redshirt after sitting down and talking with everyone. I realized it was the best thing for me and my future. I will focus on practice and working out and keep getting better."

NIT Season Tip-Off lacking true test for Syracuse | The Juice Online
Call me crazy, but I would like to see a little more competition in our early season tournaments.

Cincinnati, Syracuse face must wins - Big East Blog - ESPN
"It's very important to go to a bowl game," Marrone said. "There are a lot of accomplishments in that, as far as what we've done as a program. And it's very important to have a winning record. There's a lot on the line for us."

Syracuse Orange's Jim Boeheim reiterates support for assistant Bernie Fine - ESPN
Even when the questions steered toward more basketball-related news, Boeheim still wasn't feeling chatty. Asked about Syracuse's planned move from the Big East to the ACC, he said, "That's another thing we're not talking about," then cracked, "We've got a lot of things we can't talk about."

Poliquin: The Raphaels, Irv and Brad, serve Syracuse University as father-and-son doctors |
Both are graduates of Yale School of Medicine. Both are doctors, surgeons, orthopedic specialists. Both are orange-bleeding team physicians (Irv, the head for these past 20 years; Brad, the assistant for seven weeks) for Syracuse University.

Finally, Kenny Haas chimes in with his thoughts on the Bernie Fine allegations...