clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Syracuse Daily Links - Colts Hoping For Big Things From Delone Carter

Colts hope NFL rookie Delone Carter takes control of running game - - Fantasy
In April, the team used its fourth-round selection on Syracuse's Delone Carter. It's rare for mid-round picks to bring about such excitement, but in Indianapolis, where fans are desperate for an answer, some believe Carter is holding a golden ticket to the front of the depth chart.

2010 Big East Quarterback Positive Impact Factor - Big East Coast Bias
Despite racking up the third most touchdowns in the Big East, Ryan Nassib of Syracuse also accumulated 13 turnovers last season along with a high rate of negative plays. That combination landed him in last place in the league.

Mind the gap: Syracuse Orange basketball - Rumble In The Garden
If he can handle the banging in the paint, Keita should replace Rick Jackson's rebounding solidly. But playing him - a player who took up a tiny 10% of the team's possessions - means that either the other 4 players will have to pick up the slack from the outside in, or that the Orange will have to rotate big men to generate a mix of defense and scoring.

Fresh FizzCast: ESPN’s Anish Shroff on SU Football, Summer Hoops Recruiting : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
"For Syracuse fans to be optimistic and supportive of the program, I obviously agree with. Clearly I’m in that same boat. I’m optimistic. I’m supportive. I think it’s moving in the right direction. I’m a Doug Marrone guy. I believe that our bar has been set too low in some regards, to where you’re not even allowed to question anything Doug Marrone does, or else it’s some sort of heresy or blasphemy against the program. I just don’t believe in being a sports fan that way."

Breaking Down Pitt's Big East Basketball Schedule - SB Nation Pittsburgh
There's no such thing as an easy Big East schedule, but road games at UConn, Syracuse, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, and West Virginia is maybe even a bit more difficult than usual.

How the NFL’s Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith Can Honor John Mackey | The Philly Post
John Mackey was a giant during his playing career, and his legacy should include more than just big catches and touchdowns. Do right by him.

Lacrosse to hit White House -
Former Syracuse lacrosse player Brett Bucktooth heads a contingent of members of the Onondaga Indian Nation who will be special guests at the White House on Monday morning. Their appearance is part of first lady Michelle Obama's program to get kids into active and healthy lifestyles.

Tar Heels top the Summer Fine 15 |
The Orange were not bitten by the early-entry bug, as multi- faceted guard Kris Joseph decided to stay put. He is not only an important offensive cog, but his long arms and lateral quickness are essential to Jim Boeheim's zone defense. An experienced backcourt is a big-plus during the learning curve months of November and December, so Scoop Jardine and Brandon Triche should put the Orange ahead of the game.

Syracuse University Athletics - Free Youth Basketball Clinic
Head women’s basketball coach Quentin Hillsman is happy to invite girls, grade eight and under, to the Carmelo K. Basketball Center for a free summer basketball clinic scheduled for Sunday, August 21 from 9 a.m. – noon.

Your first look at the Syracuse football team in EA Sports NCAA '12. Can we get that fan at the 0:02 mark some Propecia? Or at least a hat?