Big lineup will play more often | The Juice Online
“We’ve got to play the bigger lineup some of the time and get size in there,” Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. “Both guys are key for us as we go forward at the end of the year in order for us to be some place.”
Hopkins is not all "Fun and Games" : Sports : CNYCentral.com
We were curious what other sports or games besides basketball Hopkins gets fired up for, and his answers range from laser tag to playing the board game "Connect Four" with former SU player Paul Harris.
Brandon Weeden, Tank Carder headline annual All Two-Star Team - Andy Staples - SI.com
DE Chandler Jones, Syracuse (two stars in class of 2008): Jones was a 6-5, 236-pound tight end from Endicott, N.Y., who also received interest from Buffalo and Connecticut. He has grown into a 250-pound defensive end who was named second-team All-Big East in 2010 after recording 57 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and four sacks.
Tagging along: Die-hard SU basketball fans share tips on tailing the team on the road - The Daily Orange - Feature
Cue the questions: How can you get there? Where do you sleep? How much money should you bring? Take it easy — we've got you covered. Read on for tips from four dedicated fans who mastered the art of tailing a team and made some memories along the way.
Ex-Duke star Greg Paulus demonstrates familiar intensity as Navy assistant basketball coach
After four years of playing basketball at Duke and one year of playing football at Syracuse, Paulus's playing days are finished. He is now nearing the end of his first season as an assistant on Lange's staff, a crash-course in the coaching side of college basketball that Paulus says he has long dreamed about.
Syracuse University lacrosse seniors are 1-3 vs. Virginia, 46-3 vs. the rest of the country | syracuse.com
All four games vs. the Cavs have been one-goal affairs, an accurate reflection of how close the series is between the two teams. They have played each other 23 times in a 16-year span beginning in 1994, with Virginia winning 12 times and SU 11.
A look at the Big East men's basketball bracket if the tournament started today | syracuse.com
“This league is so hard that it’s really hard to believe sometimes,’’ Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said after the Orange’s win at Georgetown on Saturday. “One game is going to be the difference between fourth-place and ninth-place. If we lose this game, we’re almost in ninth-place. That’s how messed up this whole thing is. It makes no sense. But it is what it is. It’s a difficult league.’’
Jim Brown, an NFL legend and lacrosse player - ESPN
Brown helped create possibilities for black athletes by playing football and lacrosse at Syracuse University in the mid-1950s, a time when racial integration in collegiate and professional sports was still very much developing. Since Brown, the most recognizable black lacrosse player has likely been current pro Kyle Harrison. The four-time Major League Lacrosse All-Star was the NCAA player of the year as a senior at Johns Hopkins in 2005, nearly 50 years after Brown's playing days.
The Score 1260 - WSKO Syracuse
Rick Jackson has been an absolute monster for Syracuse this season. I couldn't even imagine the wrath a student reporter would face if they implied Ricky was overrated a la Gerry McNamara in 2006. It wouldn't be pretty. Good ole 00 leads the Big East in rebounding, blocked shots, FG% and double doubles. But is it going to be good enough? When it comes to being one of 6 players to make the All Big East 1st Team, as voted on by the coaches, I'm not sure. I'm sure it deserves to, but I don't think it will.
Five games to watch this season in the Big East – College Gridiron 365 Blog – Orlando Sentinel
Syracuse at Pittsburgh, Sat., Dec. 3 - Another team on the rise is Syracuse. Last season, the Orange finished a surprising 8-5, its best season in over a decade and earning its first bowl appearance since 2004. Doug Marrone’s group was led by quarterback Ryan Nassib, who threw for 2,334 yards. The defense held teams to 18.1 points per game, second in the league. Last season, the Panthers embarrassed Syracuse, 45-14 as QB Tino Sunseri threw four touchdown passes and the defense forced four turnovers
An Ode to Jim Boeheim - Casual Hoya
Georgetown lost. I lost. And now we all lose. As a result of a bet I made with Hoya Suxa, I am contractually obligated to pen a poem extolling Jim Boeheim. I am never betting again, well at least not until the next time Georgetown plays Syracuse.
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