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College Football Analysis: Syracuse May Surprise People in 2011
Wake hasn’t exactly been the ACC’s most powerful school, but a win for the Orange here on the opening night of the season would be great as Syracuse looks to match or improve last year’s win total.

Syracuse Football Preview, Offensive Line: Pugh, Chibane Lead Strongest Aspect Of 2011-'12 Orange - SB Nation New York
In conclusion, the strongest aspect of the 2011-'12 Orange should be the OL -- and any football fan will tell you, that's never a bad thing.

Big East football previews: Can Paul Pasqualoni keep Connecticut's program on the rise? |
"Yes, I do have lot of experience in this league, but I’m not sure that is going to be much of a factor," said Pasqualoni, who turns 62 on Aug. 16. "The league is so very, very much different. My approach to this is as a new coach in this league."

Syracuse University football tight end David Stevens surfaces after three years of obscurity |
"He’s had a great camp. David Stevens is our leading receiver in camp. He’s done a lot of good things. I’m excited about what his role will be when we start game-planning for the season. To this point I couldn’t be more pleased with him."

Syracuse University football lineman Lou Alexander has the girth of a guard and the feet of a tackle |
"That’s in my demeanor," he said. "I want to challenge anybody and give the team the best situation possible to win. I’m just a competitor, so I want to go out there every day and compete and just get that No. 1 spot. I know I’m a security blanket as well, but I have to be a competitor every day."

SU Linebackers always have that "safety net" : Sports :
"We try our best to make the play," explains Spruill, "but stuff happens sometimes and if we don't it's always better knowing that those three are back there."

Fresh FizzCast: Nolan Weidner on Gulley’s Return & SU’s Injury Recovery : Orange Fizz
Prince-Tyson Gulley’s recovery from the stab wounds he recently endured? "He didn’t really look like he was sharp. He’s running fast, he’s back up to speed and everything, and he looks good because he’s worked out in the off-season and taken care of himself. But Prince always had that stop-and-start kind of stutter step, like a little kind of Antwon Bailey quickness to him. I think he’s healthy, I think he’s fine, but I think he’s not quite there yet in terms of game shape."

Syracuse University Athletics - Newsted Named Compliance Coordinator
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Newsted served as a student athletic manager while working on her degree at Notre Dame. After two years as a manager, she became a football manager in 2006. As a senior, she worked with the Fighting Irish men’s basketball program as an equipment manager.

WFAN Announces Second Fantasy Phenom Grand Prize Winner - FishbowlNY
John Jastremski of Staten Island won this year’s event, and with it the Syracuse University grad is awarded a weekly show (for at least one year).

Preparing for Disaster: UCLA Football Head Coaching Candidates if Neuheisel Fails - Bruins Nation
First, let's talk about coaching candidates that are available but who we need to make sure Guerrero doesn't even consider: 1. Greg Robinson - Unemployed; Former Syracuse Head Coach (Career Record: 10-37)

Syracuse University Athletics - Syracuse Making Its Mark On The NFL
Through training camp and the first two weeks of preseason play, 20 Syracuse football alumni are making their mark on 11 National Football League franchises. The Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans lead the way with three former Orange on their rosters each, while six players from last season's 2010 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Championship team have seen playing time during the preseason.

Syracuse University Soccer 2011 Highlight Video. Footage from 2010 Season and 2011 Preseason.