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Today's links include a column on how SU football proved the haterz wrong and an in-depth look into Jim Boeheim's choices in neckwear.

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Iseman: Syracuse proves doubters wrong with 5-1 finish to turn season around after slow start | The Daily Orange

This is a different Syracuse team than the one that took the field in the first half of the season. It’s battle-tested. The players learned from seemingly every mistake they made during a year that appeared to be destined to become another forgettable season. Syracuse went from a struggling team to one that’s among the best in the Big East by finishing the season 5-1.

A Citizen on Sport: The Ties of Jim Boeheim

In Jim Boeheim tie news, he wore a gray one that took a hue of purple or light blue in the right Carrier Dome light in the first half on Sunday.

Syracuse University Athletics - Carter-Williams Leading the Nation In Assist Average

Sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams is leading the nation in assist average, according to rankings announced by the NCAA on Monday. Carter-Williams owns a 9.3 average after four Syracuse contests.

The Morning Orange: A reader from ACC country gazes towards his Syracuse home | syracuse.com

I’m adding this season’s come-from-behind wins over South Florida and Missouri to my list of most memorable Syracuse football games. That this season isn’t quite over is the big surprise. I had figured the Orange for three wins . . . maybe four, maybe even two. However, my favorite game of the season was the Kent State win over Rutgers.

Syracuse football cornerback Keon Lyn makes Big East weekly honor roll | syracuse.com

The Miramar, Fla., native made two fourth-quarter interceptions, including one he returned for a 31-yard touchdown, in the game at Philadelphia.

Syracuse football team will receive 15 extra practices thanks to qualifying for a bowl | syracuse.com

"I think there’s some excitement," coach Doug Marrone said Friday following SU’s 38-20 victory over Temple in the regular-season finale. "I think obviously there is a certain point of development for everyone. I think it helps. I don’t know how much it helps, though, the more I think about it. But it does definitely help."

Bishop Kearney, with Chinonso Obokoh, will play at Jamesville-DeWitt this basketball season | syracuse.com

Bishop Kearney features Syracuse University's Class of 2013 recruit Chinonso Obokoh, a 6-foot-10 center who is part of the Orange men's five-player class that ESPN ranked No. 7 nationally.

Temple coach Steve Addazio still a big fan of Syracuse football | syracuse.com

"I have a lot of respect for them," Addazio said on the Big East coaches conference call Monday. "They did a good job down the home stretch. They’re playing their best ball now."

Breanna Stewart makes Big East honor roll; so does Syracuse's Kayla Alexander | syracuse.com

ayla Alexander, Syracuse University's senior center, averaged 17.3 points and 6 rebounds as her Orange women also went 3-0 last week. Alexander also blocked 16 shots and shot 56 percent during the week.

Syracuse Social Media Report 3.0 | College Spun – Social. Local. Consumable. College Sports.

The Orange have played three games since the last report, winning all three handily. A few players had some monster games that got national attention. So who made the biggest jump?

25 Thanksgiving College Hoops Epiphanies - The Triangle Blog - Grantland

22. Syracuse's James Southerland will be the best sixth man in the country As long as Jim Boeheim keeps bringing him off the bench, which seems like a good bet. He's an energy guy who brings a lot of offense into the game, and he's capable of getting hot from outside. He's a reliable double-digit scoring threat who can also rebound and block shots. He also clucks like a chicken to get the managers to pass him the ball in the pregame shootaround, and no, that is not a joke. It is, however, one of the strangest things I've ever seen on a basketball court.

Lacie Hall's two free throws with four tenths of a second left clinched Syracuse's 74-73 win over Virginia at the San Juan Shootout.

A whole lot of dunks from the Colgate win...