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Syracuse Daily Links - Thursday Is Chad Kelly Day (Maybe)

Syracuse football links: Top QB recruit Chad Kelly might push back announcement |
Chad Kelly, nephew of Buffalo Bills great Jim Kelly and the No. 5 quarterback recruit in the nation according to ESPN, had been expected to announce his college decision at a new conference on Thursday.'s Roger Brown is reporting, though, that Kelly might push back his announcement a few days.

Already A Win for Syracuse To Be In The Chad Kelly Sweepstakes Until the End : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
No one thinks Syracuse is going to all of a sudden become the TCU of the Big East (although, now with the Horned Frogs in the Big East we’ll have to change that metaphor). But the next step in creating a Northeastern football force, like SU last enjoyed during the McNabb Era, is by locking down a few stud recruits – especially one in Western New York.

Six Football Series We'd Like to See Big East Schools Start or Renew - Big East Coast Bias
Syracuse vs. Boston College - This series recently came back to life, which has been great to see. Another matchup teams that were once Big East brethren, but whose series predates Big East football, Boston College and Syracuse are just 5.5 hours apart and previously met every year from 1961 to 2004.

2011 Syracuse football preview – Defense & Special Teams | The Juice Online
Syracuse enjoyed one of its best years in recent memory on defense, as the Orange held opponents to 19.3 points a game, good with 17th in the NCAA. But much of that unit from last year is gone, as the Orange will have to replace more than half of its starters. Still, Syracuse coach Doug Marrone has some experience to work with. Wes Brown Talks SU
Wes Brown is a highly coveted running back from Olney, Md., who currently holds around 45 scholarship offers and is the type of player that could be a huge building block for Syracuse on offense. We spoke with him on Tuesday night as he’s showing interest in SU and found that the staff was giving him plenty of love at camp this past weekend.

Pitt, Penn State To Meet In Football - Black Shoe Diaries
It will be 11 years this fall since Pitt and Penn State met on the gridiron at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. The Nittany Lions will finally get a chance to seek vengeance for their 12-0 loss in that matchup, however, as the wait for the rivalry to renew is finally over. The schools announced today they'll meet in a home-and-home series beginning in 2016 at Heinz Field.

Brooklyn Eagle, Bay Ridge Eagle Brooklyn, NY :: daily paper in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn native, who will attend Syracuse University in the fall, following in the footsteps of fellow Fort Hamilton alum and recent Philadelphia Eagles second-round draft pick Jaiquan Jarrett, received the Wingate Award Monday as the city’s top PSAL football player. - Rome news, sports, entertainment from the online home of the Rome Daily Sentinel
The Recreation Department and the Rome Sports Hall of Fame have announced the dates for the 2011 Coach Stan Evans Big Orange Basketball Camp for boys in grades 5 through 12. The camp will be held Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Rome Free Academy main gymnasium. Lunch will be served on the course at noon, followed by a social hour with an alumni group of athletic luminaries from Syracuse University, and an awards dinner at 4 o’clock.

Bulls check out Florida's finest football prospects - UB Football - The Buffalo News
UB has to branch out beyond Western New York to find prospects because others are learning there is talent here. Syracuse University held a satellite camp at Buffalo State on Sunday, which means some of the area's prospects were split between both camps.

Some footage from this weekend's Syracuse University Rising Seniors Football Camp: