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Year in Sports | Locked out: NFL lockout leaves uncertain future for SU's undrafted - The Daily Orange - Sports
"How does that player still maintain that dream and development of becoming an NFL player, when after the last round is over Saturday, it ends?" Marrone said. "I feel for that because we may be talking about one of our players that way. "I think a lot of them, if not all of them, might be in a camp. And it might not work out that way." College Football - Changing the culture can be key to success
Ryan Nassib was one of Syracuse's MVPs before he ever started a game at quarterback. When coach Doug Marrone arrived in 2009, he changed the dress code for road trips -- business suits now were required. Nassib had little trouble adjusting because he had graduated a year earlier from a private Catholic school that had a dress code.

Hall of Fame running back Floyd Little says line must be drawn on illegal hits -
Floyd Little often sees fans celebrating after mind-altering, brain-rattling football hits. He has a different reaction. "Those kind of things should bring tears to your eyes," he said.

2011 Lions Draft Picks' Numbers Announced - SB Nation Detroit
Fifth-round pick Doug Hogue, a linebacker from Syracuse, will wear No. 52.

Trick up his sleeve: SU alum conjures up, teaches MAYmester course on blogging - The Daily Orange - Feature
Keeley will teach one section of this course with both undergraduate- and graduate-level students meeting together. The class is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from May 16 to May 20, and as of 5 p.m. Monday, it still had seven seats available. The course is available thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Ruth Ivor Foundation of New York City in support of the School of Information Studies' social media efforts.

Syracuse University lacrosse offense clicked on all cylinders during 11-8 victory over Irish |
"We have a lot of speed on our team," he said. "And when the spacing is right the speed really helps. We went on their short sticks, and when the time was right we went on their poles."

Getting to Know The Colts 2011 NFL Draft Picks: Runningback Delone Carter - Stampede Blue
For today's post, we chat with Sean Keeley, editor of SB Nation's Syracuse blog, Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician. Sean is going to talk to use about Indy's fourth round pick in the 2011 NFL draft: Delone Carter, RB.

Best NBA players born in Brooklyn, NY - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
Carmelo Anthony was born in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn on May 29, 1984. Anthony's father passed away when he was two, and his family moved to Baltimore when he was eight. After high school, Melo went to Syracuse University for one season, and led The Orange to the NCAA Championship as a freshman in 2003.

Syracuse University lacrosse attackman Stephen Keogh saves best games for Irish defense |
"You have to account for him all the time," Irish coach Kevin Corrigan said. "I think he hurt us when we didn’t slide off of him, and he hurt us when we did. That’s a pretty good player right there. He’s the guy you have to account for as a unit, and I didn’t think we did a great job of that tonight."

Boeheim hosts 12th Annual Basketball Gala - YNN, Your News Now
"I think we're going to raise a lot of money and be able to help kids in this area, we work with a lot of different groups and hope to continue to do that and still continue to raise money for coaches vs. cancer which raises money for everybody," said Jim Boeheim, organizer, SU Basketball Head Coach.

Look, I'm not saying Adam McMonagle is better than you. No, I'm not saying that at all. I'm SHOWING it to you.