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Syracuse Daily Links - Jim Boeheim Keeps Working For Cancer Breakthrough


Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim keeps working for cancer breakthrough |
"We’ve been in this battle for 14 years now with fund-raising and research and providing patient care, and every year you’re thinking ‘OK, are we going to come up with something?’ Boeheim said recently. "Even though there have been advances, we haven’t come up with something that’s going to be an answer yet. So you’re always looking for that answer."

'Cuse Classics: Miracle finish breathes life back into Syracuse football season (Poliquin, 1998) |
When it finally did come down, when it finally did descend after a flight of some 35 yards as time ran out on Saturday night, it fell into the arms of Stephen Brominski. And because it did, because McNabb had again effected a miracle, the Syracuse University Orangemen escaped the madness of the Carrier Dome with a 28-26 victory over Virginia Tech.

Waiters Skyrockets: NBA GM Believes Only Superstars in Draft are Davis & Dion : Orange Fizz
"A number of NBA scouts who I really respect have been telling me for more than a month that the real sleeper in this draft is [Waiters]. One GM went even further. ‘There are really only two potential superstars in this draft. One is a sure thing – freshman Anthony Davis. The other one is Waiters. He can be an electric scorer in the NBA. There’s some Dwyane Wade in him.’"

Breaking Down The Big East: Pittsburgh - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Pittsburgh is the first conference game for the Orange this fall, with the two teams meeting up in the Dome on October 5th.

USC — 2012 Syracuse Football preview | The Juice Online
Syracuse will play USC at MetLife Stadium on Saturday, September 8 in New York’s College Classsic. In preparation for the game, we spoke with Anthony Nelson from The Trojan Empire to get a scouting report on USC.

Former Stanford PF Owens one of 12 to work out for W's Monday
The first workout included Michigan State’s Draymond Green, Xavier’s Tu Holloway, Syracuse’s Kris Joseph, Iona’s Scott Machado, Texas A&M’s Khris Middleton and Vanderbilt’s Jeff Taylor.

Blazers take look at centers in workout | The Columbian
Among the others in Tualatin Tuesday were Old Dominion guard Kent Bazemore, Syracuse forward Kris Joseph, and Long Beach State point guard Casper Ware.

Nation Of Orange - Catching Up With 2013 LB/DE Nick Internicola
Nick Internicola is a versatile prospect in the class of 2013 who can play either outside linebacker or defensive end. At 6'3" 210lbs, Internicola is yet another prospect out of Florida the Orange staff has on their radar. We caught up with Nick recently to discuss his game, recruitment, and interest level in Syracuse.

WGY Inks New 5-Year Deal As Albany Affiliate For Syracuse U. Sports |
Talk WGY-A-F/ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY has signed up to continue for another five years as the CAPITAL REGION affiliate for IMG COLLEGE coverage of SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY football and men's basketball. Some games will air on sister Sports WOFX-A (FOX SPORTS 980), which will also broadcast the school's coaches' shows. WGY has been the local affiliate for ORANGE games since 2001.

The art of nonconference scheduling -- men's college basketball - ESPN
"The game that helped us a lot last year was Syracuse, even in a loss, because we played it relatively close,'' Herrion said. "That was a huge game for us in helping us get a good RPI even in a loss. I think the key is also playing the teams from the non-BCS leagues who are good, like playing Belmont twice and Akron and Ohio. Those games will help you win or lose.''

Kyle McIntosh highlights? Why the hell not!