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Syracuse Orange lament another tournament disappointment, but future again seems awful bright - The Washington Post
Still, heading into the offseason, the two big men have logged meaningful minutes in what was a solid season that saw Syracuse rise as high as No. 3 in the Top 25 and defeat six ranked teams.

How fitting that Scoop Jardine would end Syracuse's seasonBeyond the Arc
I’m not saying Scoop Jardine is a bad basketball player, he’s just not a very smart one.

Got a question for Doug Marrone? Just ask. |
If ever you’ve wanted to ask Doug Marrone, Syracuse University's head football coach, a question, here’s your chance.

Pack opens spring practice - NC State -
Linebacker E.J. Carter, a transfer from Syracuse, did not practice Thursday and will not participate in spring drills for academic reasons, O'Brien said. Carter, a middle linebacker, is not listed on State's organizational chart. "I'd say it pushes him way back," O'Brien said of Carter's progress on the depth chart.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers a front-runner for 'Hard Knocks' in 2011, sources say - ESPN
Coach Raheem Morris is known for his outgoing personality and could be a natural fit. Appearing on the show could also help the Bucs market young players like quarterback Josh Freeman, receiver Mike Williams and running back LeGarrette Blount.

Two burglaries occur on South Campus during break - The Daily Orange - News
Both burglaries were reported to DPS on March 11 and remain open. The first burglary occurred at 211 Lambreth Lane on March 11 between 1 a.m. and 8 a.m., and the second occurred at 420 Chinook Drive on March 11 at 11:30 a.m., according to DPS daily crime logs.

Three Idiots on Sports: Watch Doug Hogue Tackle People
Syracuse linebacker Doug Hogue did his share hitting people during his time at Syracuse. He's a prospect NFL teams are considering as the NFL draft approaches and is rated by this service as the 16th best outside linebacker prospect in the country. With that said, watch Doug tackle people, it will help - at least a little. Syracuse Offers Lewis spoke to Hammonton, N.J., native Kaiwan Lewis on Monday night about his newest offer from the Orange, a school that he says was the first to ever contact him. Harris Likes SU's RB Tradition
Drew Harris was good for 2,010 yards as a sophomore for Downingtown East High School and last season he came up 50 yards short of that mark at 1,960 yards, but did so on 79 less carries. Syracuse just offered the four-star tailback and he spoke with us about their history at the position on Monday.