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Jardine enjoying busy summer - YNN, Your News Now
With all of the workouts, Scoop says he's lost seven pounds and plans to lose some more weight before the college season begins.

Redemption: College Hoops World Is Pimping Scoop Jardine This Summer : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
Is it possible for a Scoop Jardine-led team to make the Final Four? Many would say no. Be careful writing Scoop off though, because the notorious loose cannon has developed into a level-headed leader for the Orange. - Colts rookie RB Carter could play key role
Although Carter has not yet received a Colts playbook, he did get DVDs of the offense and has spent a lot of time reviewing his University of Syracuse playbook to stay "football savvy." "Coach Doug Marrone put it on us there with the playbook and a lot transfers over. And even though this lockout has put all of the rookies behind, I feel like I'm ahead of the game because of what I already know from our playbook at Syracuse."

Irish's Coleman commits to Syracuse | Courier-Post |
"I chose Syracuse because of the relationship I had with the coaches," Coleman said Wednesday. "I was mainly recruited by the defensive ends coach, (Tim) Doust, and he made sure he checked up on me and made me more comfortable with the Syracuse football staff. Also, coach (Scott) Shafer, the defensive coordinator. His whole mentality of going after it every play excited me."

Colts Football Star Commits To Syracuse - Half Hollow Hills, NY Patch
"Syracuse believes in him, his coaches and teammates believe in him. It's nice challenge to have," Madden said. "I’m confident he will rise up to any challenge and I’m going to help him in any way that I can."

Syracuse University Athletics - Hillsman Inks an Additional Two
Syracuse University head women’s basketball coach Quentin Hillsman has announced the addition of Shanee Williams (Queens, N.Y.) and Karen van den Nieuwendijk (Amsterdam, Netherland) to the program.

Sylvia Mackey, like her husband John, had her own impact on the NFL : Lindys Sports
As sad as this time is for Sylvia Mackey, which are her first days in 52 years without the love of her life, her heart is surely filled with pride for the good she has done.

Jamesville-DeWitt's Dajuan Coleman selected to the ESPN RISE Games AAU Basketball Super Showcase |
Also, playing in the ESPN Rise Games is another Syracuse recruit, Ricardo Ledo. Kentucky, Syracuse, Providence and Connecticut are high on Ledo's list.

Three Idiots on Sports: C is for Carrier Dome
The Syracuse football program was at a crossroads in the 1970s. A decaying Archbold Stadium, combined with some lean years on the playing field had many questioining the future of Division 1 football in Syracuse. Well, $26 million later, Orange fans were treated to their new digs at 900 Irving Avenue. Along with the arrival of Dick MacPherson, one could argue that the Carrier Dome saved Syracuse football.

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Greats Help Promote Fitness
Three past Syracuse lacrosse stars made a trip to the White House on Monday, July 11 in the name of promoting healthy lifestyles among Native Americans. Former Orange All-Americans and Iroquois lacrosse players Jeremy Thompson, Brett Bucktooth and Oren Lyons were among those invited to the South Lawn as part of the Obama administration’s "Let's Move! Indian Country" initiative.

#SHAMARKO and PTG getting their hill-y grind on...

Antwon Bailey sweeps right against UCLA (?) for the score. Take that, UCLA.