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Syracuse Daily Links - Who Wants To Be Our Punter?

Syracuse University football coaches to look hard at special teams in Saturday's Ernie Davis scrimmage |
Anselmo said the other night that neither punter has shown enough consistency to win the job yet. In fact, he said one kicks better from the left hash mark and the other kicks better from the right side of the field.

The Evening Sun | Milford Academy grooming SU recruits
Syracuse University has taken advantage of Milford Academy’s close locale since the school relocated to New Berlin eight seasons ago. Top prospects Aston Broyld and Tyree Smallwood, both from New York State high schools, will likely join the Orange next season.

Our commentariat often performs acts of derring-do unheard of in most corners of the internet, but... - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Our commentariat often performs acts of derring-do unheard of in most corners of the internet, but today one EDSBSsian went hard like a Russian, facelifted the bar with an unseen bravery, and called in not once, but twice to the Paul Finebaum show. He used the words hookers in connection with Craig James. He mentioned random murders. He shouted out Holly Anderson on air, and then became the first person in the history of humanity to shout out Syracuse on air on the Finebaum Radio Network.

Two weeks remain in the Fulmer Cup season, and the fifty-nine point gulf between Auburn and the rest of college football as we know it stands. At this point, we'd need something super dramatic to happen.

ESPN And Traditional Media Have Apparently Swallowed Their Whistles | August
The reality is that ESPN and all the other newspaper writers, TV personalities, Scout, Rivals, and radio folks in that press box that day just don't want to ruffle any feathers and bite the hand that feeds them. There is just no incentive to go after a team, college, or league's dirty laundry when a good amount of your programming and content stems from covering and promoting that institution.

Syracuse Football Preview, Defensive Line: Chandler Jones, Mikhail Marinovich Lead Talented Core - SB Nation New York
If there's one aspect of the 2011-'12 Syracuse University football team that doesn't need a large critique from fans or media types it's the defensive ends, which features seniors Chandler Jones and Mikhail Marinovich.

Rutgers Boosting Athletics at Expense of Academics Fails to Emulate Texas - Bloomberg
Under the terms of Schiano’s contract, Rutgers sold the football coach 0.86 acre (0.34 hectare) in nearby Piscataway and spent $142,185 preparing the lot. The university then loaned him $800,000 interest-free for construction of his house. Each year he stays on, Rutgers forgives $100,000 of the balance, which was down to $400,000 as of this year, Miranda said.

Joseph Addai the likely choice to be Colts' lead running back - - Fantasy
Carter is the next great hope to replace what Edgerrin James once offered eons ago. Carter is thick (225 pounds), which is to say he can be a great short-yardage and goal-line option, and his success at Syracuse suggests he can carry the full load.

SU Players In The NFL: Delone Carter, Doug Hogue In First Camps - SB Nation New York
Former SU running back Delone Carter was drafted in the fourth round (119th overall) by the Indianapolis Colts. In the Colts' first preseason game Carter carried six times for 29 yards, including a 16-yard run.

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Opens Season Friday
The women's soccer squad will be the first Syracuse team in action this fall when it takes the field at the Embassy Suits Kick Off Classic in Fort Myers, Fla. on Friday, Aug. 19 at 5 p.m. The Orange faces Robert Morris in the first game of the tournament.

Trailblazing quarterback Bernie Custis deserves more recognition - 55 Yard Line - CFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
There was a memorable off-the-field moment in the CFL this weekend, but it didn't get a lot of attention. At halftime of their game against Toronto, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats honoured their former quarterback Bernie Custis, who became the first black quarterback to claim the starting job on any professional football team 60 years ago this month. Custis' story is an incredible one, and it's surprising that it's not more well-publicized.

Inspiring life story of Syracuse University grad John Robinson now available in paperback |
Syracuse University Press recently released a new paperback edition of "Get Off Your Knees: A Story of Faith, Courage, and Determination," by John Robinson, with Dave Allen. The book tells the story of Robinson, who was born without hands, knees and upper legs.

Sports Xpress Recruiting Xclusive:Darius Parson | SportsXpress on Xanga
Despite being committed to Syracuse Parson says "I would say that Syracuse,Boston College, and Michigan State are recruiting me the hardest." No visits are currently set for Darius but he says "Syracuse will be my first."

Tony 'Red' Bruin was one of the most highly recruited basketball players in Syracuse University history. A high school McDonald's All-American teammate of Dominique Wilkins, Isiah Thomas and James Worthy, Bruin's speed, tenacity and athleticism were punctuated by his astonishing 42 inch standing vertical jump.