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Syracuse Daily Links - Big East Football Race 'Unpredictable'

Syracuse University football team in the middle of an 'unpredictable' Big East Conference race |
"Every team in this league has a very legitimate chance to win the conference championship," Pasqualoni said. "In the early years of the Big East when I was at Syracuse I’m not sure that was always the case. There was the dominance of Miami in the first 13 years of the league. Miami won it or shared it nine times, won two national championships. So we had a very, very dominant team in our league. The fact that now week-in and week-out any team in this league can win and any team can win the league championship is really the biggest difference."

Orange Slice Sports: A Look Into the 2011 Soccer Season
It seems that in his second season at Syracuse, Coach McIntyre certainly has his work cut out for him. However, with a strong class of incoming recruits and balanced schedule strength, things are beginning to look up for the Orange.

Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation opens a third Courts 4 Kids in Syracuse |
"Kids need a safe haven to play,’’ Coleman said. "Renovating the park, building the courts and the playground, it’s going to mean so much to the children in this area.’’

2011 Football preview – Week 6, Tulane | The Juice Online
After a 12 year absence, Syracuse renews its rivalry with fellow private university foe Tulane at the site of this year’s BCS national championship game and NCAA Final Four, the Louisiana Superdome.

Syracuse basketball's Scoop Jardine joins U.S. team for World University Games |
Twenty-four countries participate in the games. The USA will play against Finland, Hungary, Israel, Mexico and South Korea in pool play, with the team's first game against Mexico on August 13.

Poll: how successful will the Syracuse Orange football team be in 2011? |
How successful will the Orange football team be this season? Can they make a major bowl game? Or will high expectations put too much pressure on the team and lead to a bad year?

Many tests await WVU this season - Sports - The Daily Athenaeum - West Virginia University
The next big test for the Mountaineers will be an Oct. 21 prime-time matchup with an up-and-coming Syracuse team on ESPN.

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