Syracuse University Athletics - SU to be Featured on ESPN All-Access
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes with the SU football program? What head coach Doug Marrone says during practice? What the team eats for breakfast? Well, here's your chance to get a look at the Orange behind closed doors as ESPNU All-Access: Syracuse will air next Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Duke to Build on Limited History with Pitt, 'Cuse - Duke University Blue Devils | Official Athletics Site - GoDuke.com
Syracuse and Duke have never played on each other’s home courts in basketball. As for football, the most recent encounter with either expansion newcomer was a visit from Pittsburgh to Wallace Wade Stadium in 1976.
Orange game highlights recruiting turf battle | Daily Record | dailyrecord.com
"I’m not sure kids are going to say, ‘I want to pick Rutgers because they beat Syracuse on Saturday,’ " said Vallone, a Long Island native who previously rooted for the Orange. "But if both teams are winning, they are probably on the same level as far as tradition and appeal."
Syracuse University Athletics - Scott: Candidate For NFF Scholar-Athlete
Selected as one of the best and brightest from the college gridiron, Syracuse redshirt-senior cornerback Kevyn Scott is one of 127 candidates for the 2011 National Football Foundation (NFF) National Scholar-Athlete Awards, presented by Fidelity Investments.
Through Enemy Eyes: A Syracuse Take On Rutgers | Double G Sports
This week we continue our Through Enemy Eyes project by speaking with Syracuse football blogger Sean Keeley. Sean is the creator of a Syracuse football site called, Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician. The long time Syracuse fan answered some questions and gives his take on the upcoming battle…
Coleman Says Decision Will Come Early November, High Regard For SU : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
"My thoughts on the Orange are real big, they’ve been here since 7th grade recruiting me real hard and my thoughts of them are real good."
Orange::44: On Attendance & ACC
If fans just show up to these games, a lot of these problems go away. We don't have to worry about home games -- in any sport -- being played in a venue outside of Syracuse.
Syracuse vs. Rutgers: Here are our predictions ... what's yours? | syracuse.com
"Greg Schiano's Jersey crew might be a handful for the Orange. I mean -- JWoww, Snookie -- the situation could get hairy at the Dome. And greasy."
Rick Pitino says the Big East won't lose a step - Card Chronicle
I want to reiterate losing Syracuse is a major blow to the Big East. I had the privilege of working there for Jim Boeheim his first two years as head coach. Please don’t tell me they fit better with the research universities of the ACC. Syracuse is a charter member of the Big East plain and simple. I can’t wait for my next recruiting trip to New York to find out the Yankees are moving to Chapel Hill.
Top 10: College Football Running Back Duos | LostLettermen.com
9. Floyd Little & Larry Csonka, Syracuse (1965-66) - Little and Csonka both went on to become Pro Football Hall of Famers, just as Thomas and Sanders did. But it’s about what they did in college that gives them a prominent spot on this list. Little rushed for 1,065 yards in 1965 and 811 in 1966, while Csonka added 795 and 1,012.
2011 Big East Positive Impact Factor: Week Four - Big East Coast Bias
Ryan Nassib remained in third place with another good game. Syracuse defense dropped into last place this week. Even though they beat Toledo, their defense became the first in the Big East to give up double digit touchdowns on the season to opposing quarterbacks.
The Syracuse Field Hockey team owns the ocean. Because they're sharks.