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Syracuse Daily Links - Ger Schwedes Jacket Up For Grabs

Lot Detail - 1959 Ger Schwedes Syracuse University Worn Team-Issued Football Jacket (Copy of Schwedes COA) (Team Captain) (National Championship Season)
On the front left breast is the player first name "Ger" in orange chain stitch with a wool football patch above. Across the back is "SYRACUSE" in orange chenille. The jacket shows wear and appears to have no alterations of any kind. It is accompanied by additional documentation as well as a photo of Ger holding the jacket.

Mike Lindsley to Host Noon-2p on WSKO
After a variety of hosts have shared fill-in duties following the departure of Danny Parkins, we’ve learned Mike Lindsley will be taking over as permanent host for the midday show at sports-talk The Score 1260 (WSKO). He’ll officially begin as host on May 2.

Harris hoping for another successful year for Syracuse football - Sports - Daily Review
"Ever since he made the switch over to fullback, he's been doing a great job for us," explained Bailey. "For him to make the leap from lower level football and jumping up to division one and convert to fullback. It's incredible with what he's done."

Syracuse University lacrosse defense allows fewers goals than last season's national best |
Syracuse (12-1) will enter Saturday’s 7 p.m. showdown with No. 1 Notre Dame (10-0) in the Carrier Dome allowing only 7.23 goals per game after holding Providence and Rutgers scoreless for stretches of 50-plus minutes in the last two games.

Jon Jones' older brother, Arthur, has his own athletic ability - Jeff Wagenheim -
"With this NFL lockout making everything uncertain," Jones said, "all of us players have to find ways to keep ourselves active. So I'm doing MMA. It's my cross-training."

The Big East's 1,000-yard receivers in 2011 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Van Chew, Syracuse, Sr.: An under-the radar choice, Chew showed great improvement last season and finished with 611 receiving yards despite being hampered by injury late in the year. He's not a big guy, so he'll have to take a pounding and be durable, but he could end his career with a flourish. Also keep an eye on his teammate, Marcus Sales.

Of course the BIG EAST is represented by Capital Classic players with the following players participating this time around: Trevor Cooney (Syracuse), Myles Mack (Rutgers), Jabarie Hinds (West Virginia), Greg Whittington (Georgetown), Achraf Yacoubou (Villanova), Tyrone Johnson (Villanova), Malcolm Gilbert (Pittsburgh) and a guy that could very well end up in the league, Kelvin Amayo.

Learnings from the Weekend - College Crosse
Syracuse absolutely owned Rutgers on Saturday (as they should) in almost every aspect of the game. The Orange held the Scarlet Knights scoreless for almost 54 minutes. Huge performance by Hopkins transfer Tom Palasek who had three goals and three assists.