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Late draft gems already shining for NFL teams – Audibles
Carter’s emerged as a definite threat to steal some playing time. The Syracuse product is big at 225 pounds and should at least provide the Colts some help in short-yardage and red-zone situations. He’s durable, too — he topped 230 carries each of the past two seasons for the Orange.
Audio: Dave Rahme talks Syracuse preseason football with "Disturbing the Peace" | syracuse.com
Dave breaks down how the team is doing during preseason camp leading up to the season-opener on Sept. 1 against Wake Forest.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Taj Smith is a story of hope, perseverance, overcoming challenges and environment, inspiration and of sincere dedication as he tries to make the club in 2011.
Syracuse Football Preview, Receivers: Will The Next Mike Williams Please Stand Up? - SB Nation New York
If there was one obvious aspect missing from the SU offense during the mid-April Spring game, it was the play-making ability of a guy like Williams. The final score, which featured the White squad defeating the Blue, 13-7, was proof that something on the Orange attack was missing and, unfortunately, for 'Cuse fans there wasn't much signs of a new Williams on the field.
Saltine Warrior Sports Pub aims to open in Syracuse Aug. 24 | syracuse.com
It'll have more than a dozen beer taps -- including local, national and international craft brews -- and a menu that includes pizza, wings, burgers, a steak sandwich and deli selections, said owner John Shahin.
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.
Syracuse University football coaches to look hard at special teams in Saturday's Ernie Davis scrimmage | syracuse.com
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.
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