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Syracuse Daily Links - Jay Bromley, Adonis Ameen-Moore Practicing

Ameen-Moore participated in some drills with the other running backs sporting a brace on his left knee.

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Defensive tackle Jay Bromley back on practice field for Syracuse football team |
Bromley, who wasn't cleared to play against the Bearcats until the morning of the game, sat out the first series but played most of the way in SU's 35-24 loss. He said afterwards that he wasn't at full strength.

Syracuse football team's 'tank' package tailback returned to the practice field this afternoon |
Ameen-Moore participated in some drills with the other running backs sporting a brace on his left knee. He then reported to strength coaches Will Hicks and Hal Luther for some rehab and conditioning work in the "pit." His status for Saturday's game between the Orange (4-5, 3-2 Big East) and Cardinals (9-0, 4-0) remains day-to-day.

Taking A Look At The Syracuse-Louisville Series - Inside the Loud House
The first time these two teams ever met was in Tokyo, Japan in 1989. This was the only time Syracuse played outside of the United States, and won the game 24-13.

Isaiah Whitehead trims list to 10: Syracuse, St. John's and Rutgers still in the running - SB Nation New York
Whitehead did not announce a favorite, however, Syracuse and St. John's seem to be strong candidates.

Syracuse football captains selected for rest of season |
A source close to the Orange said today that redshirt senior quarterback Ryan Nassib, offensive tackle Justin Pugh, linebacker Siriki Diabate and strong safety Shamarko Thomas have been named team captains for the final three games.

Syracuse football guard Zack Chibane on improved offense: "We're only scratching the surface" |
"It feels great," Chibane said. "We finally turned that corner this year and have been able to do a lot of nice things through the air and on the ground. Coach (offensive coordinator Nathaniel) Hackett did so many great things in the off-season. He was able to really get us going with this up-tempo offense. I still think we’re only scratching the surface of what we can do. We’ve been leaving a lot of points off the board. There are a lot of things we can improve on. Hopefully we do that in these next three, and hopefully four, games."

Bud and Brent Show: Mike Waters previews Syracuse basketball season, Battle on the Midway |
What kind of game can the Syracuse Orange expect when they face San Diego State Sunday in The Battle on the Midway? Will playing outdoors benefit one team more than the other? What can fans expect to see from the Syracuse Orange basketball team this season? What are SU's strengths and weaknesses? And can the Orange football team upset unbeaten Louisville this week in the Carrier Dome?

Syracuse football team will enter showdown vs. Louisville with a penalty problem |
"When a team goes out there and commits that many penalties, and I’ve said this before, it’s a direct reflection on the coach," he said. "And gosh, I’ll tell you it hurts when that happens, because I’ve never been part of that. Obviously, I have to do a better job."

Eagles re-sign former Syracuse safety Phillip Thomas |
Some reports stated that the Eagles re-signed Thomas because of concerns over the health of safety Nate Allen, who missed Monday's game against New Orleans with an injury. But Eagles blogger Reuben Frank wrote on that the move was unrelated to Allen's injury.

Syracuse in the NBA Part 2: Why SU players have seemingly disappointed | The Juice Online
The prevailing wisdom is that 2-3 zone is often better suited at hiding mediocre defensive players than a traditional man-to-man defense, so when Syracuse players reach the NBA, they’re exposed as lousy defenders. FALSE!

I did a little video update on the Battle On The Midway.