Desko confirms Syracuse is talking with attackman Nicky Galasso about playing lacrosse for Orange | syracuse.com
Syracuse University men's lacrosse coach John Desko confirmed today through a university spokesman that the school is speaking with Nicky Galasso about an opportunity to transfer to Syracuse University and play for the Orange.
Nonconference schedule analysis: Big East - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Toughness scale: 6 -- I’m done with arguing the merits of Jim Boeheim’s schedule because he always wins. He wins games, lots of them, and he wins the argument, quieting the scheduling critics (present company included) with deep March runs. This isn’t awful, but it’s not saliva-inducing wonderful either. So what? It will work. Just watch.
Former football Giant Phil McConkey would have loved to wear Syracuse Orange | syracuse.com
"My father hates Syracuse. They didn't recruit me 37 years ago and he still holds a grudge," McConkey said with a laugh by telephone earlier this week. "They didn't come after me and I would have gone there in a heartbeat."
Former Syracuse football linebacker Derrell Smith back on sidelines for Orange | syracuse.com
A one-time SU co-captain and All-Big East second-teamer, who helped lead SU to its best season in a decade in 2010 (8-5, Pinstripe Bowl win over Kansas State), Smith is working for a local information and technology services company and trying to finish a master’s degree in advertising at SU.
Syracuse Alumni team includes a Powell brother and the prospect of a Palasek brother matchup | syracuse.com
The Palaseks present the interesting prospect of not only playing against one another, but perhaps going against one another on Saturday when the 2012-13 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team wind's up fall ball work in what's called the Orange Alumni Classic.
Syracuse football cornerback Brandon Reddish appeared to be 100 percent at practice Tuesday | syracuse.com
Syracuse football sophomore cornerback Brandon Reddish was a welcome participant at practice Tuesday afternoon, rotating onto the first-team defense with juniors Keon Lyn and Ri’Shard Anderson.
Katie Rowan back coaching Syracuse women's lacrosse, playing for Team USA | syracuse.com
Rowan has joined head coach Gary Gait’s staff after spending two years as an assistant coach at the University at Albany. And while she joins a program that just played for the NCAA Division I national championship in the spring, Rowan is able to continue her playing career as a member of Team USA. The women’s national team just played this past weekend in Palo Alto, Calif., at the seventh annual U.S. Lacrosse Stars & Stripes event. The U.S. defeated Australia 12-11 on Sunday. A day earlier, they defeated the Aussies 16-3.
Rutgers' kickers Nick DeLouisa, Nick Borgese and walk-on Joe Behnke battle in practice | NJ.com
"We’re still optimistic (about Federico),’’ Flood said. "We’ll evaluate him later in the week, probably on Friday to see what his availability will be and what we think he can do for us.’’
Big East Football Power Rankings Week Seven - The UConn Blog
Our biggest movers of the week were Syracuse and Temple, who each jumped three spots -- to four and five, respectively -- thanks to wins over Pitt and South Florida. The rise of the Orange meant Pitt slipped back a slot, but the voters weren't too tough on them.
No, it's not Adam West, it's Kenny Haas back with this week's look at things. A recap of Syracuse's win over Pitt, Buffalo's loss to San Fransisco, bad singers, and homecoming season.