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Syracuse Daily Links - Gary Gait Calls For Shot Clock

"Bottom line is we’re never going to make it on TV unless we get rid of it," Gait said of the stalling practice. "It’s hard enough to understand as it is. Then to stand around? Who wants to watch it?"

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Syracuse University women's lacrosse coach Gary Gait says it's time for a shot clock |
"Bottom line is we’re never going to make it on TV unless we get rid of it," Gait said of the stalling practice. "It’s hard enough to understand as it is. Then to stand around? Who wants to watch it?"

Syracuse women’s sports garner attention after lacrosse team’s appearance in national title game | The Daily Orange
Sarah Holden’s game-winning, double-overtime goal in the NCAA tournament semifinal wasn’t just important for the women’s lacrosse team, but for women’s sports at Syracuse as a whole.

Brandon Triche in position to challenge for Big East Player of the Year - Big East Coast Bias
We've reached the point for the now senior glue guy to become a star, and if his coy personality doesn't inhibit him taking that next step in his fourth and final season as a college basketball player, Triche could join the conversation for Big East Conference Player of the Year come February.

Brandon Reese, back from Israel, works out with former Syracuse basketball teammates |
"I went out there. I was out there for a month and the team I was on, there was money issues. They wanted me, they didn't want me," Reese said.

Andy Rautins on chances with NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder: 'Every team can use a shooter' |
There are a lot of guards here (nine). If you look at the biggest difference in the Finals last year, you know the 3-ball was pretty big, percentage-wise as well. Every team can use a shooter. That's what I do. That's my craft. I feel like I could help out this team a great deal. Wherever coach needs me, I'll be available to play.

An Orange Fan's Guide to Picking your Second Favorite NFL Team | Carolina Orange
For many folks, the same team performs this valuable service every year. For me, it’s more complicated than that. You see, my second team is whomever has the most Orangemen on their roster. That means my second team can change every year, theoretically. And if often does.

Three Point Stance: The Leatherheads College Football Hour 10/02 by Leatherheads of the Gridiron | Blog Talk Radio
@29Sonski and @RUFANJerry breakdown the RU vs UConn game and talk #BigEast football and I stopped by to chat about SU.

Syracuse University Athletics - Gait Named Regional Coach of the Year
Syracuse head coach Gary Gait was named the 2012 Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Gait, who earns the award for the second time in his career, led the Orange to its first appearance in the national championship game last season.

Syracuse basketball lost two players to graduation and two to NBA; but Orange still brims with talent |
"It’s unusual to lose four guys, two first-round picks and two other guys that were senior leaders," Boeheim said. "So it would be more likely to think that we have a lot of work to do. "But we played 10 guys last year. So the six guys coming back all played. So that’s a good thing. We’ve got a couple young players that are good. So we think we have a chance to be very good. But I think that every year. That’s the way you gotta think."

Big East Football Power Rankings Week Six - The UConn Blog
Pitt held steady with its bye, while the voters seemed to be undecided on which was more impressive: South Florida's loss to Florida St. or UConn's win over Buffalo (hint: it was USF's loss). Syracuse and Temple also sat this week out, and they basically held steady in the polls.

Senior Guard Zack Chibane discusses how he came to love football, why he chose Syracuse and the person he is most inspired by.

5th Year Senior linebacker Dan Vaughan talks about what makes Syracuse special to him and the most important lessons he's learned in his time playing football for the Orange.