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Coaching survey: Smartest guys around - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Phil Martelli, Saint Joseph’s: Jim Boeheim. "I don’t think people appreciate how well he knows the game. You could ask him the top freshmen right now and he could tell you. He really studies the game.’’

Coaching survey: Late-game situations - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Ben Howland, UCLA: Tom Izzo, Jim Boeheim or Jim Calhoun. "Those three guys have been through just about every situation you can imagine.’’

2011 Football preview – Week 2, Rhode Island | The Juice Online
Rhode Island has reason to be optimistic heading into the 2011 season. Despite finishing 5-6 (4-4 CAA) last season, the Rams return a veteran group of players on offense, including a solid offensive line, and weapons across the running back and wide receiver position.

Gazette.Net: Middletown senior agrees to play football at Syracuse
Coach [Doug] Marrone has turned the program around. He's bringing discipline to the team. The program is under the radar a little bit, but due for a big-time year.

Towanda's Harris finding success on, and off, the field - Sports - Daily Review
"You definitely never want to be just a one-dimensional person," he said. "You want to be successful at everything you do. It's something coach (Doug) Marrone preaches. He wants you to be successful not only on the field, but also in life. And, that's something I have worked toward."

2011 Report Card: Andy Rautins | KnickerBlogger.Net
Let’s face it: A capacity Garden crowd chanting your name at the end of blowouts is only cool while it’s happening. Whether a product of D’Antoni’s notoriously fickle rotations, or a simple lack of skillz translation from college to The Show, Rautins’ rookie campaign was a non-starter.

Catching Up: Former Syracuse football player Andre Fontenette now a coach |
Fontenette then spent some time at Wagner College in Staten Island and the University of Maine, before becoming the full-time wide receivers coach at Campbell University in North Carolina. The 2011 season will be his second year at the Football Championship Subdivision school.

Renee Baumgartner, Oregon’s top women’s athletic administrator, leaves for Syracuse | After coaching golf, Baumgartner was key in bringing lacrosse, acrobatics to Oregon
Oregon senior women’s administrator Renee Baumgartner is leaving after more than 20 years in the UO athletic department to take a position as deputy athletic director/chief of staff at Syracuse.

College Football Countdown: Nos. 66-70 - Washington Times
The Orange took an admirable step in the win column in 2010, as Doug Marrone continued constructing out of the rubble left for him by a coach Syracuse fans would no doubt prefer to refer to as "He Who Shall Not Be Named." (For the record, his name was Greg Robinson).

2011 NIT Season Tip-Off Field: Syracuse In Good Shape; Stanford...Not So Much - Blogging the Bracket
As for the four quadrants, Syracuse has a very easy path to the Big Apple, Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech may be tested, particularly in game two, while Stanford is on upset alert.

2011 Season Preview: The Pittsburgh Panthers And What's Good -
A look at the 2011 Pittsburgh Panthers football team. Can Todd Graham, with his fast-paced offense and (for now) undersized defense, succeed where Dave Wannstedt did not?

Taj Smith, jumping a 57-inch hurdle...