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Syracuse University football team gets oral commitment from Harrisburg area "flinger" |
"I could not find one thing I didn’t like about my visit," Wilson said of his four-hour ride up Route 81 on Friday and meeting with head coach Doug Marrone and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. "The hospitality of the coaches, the facilities, playing in the Dome . . . it was all great."

Orange made Austin Wilson a priority - Football Recruiting - East Region Blog - ESPN
"They acted like I was their No. 1 guy, and that was one of the big things I was looking for in the process," Wilson said Monday. "I want to be someone’s No. 1 choice and that’s how they made me feel."

IRS form reveals salaries of top SU officials, increase in university endowment fund - News - The Daily Orange
The second-highest earner is Marrone, who had a salary of $1.1 million, a $100,000 bonus, $8,490 in other reportable compensation and $42,679 in nontaxable benefits. IMG Worldwide paid $800,000 of Marrone’s income, and he also received $11,986 from conducting a summer camp. In 2009, which marked Marrone’s first year as SU’s head football coach, Marrone had a total compensation of $1,048,625, meaning his total compensation increased by 20 percent in 2010.

Marcus Sales — Meet the 2012 Syracuse football team | The Juice Online
During Syracuse’s five game losing streak, one thing was painfully obvious on offense—the Orange missed having a deep threat. With no one to stretch the field, SU’s offense became anemic, averaging just 16.2 points during its slide. That figures to change this year with the return of wide receiver Marcus Sales.

Syracuse University Athletics - Women's Distance Runners Prep For NCAA's
Five seniors and two juniors will lead a pack of 10 Syracuse mid-distance and distance runners into the NCAA East Preliminary Round this weekend in Jacksonville, Fla. Katie Hursey will pilot five Orange student-athletes, the most of any school in the steeplechase, on Friday at 9:30 p.m.

Syracuse University Football: What would another summer of change in college football bring for SU? |
It can be a dangerous thing to have all that time to think as well. Because when athletic directors, college presidents, league commissioners, and the powers that be in college football lay in that hammock, they picture a world where college football is in a constant state of flux. Where "change is the new normal".

Syracuse University Athletics - Monk's Career Takes Center Stage
The Syracuse University graduate is one of 14 former standout players and three coaches who make up the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012. The group will be inducted at the 55th National Football Foundation Annual Awards Dinner on December 4, 2012, at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York City. They will be honored guests at the National Hall of Fame Salute at the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on January 2, 2013, and officially enshrined in the summer of 2013.

Big East, Pac-12 take major hits as realignment rages on - Luke Winn -
There are some significant developments, the first one being that that Pitt-Syracuse combo lifts the ACC into top position for eight out of 10 seasons:

College football -- Coaches we love to hate - ESPN
Michigan fans hate Rich Rodriguez for hiring Greg Robinson. Syracuse fans hate Greg Robinson for, well, being Greg Robinson.

Brent Axe: TV, Radio, HCCC Grad Covers All The Bases - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch, Utica, New York
Brent Axe's rise to the A-list on the sports air waves is a good one.

Nation Of Orange - Five Best Dunks In Syracuse Basketball History
On Brent Axe's show, On The Block, he mentioned the Hakim Warrick dunk over Royal Ivey. That got us thinking, is that the best dunk in Syracuse history? In order to determine that, we compiled our top five dunks all-time at Syracuse. Let the debate begin:

Syracuse University Athletics - Boeheim Foundation Benefits From Tops Friendly Markets "Jams For Slams"
The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation was presented with a check for $2,125 from Tops Friendly Markets at the Nottingham Road store on Monday. The gift was part of the "Jams for Slams" charity campaign. Tops donated $25 for each Syracuse dunk in the Carrier Dome this season.

Syracuse basketball head coach Jim Boeheim talks about the 2012 Olympic basketball team. Injuries may play a big part on what the roster looks like. Boeheim is part of the coaching staff (