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Orange Insider - Rhode Island at Syracuse: SU shouldn't overlook the Rams |
"I just ... you want my personal opinion?" Marrone said at the beginning of the week. "This has nothing to do with me being the head football coach. I just laugh. In our recent history, we were not a very good football team, so how do you ever look ahead or look behind? I’m not even looking at the game we’re playing this Saturday. What I’m trying to make sure of is that we have a great practice today and we do the things that we need to do today to win."

Syracuse University football defense's youth and inexperience have coordinator walking a fine line |
"Ritchy was the most productive defensive back in our first big scrimmage," Shafer said. "He had an interception, he had a pass breakup, he had a sack. He’s a really good football player. He’s excited, and he’ll do anything you ask."

The Axepress Lane: SU-Rhode Island Mini-Preview and NFL Picks |
Rhode Island is not Maine or Colgate and may have some players that can come in here and give Syracuse some trouble, namely quarterback Steve Probst, who at 6-4, 230 pounds will be harder than your average QB to drag down.

Watertown Daily Times | SU football capable of providing exciting moments
"Everybody's just been talking about football and how excited they are to see us win," Chew said. "The first thing they ask is if I caught the ball. It's kind of funny."

Lessons from Carrier Dome debut make impression on Syracuse University freshman Eric Crume |
"That this team is closer than I thought it was," he said. "We’re very close. We stuck together and persevered through the tough times, even though a lot of people gave up on us."

Max Beaulieu Tells Fizz He Was Surprised By Switch To Tight End : Orange Fizz – Free Syracuse Recruiting News, Sports Rumors, Podcasts
"We have two tight end positions, the Y and the F, and right now I’m the backup F (behind David Stevens), so hopefully I get some playing time in the later quarters of the game. I’m just looking forward to playing and helping the team out."

Big East: Did you know? - Big East Blog - ESPN
Syracuse kicker Ross Krautman had a 32-yard field goal attempt blocked against Wake Forest, ending his streak of consecutive made field goal attempts at 16. Krautman is tied with Gary Anderson for the longest streak in school history.

The Syracuse University Marching Band starts their fall semester early with band camp. They train their newest members in music, marching, and what makes the "Pride of the Orange" proud. Produced by Sara Tracey for