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Syracuse Daily Links - Van Chew, Alec Lemon Looking Ahead

Receivers Chew, Lemon work to put 2010 frustrations behind them |
"Right now, I’m pretty certain that the two starters are Van Chew and Alec Lemon," he said. "But I think Dorian (Graham) is fighting for playing time. We expect him to be a contributor. We expect Jarrod West to come in and help us. One of the guys that’s really looked good so far is Adrian Flemming."

SU Freshman Moore is biggest running back on roster : Sports :
When he first approached me, I mistook him for a defensive tackle on the team, until SU Sports Information Director Sue Edson introduced him as Adonis. I couldn't fathom how a back that big could be light footed, then Post-Standard sportswriter Dave Rahme told me he's got quick feet, and that I had to see it for myself.

Talking Points | If Big 12 disappears, Big East would be hoops heaven for KU -
I’m in no way advocating that the Big 12 break apart, but if it did happen, would it be so bad for Kansas to end up in the Big East?

Kevin Durant stars at Goodman League, sets Oct. 1 deadline for potential overseas decision - Wizards Insider - The Washington Post
Durant showcased another side of his game this past Saturday, as he played point guard for his team, tossing an alley-oop pass to Green, and setting up Lanham native and former Syracuse big man Arinze Onuaku inside.

Breaking down the GameDay schedule - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Syracuse at Connecticut, Feb. 25. By the time this game rolls around, the questions will have been answered for both teams: Has Scoop Jardine become the floor leader that the Orange need him to be? Who’s picked up the scoring for UConn now that Kemba Walker is gone? Have Rakeem Christmas and Fab Melo filled in for Rick Jackson? Is Alex Oriakhi even better than he was through the championship run a year ago? The only question that may remain: Who is the best team in the Big East?

Syracuse University Athletics - Catching Up With SU Basketball Greats: Donte Greene
Sacramento Kings forward Donte Greene is second in Syracuse basketball history for points scored by a freshman with 620 during the 2007-08 season. Greene was back in town last week for Jim Boeheim’s Fantasy Camp.

Syracuse University Athletics - Netherlands Out of Quarterfinals
Syracuse University head coach Quentin Hillsman and the U18 Netherlands National Team lost an 88-50 decision in the quarterfinals of the U18 European Championship today.

Mark Kiszla: Two sides to paying college football players - The Denver Post
Should college football players be paid? "No, I don't think so," said Floyd Little, three times an All-America running back at Syracuse during the 1960s.

110812 Potential - Big East Blog - ESPN
Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse. Early reports out of Syracuse camp indicate Jones is wreaking havoc during practice. His goal is to get double-digit sacks this year. With questions inside, he could be relied up on even more to hold down the line.

Looking At The Big East: Syracuse - West Virginia Sports News, Scores and Coverage
"We are definitely a team on the rise," says Bailey. "We’ve done it through characteristics that Coach Marrone has been able to instill in us. Those include responsibility, accountability, discipline and hard work. Those core things were able to get us over that hump, to that winning season, and to a bowl game."

Syracuse University Athletics - Fans Turn Out for the Orange
"We truly appreciate the support," Marrone said over the microphone after practice. "I thank (the fans) for showing up today, and we're going to put a great team out there for you this year."

Wake Forest works on improving defense leading up to season-opener at Syracuse |
"We have to use what happened last year as motivation," linebacker Riley Haynes said Saturday. "We weren’t stopping anybody. As a unit, we have come together and said this is not acceptable."

Some of Jovan Miller's finest plays as a senior at Syracuse.