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Off-field activities get Syracuse University fullback Adam Harris nominated for Good Works Team |
Community service activities Harris is involved in include volunteering at the Justice Center in Syracuse and working in a support program for 16-to 18-year-olds who are trying to turn their lives around. "Any kind of confidence you can give them, any kind of inspiration is huge, they're learning to find their way out," Harris said.

See the full field for the Preseason NIT |
Should the Orange win both games -- and it will be the clear favorite out of the North Region -- it then ventures to Madison Square Garden to play two more games. Those games will be played Nov. 23 and 25.

Big East player rankings: Tight ends - Big East Blog - ESPN
2. Nick Provo, Syracuse. Provo has made himself quite valuable in the passing game, having caught 33 passes for 365 yards last season. Can he stay healthy all year?

Syracuse University freshman will play on U.S. Under-19 lacrosse team in 2012 |
Ralph D’Agostino, who will be a freshman at Syracuse University this fall, has been named to the 2012 U.S. Men’s Under-19 Lacrosse Team, according to SU. He is one of 23 players who made the U.S. roster after four days of tryouts at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

The Score 1260 - WSKO Syracuse
The Axeman talks Cuse football with ESPN's big east blogger Andrea Adelson.

Summer Kickoff Preview No. 2: Calling The Shots > The BIG EAST Conference > News
Syracuse’s Ryan Nassib shared snaps with Greg Paulus in 2009 before taking over as the starter in 2010. Among his highlights last year were a school-record five touchdown passes against Maine and an excellent game in the Orange’s New Era Pinstripe Bowl win over Kansas State. Nassib should benefit from a strong core of returning receivers and the one of the most experienced groups of offensive linemen in the BIG EAST.

Big East player rankings: Running backs - Big East Blog - ESPN
4. Antwon Bailey, Syracuse. The Orange lose Delone Carter, the No. 3 rusher in the league, but Bailey got his share of reps and carries last season, running for 554 yards and two touchdowns. He is a different type of back than Carter, lacking the power that his predecessor had. But I think he has a chance to have a 1,000-yard season, especially behind one of the best lines in the league.

The Can Ball Report Chats With Coach Leo Rautins - Raptors HQ
With the start of the new Senior Men's National Team well underway before the Olympic qualifying Tournament of the Americas, Can Ball Ray spoke with Head Coach Leo Rautins about the first phase of the training camp.

Final chapter in Harry Potter movie franchise stirs nostalgia for SU fans worldwide - Feature - The Daily Orange
Eight days after the London premiere, dressed as Ginny Weasley, Mitchell attended the midnight premiere in Syracuse at the Shoppingtown Mall and saw the final film. Mitchell describes herself as a big fan of Harry Potter. She attended every midnight release of the books, as well as every midnight movie premiere. Last Winter Break, Mitchell visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando in Florida.

Boston College Football Recruiting And The Garden State - BC Interruption
Obviously, no one recruits Jersey like Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Rutgers hauled in 107 recruits from NJ over the time period, averaging nearly 10 a class. But after Rutgers, and a sizable drop-off, there's Boston College in second with 30 commitments. Penn State is third with 22 commits, Syracuse fourth with 18 and UConn fifth with 16.

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