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Syracuse Daily Links - Delone Carter Can Do It - Delone Carter can do it
''I've seen guys with great talent, I've seen guys with all the tools. But if those little things are missing, like the work ethic, the discipline and the focus, they don't make it a long time,'' Wheatley said. ''This guy has all of that. It's almost a 'I will not be stopped' mentality. If something will possibly stop him, he will ward it off and fight it off and try and overcome it in any way, shape or form.''

Patriots' Prospects Week in Review: Running Backs - Pats Pulpit
Delone Carter, Syracuse - Carter's a big back who can move the pile. He's basically BenJarvus Green-Ellis, with more speed, better pass blocking ability, and lower decision making abilities. He's another 4th or 5th round pick, but I'm not positive if he'd be what the Patriots' are looking for.

FB | Hawkes moves forward after dismissal from SU program - The Daily Orange - Sports
"Glad to have had the opportunity," Hawkes wrote in an email to The Daily Orange on Sunday. "Now it's time to move forward."

Syracuse University coaches doing some interior redesign work on defensive line |
"First, you’re looking for who is going to step up. Is anyone really going to step up and take that position as a whole," said head coach Doug Marrone, who sees the committee approach as a last resort. "At the end of the day, if your production isn’t at a level where you feel you can win consistently, then I think you go to the next phase of the committee."

Former Syracuse player Howard Triche puts on tournament to help community |
Triche is organizing a Spring Break Basketball Tournament to benefit the Brady Faith Center and the Southwest Community Center. The games will be held at the Southwest Community Center from April 18-22.

Games went just about as expected - Hawaii News -
Earlier yesterday, we went to the Jewish coaches breakfast with former Rainbows assistant Eran Ganot. I learned from Bernie Fine, Syracuse's longtime assistant, that the Orange will play on Maui in 2013.

Top 5: Unlikely champs in NCAA hoops | John Keim | Cheers & Jeers | Washington Examiner
5. Syracuse (2003) " There's no doubt Syracuse was talented with freshman Carmelo Anthony and future NBA player Hakeem Warrick. But the third-seeded Orange eliminated two No. 1 seeds before beating second-seeded Kansas 81-78 for the title.

Faceoff: Postscript from Syracuse vs. Duke - College lacrosse news, scores, schedules
After back-to-back five-goal outputs in one-goal wins against Johns Hopkins and Villanova, Syracuse needed to remind the lacrosse community that, well, they’re Syracuse. The top-ranked Orange got that message across on Sunday night, scoring nine goals in the first half en route to a 13-11 victory over No. 4 Duke at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic at The New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

An unfortunate side effect of UConn’s postseason run - Cuse Country
SU will have some work to do next year to maintain Boeheim’s rightful position ahead of Calhoun.

I only slightly embarrass myself in this video for the Squeez My Tees' Boeheim Screamer T-shirt: