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Home run summer: Syracuse - Big East Blog - ESPN
So who is going to step it up? Smith showed a few flashes during the spring, but the running game was pretty nonexistent in the spring game. Broyld could provide a spark to the running game, but the Orange are sure to use him at a variety of positions to take advantage of his speed and athleticism.

PSAL football notebook: Ogundeko down to three; King MVP of Upstate-Downstate Classic -
Ebenezer Ogundeko is ready to end the suspense. Thomas Jefferson’s standout defensive end/outside linebacker, who has received over 20 BCS-level scholarship offers, has cut his list down to three – Notre Dame, Florida and Syracuse – and plans to announce his decision by the end of June or early in July, he said.

Nation Of Orange - Getting To Know 2013 C Chinonso Obokoh
Chinonso Obokoh is a center in the 2013 class. While he hasn't received as much national attention as classmates BeeJay Anya, Goodluck Okonoboh, and Chris Walker, Chinonso has been on the Syracuse radar for some time. The big man from Rochester, NY spoke with us about his recruitment, and his game.

FH | Shannon Taylor makes Team USA final roster, headed to 2012 Olympics – The official sports blog for The Daily Orange
Former Syracuse star Shannon Taylor has been selected as one of 16 members on the USA Field Hockey Olympic Team. She will represent America in the 2012 Olympics in London later this summer.

Kill, Crush, Destroy: Omari Palmer Aims for Destruction on Syracuse O-Line : Orange Fizz
"I could do better. I have to work on my steps, staying lower, extending my legs. I have stuff to improve. There is always something to do so you can get better."

Alec Lemon — Meet the 2012 Syracuse football team | The Juice Online
"It’s a team game, I’m not even worried about the stats," Lemon said following Syracuse’s 37-17 loss on Nov. 11. "I am just trying to put up points for our team to win and when we don’t win, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t really count."

Mike Waters talks Syracuse University basketball and boxing (podcast) |
Mike and I talked about Lazarus Sims leaving his dual role of coordinator of player development and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Syracuse to join the coaching staff at Binghamton University and future Orangeman Jerami Grant making the USA Under-18 National Team.

Rochester running back will switch to linebacker to play football at Syracuse University |
"What they (SU coaches) were saying is that he’s got such natural vision, as far as a ballcarrier, and obviously at the linebacker position it’s pretty much the same thing, just doing it from the other side of the line of scrimmage," Lian said.

Syracuse University Athletics - Eaton: USTFCCCA First Team All-American
Redshirt senior hurdler Jarret Eaton, who finished sixth in the 110-meter hurdles last weekend at the NCAA Championship, added to his growing list of accolades on Tuesday. Eaton was named a United States Track & Field and Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) First Team All-American, the second straight honor for Eaton, who was also named an indoor All-American after capturing the national title in the 60-meter hurdles.

Syracuse University Athletics - Caira Named Easton Fastpitch All-American
The post-season awards continue to roll in for recent graduate Jenna Caira of the SU softball team. Caira was named a 2012 Easton Fastpitch Second Team All-American on Monday afternoon.

Etan Thomas spits truth with "A Prison Cell." I will now not go to prison.