Syracuse Basketball: Is This the Year? | Bleeding Orange
Now that college basketball season is officially underway, that’s the question on the minds of hoops fans everywhere. Is this the year we win a title. Can we at last make a Final Four run? If this team finally going to make the NCAA tournament? Can we break .500 this year? No matter that team you pull for, you have hopes and goals and expectations. Some are more ambitious than others, but the core question is always the same. Is this the year?
So What Nicknames Are We Going With For The Syracuse Starting 5? | College Spun
Contingent on the fact that this is going to be the 2012-2013 men’s basketball starting line-up, here’s what you should get used to calling your favorite Orange stars.
Men's Recap: Hoyas win vital Big East clash | College Soccer News
In 2011, the Orangemen were cellar-dwellers in the Big East. What a difference a year makes for #37 Syracuse. A huge road win against South Florida notched on Saturday brought this year’s win total to 10 overall on the season, and a second place spot in the Big East Red Division.
Syracuse-15, Rutgers- 23: Time to Face Facts | Bleeding Orange
Even if the Orange right the ship, make it to 6-6 and back their way into some meaningless bowl game, I’d still stop myself short of dubbing this team "good". Scrappy? Sure. Resilient? Ok. Good? Not so much. Good teams don’t continually beat themselves, which Syracuse has made a habit of doing in 2012. It makes it hard to feel confident going into any game, when the first obstacle that the Orange have to overcome always has an ‘S’ on its helmet.
30 in 30: Can No. 22 Lead Syracuse to Final Four? - Lacrosse Magazine
LaxMagazine.com's interview touched on Deuces, Syracuse's progress in the fall, the impact of the new rules, Marasco's summer spent playing box lacrosse and expectations for Marasco's senior season.
Big East Football Power Rankings Week Eight - The UConn Blog
The middle of the league is just as confusing as a schizophrenic Pitt squad, a probably-but-not-definitely-better-than-its-record Syracuse crew and the always baffling Temple are jostling for position.
Chino Obokoh FizzCast: Dazzled by Madness, Says BJ Johnson Could Be Next : Orange Fizz
He has the nickname, the stellar inside game, and now Syracuse hoops has its second verbal commitment for the class of 2013. Three-star Bishop Kearney HS Center Chinonso Obokoh (Chin-nun-so) tells The Fizz he "felt at home" while on campus Friday for Orange Madness. It was the main reason why the 6’10" 220 lb senior chose Syracuse so quickly right after his visit.
Midseason report: Syracuse - Big East Blog - ESPN
In many ways, the Orange can be accused of playing to their competition. And that lack of consistency is a big reason why they are in danger of missing a bowl game for the second straight season.
Syracuse football wideout Chris Clark stepped in for injured teammate and scored TD vs. Rutgers | syracuse.com
With Kobena, who is also the team’s primary kickoff returner, unable to go for the fourth consecutive game the Orange turned to junior-college transfer Chris Clark, who produced a 40-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter.
Syracuse football's red-zone woes create big gap between total offense and scoring offense | syracuse.com
Overall, Syracuse is ranked No. 100 in the nation in red-zone scoring, converting 17 of 24 trips there (71 percent) into a touchdown or field goal. National leaders Louisiana Tech, Clemson and Oklahoma have a 97 percent success rate in the red zone. It is no coincidence that they are 14-3 combined.
Syracuse teeters on the brink after another loss - WSJ.com
"When you're not winning, it's not just on one player," Marrone said. "It's not necessarily just on one play. Every week we're sitting down with players to make sure we're correcting mistakes that have been made so they don't occur again."
Gary Tanguay confirmed: Kris Joseph makes Celtics roster, Dionte Christmas and Jamar Smith waived - CelticsBlog
Gary Tanguay of CSNNE is confirming a report that Kris Joseph has made the Celtics' roster and Dionte Christmas and Jamar Smith will be cut.
Kenny Haas comes down hard on Doug Marrone following a disappointing loss to Rutgers on Saturday.