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Syracuse Daily Links - Rick Jackson Wins Defensive Player Of The Year

Syracuse forward Rick Jackson is Big East defensive player of the year |
Rick Jackson, Syracuse’s senior forward, has been named Big East Defensive Player of the Year by a vote of the league’s head coaches who were not permitted to vote for their own players.

Rick Jackson - a Cuse Country retrospective - Cuse Country
As is always the case, nobody really knew what we were going to get from these freshmen until the season actually got going. Thus, the first post on Cuse Country that officially referenced Rick Jackson was this sequence of "burning preseason questions".

Blowout Carries Orange Momentum to New York |
Saturday’s 107-59 romp over DePaul may not have taught us a lot about Syracuse, but it did show what the Orange can do when they’re well-rested, motivated, and have momentum on their side, not to mention a little luck and a very bad team in the other locker room.

Otto's Army : Hot or Not, It’s Tournament Time
Two people belly up to the bar to discuss the current state of the Syracuse basketball program and the path they will take over the next few weeks.

Syracuse University Athletics - Three Orange Honored At CHA Banquet
Three members of the Syracuse University women's ice hockey team received honors at the College Hockey America (CHA) postseason banquet on March 3. Sophomore forward Isabel Menard was named First Team All-Conference, while freshman goaltender Kallie Billadeau and fellow classmate, defender Akane Hosoyamada earned a spot on the All-Rookie team.

Herald: Tebucky Jones in Running for New Britain Head Coach - Farmington, CT Patch
According to today’s New Britain Herald, a longtime Farmington resident and former National Football League player Tebucky Jones is in the running for head football coach at New Britain High School.

The Big East's best: No. 12 - Big East Blog - ESPN
A former running back like Smith, Hogue's speed made him a force in space and a vital cog in defensive coordinator Scott Shafer's scheme. He put up solid numbers at the NFL combine and should be looking at a pro career.

Some honoring from this weekend's 2011 Syracuse Hardwood Club Dinner: