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Syracuse Daily Links - Broyld Case Pushed Back

Case of Rochester football star Ashton Broyld pushed back to June 30 |
The district attorney's office wanted Broyld to detail, as part of his plea, his actions on March 9 that brought the original charges.

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What we know is Broyld and his team will admit to wrongdoing. They had a sweetheart deal set up, where all he had to do was pay a paltry $120 fine and perform 80 hours of community service (which would be a nice gesture from the New York Player of the Year without it being forced). But he had to cough up details on what exactly happened that night. At the last moment, Broyld’s team balked at describing the incident, refused the deal and now we’re back in court again on June 30.

Former Syracuse basketball star Rony Seikaly releases new single |
Seikaly DJ's all over the world and signed with Subliminal Records last year. "I'm not doing this to be a celebrity," he said in the New York Times interview. "I'm not doing this to become famous. I'm doing this just to share the love, and to share the music."

During the one-day camp, players receive instruction in a variety of offensive and defensive skills from college coaches from around the country. Almost 300 coaches representing 100 colleges and universities volunteered at the event. UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni was the featured guest speaker and addressed the athletes, who came from 16 different states and Singapore.

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10. Syracuse. UConn has more national titles, but the ‘Cuse has more tradition and the freaky Carrier Dome atmosphere.

Basketball | Springfield News-Leader |
Denmon is one of just 17 college players invited to the Nike-sponsored event. Other players participating include Brandon Triche and Scoop Jardine of Syracuse; Florida's Kenny Boynton, Duke's Seth Curry, Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor, Louisville's Peyton Siva, VCU's Brad Burgess and others.

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