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Syracuse Daily Links - Individual Basketball Game Tickets On Sale Wednesday

The tickets will be available online at, by phone through Ticketmaster at 888-DOMETIX (888-366-3849), or in person at the Carrier Dome Box Office. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m.

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Individual game tickets for Syracuse University basketball on sale Wednesday |
The tickets will be available online at, by phone through Ticketmaster at 888-DOMETIX (888-366-3849), or in person at the Carrier Dome Box Office. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m.

Sean Keeley on’s Syracuse Podcast | The Juice Online
Sean Keeley from Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician calls in to talk Syracuse football with hosts Micah Tannenbaum, Robbie Gillies and Wes Cheng on The Juice on the Cuse podcast hosted by

For now, JoJo Marasco working mostly at midfield with Syracuse lacrosse team |
If JoJo Marasco is going back to attack, its news to him. The Syracuse University senior lacrosse player says he is spending most of fall ball practice with the Orange playing midfield, a position he moved to last season after previously playing attack.

Syracuse University Athletics - Vale Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week
After scoring a goal in consecutive matches last week, freshman Jordan Vale was named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week by the conference on Monday, Oct. 8. It is Vale's second league honor, as he was also named to the conference weekly honor roll on Sept. 24.

Syracuse football QB Ryan Nassib produced big play with his feet during victory over Pitt |
"We were ready to go," Nassib said afterward. "We had two weeks to prepare for this. We were just ready to go. We were anxious to get out there and start playing. We kept that intensity up the whole game but we might have been too intense, and that kind of was a little bit of our downfall."

Syracuse football team's punt coverage much improved but remains in the NCAA basement |
Syracuse football coach Doug Marrone said it would take a while for his team to escape the NCAA punt-coverage basement, and he has been proven to be correct. The Orange enters Rutgers game week still at the bottom of the FBS barrel despite addressing what had been a big problem in the first two games of the season.

Syracuse football cornerback Brandon Reddish played sparingly but produced key play vs. Pitt |
"He was injured, and they told us he was available if we needed him," Marrone said afterward. "And we needed him."

Despite Being Ranked In The Top 20, Rutgers Is A Very Beatable Team - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
I understand that winning the game is all that matters at the end of the day, but the Scarlet Knights are very favorable with their strength of schedule so far this season. In games against UConn and South Florida, Rutgers had very timely turnovers that were absolutely game changers. South Florida had 3 drives of over 50 yards that resulted in turnovers, and Connecticut had a few miscues and mistakes including a fumbled punt inside their own ten last week in their game at Piscataway.

Syracuse displays toughness in win | The Juice Online
The theme of physicality was one that defensive end Brandon Sharpe said coach Doug Marrone harped on throughout the team’s bye week. "During all week, all bye week, he just wanted us to be physical and tough and play our game," Sharpe said after the win. "And that’s what we had to do today."

Big East weekend rewind: Week 6 - Big East Blog - ESPN
The ugly: Pitt and Syracuse gave anything but a clinic in offensive execution, with the Orange winning despite their only offensive points coming on their first drive. UConn and Rutgers was not exactly easy on the eyes, either, though the Scarlet Knights had the more opportunistic defense, especially in the second half.

Fresh Fizz Radio: Can SU Build on the Pitt Win? Midnight Madness Guest List : Orange Fizz
Orange Fizz hoops recruiting specialist Alex Kline joins the guys for an update on the Orange Midnight Madness guest list. Orange recruit Tyler Roberson takes his official visit to Syracuse today on campus, and Kline highlights some names SU fans should look out for on the recruiting front.

YNN's Brian Sandler's feature on the top-ranked Orange field hockey team's three players from Ireland.