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Syracuse Daily Links - Guess Who Has More Road Wins Than Kentucky & UNC Combined?

NCAA: Why Kentucky and Other College-Basketball Powers Haven't Won on the Road -
Of the 345 Division I teams, 66 (19%) have yet to win a game on an opponent's campus. Three are in the AP top 25 poll—No. 2 Kentucky, No. 13 Michigan and No. 19 Florida.

MBB | Syracuse looks to continue rolling against down Villanova squad - Sports - The Daily Orange
"We got Nova on Wednesday, another great game where we can continue to improve ourselves," he said. "We're number one in the country but we don't feel like it. We want to continue to prove people wrong."

WBB | After slow start, Hemingway returns to role as go-to scorer - The Daily Orange
"Coach (Hillsman) had me coming off the bench for a reason," Hemingway said. "He stressed that nothing comes easy. And he's getting me ready for the real world so him having me come off the bench was an honor for me to make me wake up and say, ‘You know what Iasia, nothing's going to be handed to you so you have to work for it.'"

Three Weeks Left: Here’s the Odds of Syracuse’s Top 5 Targets Still on the Board : Orange Fizz
It’s crunch time for Doug Marrone and Syracuse football. There’s just under a month left until National Signing Day and SU needs to reel in a few more recruits to cap off the ’12 class.

Tebucky Jones Jr., other teen charged for locker room beatings - 7NEWS Boston News WHDH-TV 7NEWS WHDH.COM
Tebucky Jones Jr., son of the former New England Patriots player, is charged with assault, strangulation and other crimes in connection with the beating of another student at New Britain High School. He is free on bail and has not entered a plea.

Colts 2011 — Deconstructing the mess | Bounce It Off Phil B. Colts Updates | The Indianapolis Star |
I didn’t care for the benching of rookie RB Delone Carter, either. Yes, he lost two fumbles before taking a seat. No, fumbling wasn’t in his history. But benching him put fumbling more into his mind. And, of course, when he got a shot later he lost another fumble. The guy was running well. We haven’t seen that kind of power running since Edgerrin James.

Chandler Jones prepares for NFL - Big East Blog - ESPN
"Being a 21-year-old making a decision to change my whole life was huge for me," Jones said in a phone interview. "I had a lot of different yeses and nos from a lot of different people. I love Syracuse University, and I can tell you this was definitely not an easy decision."

Struggling Villanova looks to make its mark vs. No. 1 ranked Syracuse |
"It was a little alarming,’’ Wright said of his players’ disposition. "We’re 0-3 and these guys are walking around here like everything’s fine. I told my staff ‘Maybe that’s’ a good thing. They think we’re good’.’’

Mike's Mailbox: What happened with Fab Melo's flagrant foul? |
The basket was allowed to count because play continues until a whistle or a dead ball. Even when a play is reviewed, the officials can’t go back in time and disallow a basket. It’s similar to when a player goes down as the opposing team has the ball on a fastbreak. You don’t stop play for the injured player. After the officials reviewed the incident, they determined Fab Melo had committed a flagrant personal foul. The other alternative is a flagrant technical foul, which results in ejection, two foul shots and the ball.

Midseason All-Americans: Henson, McDermott, MKG play way to top - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
Kris Joseph, F, Syracuse, senior. Jim Boeheim’s suddenly socialistic approach to playing time — everyone gets a share — has removed some of Joseph’s workload. But he’s about as productive as a year ago — and far more efficient. Synergy Sports Technologies indicates he is one of Syracuse's best zone defenders, holding opponents to 17.1 percent in spot-up situations.

Final 2011 BlogPoll: Alabama On Top, Oklahoma State And LSU Tied -
After claiming the 2011 BCS National Championship in the 2012 BCS National Championship Game on Monday night, Alabama made a clean sweep of the final USA Today poll of the 2011 college football season and earned all but five first-place votes in the last AP Poll of the year. The final BlogPoll of 2011 tells a slightly different story. takes a look back at the Orange's long, strange journey to 17-0 and a number one ranking this season, through a mix of sound bytes from coach Jim Boehiem's post-game press conferences.