Syracuse University Athletics - TV Special Chronicles Punter Rob Long's Story Following "Syracuse Sidelines"
Following "Syracuse Sidelines", former Syracuse punter Rob Long and his family will share their story about his frightening ordeal with brain cancer in an exclusive television special. Fourth and Long: Detour to a Dream premieres at 7:30 p.m. on SUathletics.com and Time Warner Cable Sports.
2011 Nike Hoop Summit: Annual Basketball Event Is An NBA Scout's Dream - SBNation.com
The game features a hand-selected group of 10 international players -- generally from three if not four continents -- and has an established track record of uncovering future NBA players. That "World Team" faces a group of 10 top American players -- including many McDonald's All-Americans (including Rakeem Christmas) in a showcase game on Saturday, April 10 at the Rose Garden arena.
Schedule change: Syracuse University football scrimmage Saturday is outside, at 10:15 a.m. | syracuse.com
The Saturday practice for the Syracuse University football team has been moved outside, to the Schwartzwalder-Katz fields behind Manley Field House, and the time has been changed back to the original schedule of 10:15 a.m.
Syracuse University Athletics - Between The Lines
This team both relishes a challenge and thrives when presented with one. The nation’s hardest schedule to this point by any metric has been just that. "In years past some of the cupcakes took away from the fun of it," John Galloway said. "I think we’ve had fun for the past eight weeks. I think that’s the enjoyment of playing college lacrosse, you never get a good break. Especially with our schedule you really don’t get any time off, which is fun. It keeps us on our toes, it keeps us working hard in practice during the week, and it makes every weekend eventful."
Syracuse University Athletics - Come Out to the Ballpark For SU's "Outs for Eats" Campaign
The Syracuse University softball squad has teamed up with Robbie T’s Pizza for the "Outs for Eats" promotion during the 2011 season. Two lucky fans will have an opportunity to win a free small cheese pizza at EVERY home SU softball game.
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Rookie Andy Rautins, who had knee abridement surgery Friday, will miss the rest of the regular season and playoffs, according to a team official.
David Tyree and Team Believe for Eric LeGrand
Rutgers University junior Eric LeGrand was recently released from a rehabilitation center. Fox 5 is told his spirits are high and he believes he will walk again. Now a group of friends -- including former New York Giant David Tyree -- have formed a unique partnership. They believe they can help with LeGrand's journey back.
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After recording just 42 receptions, 484 receiving yards and four touchdown receptions combined in his first two seasons on The Hill at Syracuse, Marcus Sales could have been pegged as an over-hyped high school All-America bust coming out of local Christian Brothers Academy. However, the 6-foot, 177-pound wideout stepped up in the Orange's final four games.
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Legette-Jack is a 1989 graduate of Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y., where she earned a B.A. in Child and Family Studies and a B.A. in Psychology. At Syracuse, Legette-Jack had a stellar career as a basketball player – holding the career rebounding mark (927) and ranking as second in career scoring (1,526). She also was a three-time All-Big East selection and is a member of the Big East 25th Anniversary Team.
Ranking next season’s top 10 " FHSU Leader
9. Syracuse- The Orangemen are likely to return three of their four top scorers. The addition of 6-foot-8 center Rakeem Christmas will help the Orange’s inside game, and will only help to improve the 2-3 zone that Coach Jim Boeheim loves to use to wreak havoc on opposing offenses.
Does Brice Hawkes’ Dismissal Reflect Poorly on Doug Marrone? : Orange Fizz
The Fizz has reason to believe it was for academic reasons. It wouldn’t be surprising if Hawkes ignored his grades, walked the tightrope of probation, and eventually eliminated himself by failing to reach certain GPA mandates.
Syracuse University lacrosse midfielder Jeremy Thompson talks about the Orange's recent struggles at the faceoff X.