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Three Idiots on Sports: Orlando Sentinel is Still Not in Love With Syracuse Football
This year Syracuse moves up 33 places in their rankings, checking it at number 71. According to the Sentinel, the only team Syracuse is better than in the Big East is Rutgers.

Making Penn State hoops a Philly factor is latest sales job for its new coach Patrick Chambers | PennLive.com
"Penn State has tried recruiting Philadelphia. It's a bear. You gotta go up against Temple, Villanova, Saint Joe's, the whole Big 5." He might've added Syracuse whose top assistant Mike Hopkins has specialized in pulling kids out of Philly including Rick Jackson, Dion Waiters and Scoop Jardine all on last season's Orange roster.

2011 Syracuse football preview – Offense | The Juice Online
"Marcus Sales has never not had the ability to play," Marrone said. "What I’ve seen in Marcus Sales is that he’s matured to a point of knowing that you have to practice at a consistent level on a daily basis. When you do that, the opportunity for good things to happen will probably happen. I think that’s what showed in the bowl game."

HARVEY L. KATZ | recordonline.com
After World War II, he attended Syracuse University and graduated from the School of Journalism in 1949. While at Syracuse University he was the editor of the Daily Orange Newspaper and wrote a famous story about the night the Archibold gym burned to the ground.

Syracuse's Rick Jackson could provide size, rebounding and energy late in the second round | MLive.com
At the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, Jackson said he had met with the Pistons. "Yeah, I talked to them a while back," Jackson said. "They want tough guys, guys that will rebound the ball, guys that will be consistent night in and night out. "

Syracuse's Jackson hoping to stay in Philly
"It would mean a lot," he said. "Being from there I think I would go out there and play hard anywhere, but just being home and having a home crowd and everybody is coming to see you – that home atmosphere, there is nothing like it."

Despite large capacity, Carrier Dome’s first priority is SU | NewsHouse
From July 10, 2005 to March 21, 2011, 554 official events have taken place in the Dome. Of these events, about 96 per year, only six have not been university or high school sports or SU-sponsored events. In the past year, some of these non-SU athletic events have included the Martin Luther King dinner, preview days for prospective students and the new student convocation.

Big East Power Rankings - Big East Blog - ESPN
4b. Syracuse. I know. I am indecisive here. But hey, this is the Big East, where three-way ties are usually the rule, not the exception. I like what the Orange have returning on offense, even without Delone Carter. The big question is the defense without several players, most notably Doug Hogue and Derrell Smith. There are also are questions at defensive tackle. So my defensive concerns outweigh my hopes for the offense right now.

Coach Tells Fizz 4-Star RB David Perkins Has Made Syracuse The Leader : Orange Fizz
"He has a ton of big offers. One of the [reasons why Syracuse sticks out] I think is that coach Wheatley has established a great rapport with him."

Syracuse Basketball assistant coach Mike Hopkins and graduate assistant Gerry McNamara hold a basketball academy this spring scheduled for May 3rd to June 16. The camp instills life and leadership skills in addition to basketball skills.