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Is Daryl Gross doing what he has to do for SU Athletics or is he going too far? |
If you don't agree with Daryl Gross' methods to raise money and raise awareness for SU Atheltics, than that is fine. But I ask you and I ask the Post-Standard editorial board... What is your idea?

Do you have a question for Daryl Gross? Just ask. |
If ever you’ve wanted to ask Daryl Gross, now in his 8th year as the director of athletics at Syracuse University, a question, here’s your chance.

Syracuse's Fab Melo is working out at IMG Academy in Florida |
Melo, who decided to forgo his last two years of college eligibility and enter the NBA draft, is training at the IMG facility while also trying to complete some of his SU classes online, according to his former high school coach.

RealClearSports - News Outlets Bury Syracuse Accuser's Retraction
It's a truism of journalism that charges run on the front page in giant type, while retractions are printed deep inside. ESPN is just one of the outlets that owe their viewers and readers - as well as the Fines - an equivalent trumpeting of this latest development.

WLAX | Block twins dominate draw controls to pace Orange's transition offense - Sports - The Daily Orange
Gary Gait said the stellar performance of Becca and Linley Block is consistently overlooked.

Syracuse University Athletics - Kraus-Simmons Trophy Up For Grabs
One of the oldest college lacrosse rivalries will be renewed on Tuesday, April 17 when the 15th-ranked Orange (6-5) visits Hobart (3-7) for a 7 p.m. showdown at Boswell Field. The match is the 98th meeting in a series that dates back to the first year of varsity lacrosse at Syracuse. The Statesmen are the Orange’s oldest rival as Hobart was Syracuse’s first-ever varsity opponent back on April 26, 1916.

Syracuse University Athletics - Palasek, Megill Make BIG EAST Honor Roll
Syracuse senior attackman Tommy Palasek and junior defenseman Brian Megill were both named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll on Monday, April 16 for their performances against Cornell and Rutgers last week.

The 10 Best College Basketball Games Of 2011-12 -
6. Syracuse 64, Wisconsin 63 (3/22/12) Syracuse survived 14 3-pointers from the Badgers by shooting 55 percent from the field and getting a surprisingly huge effort from forward C.J. Fair. Badger All-American Jordan Taylor could not give the tournament its first (and ultimately only) buzzer-beater, as he clanked a deep three in the closing seconds which allowed the top-seeded Orange to advance to the Elite Eight. Syracuse would fall to Ohio State two days later.

Syracuse Orange Basketball - Catching Up With 2013 5-Star Prospect Chris Walker
I’ve got offers from just about everyone in the country besides Kentucky. I’m still working on that. I’ll probably get that April 20th at the Vegas tournament. My top 5 right now is Florida, Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio State, and Baylor, and Syracuse. So I guess it’s a top 6.

Wesley Cheng Home " Blog Archive " Syracuse hurdler Jarret Eaton knows he can go faster
Whether it’s a race in the familiar confines of Abington High School or a pressure packed NCAA National Championship 2,500 miles away, Jarret Eaton and mother Sharon have a long standing tradition. Dominating win or heartbreaking loss, mother and son will convene. "He’ll call me up, and I’ll congratulate him," Sharon says. "But I’ll ask him after every race, ‘Jarret, can you go faster?’"

Chandler Jones: How High Will He Climb In 2012 NFL Draft? - SB Nation New York
Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones is turning out to be one of the most intriguing players in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft. Is Jones a player who should be selected in the mid-to-late first round, as has been increasingly suggested of late? Is he a third-round talent without the pass-rush skills to be an elite NFL player?

Big East Football ConFab: 2012 Climbers And Fallers - Big East Coast Bias
Each Saturday, Big East Coast Bias polls bloggers around the conference on a football topic. How do their views differ from yours?

The Real Sh*t That SU Students Say (headphones up!)