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Syracuse Daily Links - Jason Hart Hired As Pepperdine Assistant

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Syracuse University Athletics - Hart Hired As Pepperdine Assistant
"First and foremost I’d like to thank Coach Wilson for the opportunity," Hart said. "Being hired as an assistant coach in college basketball is a huge honor, and I want to thank him for believing in me and helping me get my foot in the door. This opportunity is very unique. Growing up in Los Angeles, I used to hear about Pepperdine being really good. I know they’ve had some tough times but Coach Wilson and his staff are excited about the direction of the program, and I want to be part of something special they’re building. I’m looking forward to learning from the other coaches as they help me transition into college basketball."

MLAX | Syracuse scorers fail to find way to break through stifling Duke defense - Sports - The Daily Orange
"I think offensively we didn’t play a bad game," SU attack Tommy Palasek said. "I didn’t think it was really a struggle. I think it was probably just not having the ball that often in the beginning."

Syracuse College Football countdown: College Football Countdown: No. 92 Syracuse - Orlando Sentinel
It’s tough to win in the Big East if you’re not strong on the offensive and defensive lines. The position groups need to make major improvements in the weight room this offseason in order for Syracuse to move out of the Big East cellar. Injuries were a problem last season and once again were an issue during spring practice, limiting starters including OT Justin Pugh, LB Marquis Spruill, CB Keon Lyn and Lemon.

Syracuse University Athletics - No. 11 Men's Crew Qualifies For IRAs At Eastern Sprints
The Syracuse men’s crew qualified for the IRA National Championship on Sunday with a strong showing at the Eastern Sprints on Lake Quinsigamond.

Celebrating 32 years of Syracuse fandom | The Juice Online
The one thing I do like about birthdays is it’s a forced day of self-reflection. It’s the one day that makes you take a look back at the past year. So, in that light, I wanted to take a look back at the one constant in my life: my love of Syracuse. Hopefully, as I reflect on my great memories from the past year, you can reflect on your best memories as well.

Former Syracuse safety Phillip Thomas officially signs with the Philadelphia Eagles |
"Undrafted safety Phillip Thomas of Syracuse will have an excellent chance to play right away as well, along with second-round pick Vinny Curry, a terror of a pass rusher from Marshall and a lifelong Eagles fan."

College Football Playoffs: ACC Favors Conference Champs, Says Jimbo Fisher -
This stance would obviously make sense for the ACC, as anything that would make it possible for teams ranked lower than the top four to make the playoffs would benefit the league. A champs-only format would've benefitted the ACC in 2003, when No. 7 Florida State would've made the cut.

Relegation: Why College Football Needs To Embrace Cannibalism -
Relegation already happens in college football, it's just done in a stupid, messy, and disorganized fashion. The process of relegation in college football is what you now know as "conference realignment," a shadowy process managed by boring men in blazers eyeballing spreadsheets of television homes in closed board rooms. In order to bump up to a better league, you have to win and present a nice business opportunity for the league in question, and then after that you're in for life no matter how badly it goes. (You're welcome, Duke and Vanderbilt.)

Syracuse Orange Basketball - 2015 Point-Guard Isaiah Briscoe Says He's Not A Syracuse Lean
"It's not where I'm leaning, I have no leaders at this point," Briscoe said. "My sister is up there and that she goes to school there. I'm always up there and I have a great relationship with the staff and players. But I'm neutral. Everyone is even."

Syracuse Orange Basketball - Syracuse Basketball Recruiting: EYBL Session 3 Recap
The third session of the EYBL concluded over the weekend in Dallas, Texas. CIA Bounce continued their dominance, going 5-0 for the weekend and moving to 14-0 overall. Dakari Johnson from E1T1 continued his great play, and some younger Syracuse targets gained some experience as well. The Orange had several targets from the 2013, 2014, and even 2015 class participate in the event.

From Syracuse's sudden move to the ACC to the Bernie Fine scandal that rocked campus and SU Basketball's run to the Elite Eight, the 2011-2012 year in Syracuse sports was one of the most memorable. These are the pictures and sounds that defined the year in SU athletics. Edited by David DeGuzman.

SU football players Lewellyn Coker and Chris McKenzie run the hills behind Manley as keep training...