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It's 'Knights-time for indoor soccer in Syracuse | syracuse.com
"We wanted to play on orange. Everyone has orange (clothing) in Syracuse," Taylor said. "Silver came from the name. Black, it’s a good off-color."

Big East player rankings: OL - Big East Blog - ESPN
5. Justin Pugh, tackle, Syracuse. Pugh had quite the impressive debut season, starting all 13 games at left tackle as a redshirt freshman en route to second-team All Big East honors. He might not be huge (6-foot-5, 287 pounds), but he is athletic and should be among the best in the league.

Orange football links: where will Syracuse finish in the 2011 Big East standings? | syracuse.com
Most prognosticators are expecting Syracuse to finish near the middle of the Big East pack and tampabay.com's South Florida blogger Greg Auman and his readers mostly agree.

In the Barber's Chair - Video Library - The New York Times
N.F.L. Hall of Famer Jim Brown joins William C. Rhoden of The New York Times in a barbershop in Harlem.

The Dalton Crossan File: Syracuse Offers - Sachem, NY Patch
Crossan has now been offered by Syracuse, Stony Brook and C.W. Post for football. He also has received offers for lacrosse from Stony Brook, Hofstra and the University of Detroit Mercy.

Future Boston College Football Scheduling: Finding Room For BYU - BC Interruption
I have no problem playing two BCS-calibre independents and Syracuse in a season and feel the program needs this type of scheduling to continue to build interest in going to the Heights on Saturdays in the fall.

Far more than football: A rock legend recalls John Mackey's brilliant life | syracuse.com
So began a friendship that endured until Mackey died. "When he got into the football Hall of Fame, I called him," Cavaliere said. "And when I got into the (rock) Hall of Fame, he called me."

RICK PITINO - Louisville Cardinals | Official Website
And now for something radical. In my opinion, 17 teams is too big. Have two divisions in our conference. Call it whatever the boys come up with from the Pub. For now, we will call it the East and West.

Syracuse's Brandon Triche respects Dajuan Coleman's difficult decision; stays out of conversation | syracuse.com
"That’s not my job, to speak to him about what school he’s supposed to go to," Triche said earlier this week. "It’s his family and the college that’s trying to persuade him. So I pretty much talk about regular basketball stuff, regular life stuff. With guys who are just heavy basketball, basketball, basketball, they don’t want to talk about basketball all the time. So once we play, it’s ‘All right, game’s over, whatcha gonna do after?’ He’s got enough pressure."

Big East Coaches – Putting Together An All-Star Staff | RFootballBlog.com
Offensive Line Coach & Recruiting Coordinator - Doug Marrone, Syracuse

Scout.com: Big East Bloggers: 5 Thoughts on LBs
While Spruill is no stranger to Big East play, his increased role in the defensive lineup at Syracuse makes him a prime candidate for a breakout season. With a phenomenal freshman campaign under Spruill’s belt, where he recorded 51 tackles and nine tackles for loss starting in the outside linebacker position, this hard-nose player is shifting his focus in 2011, moving into the middle linebacker slot. Questions remain about his size and ability to make the big play in necessary situations, but if the transition goes well look for Spruill to be an enigma for defensive coordinators in 2011.

Syracuse native Beth Mowins will be part of ESPN2's college football broadcasts on Saturdays this fall | syracuse.com
Mowins will be paired up with color analyst Mike Bellotti, the former head coach at the University of Oregon.

Mazel Tov to Rosanne and Steve, who seemed to have had a very festive, very Cuse-y wedding party:

Steve & Rosanne's Photo Boothique: Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University and the OnCenter from James Bass on Vimeo.