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NBA Draft 2012: Character issues surround shooting guard Dion Waiters of Syracuse |
"The biggest knock on Waiters is his character, something he began to address by agreeing to come off the bench last season at Syracuse. The Dwyane Wade comparison is a popular one, but Waiters is much more raw than Wade was when he entered the league."

NBA Draft 2012: Dion Waiters Scouting Report - SB Nation Dallas
In a nutshell, Waiters is a thick, instinctual and aggressive basketball player who understands how to play the game. While his height/length isn't ideal for an NBA two-guard, he's the kind of player who knows how to assert himself and he is the type of player who has the strength and skills to negate a good deal of the size discrepancy he'll face at the next level. He likely won't be around when the Mavs draft at 17, but he is a unique player that it will be interesting to track at the next level.

Syracuse University Athletics - Eaton Looks For Second National Title
Senior hurdler Jarret Eaton has his eyes set on his second national title of the season this week at the NCAA Outdoor Championship in Des Moines, Iowa. Eaton, the winner of the NCAA Indoor national title in the 60-meter hurdles, will be competing in the 110-meter hurdles looking to become the sixth student-athlete since 1999 to win both the 60 and 110-meter championships

Big East football: Ranking the non-conference schedules | Berry Tramel's Blog
Games against traditional powers: Eight. Read that again. The Big East is playing eight marquee games – Cincinnati-Virginia Tech, Pitt-Virginia Tech, Pitt-Notre Dame, South Florida-Florida State, South Florida-Miami, Syracuse-Southern Cal, Temple-Penn State, Rutgers-Arkansas. That’s 20.5 percent. That’s almost as many games against heavyweight as against I-AA foes. Great job, Big East. The Big 12 is playing TWO such games.

Ashton Broyld — Meet the 2012 Syracuse football team | The Juice Online
To be sure, Broyld will take some snaps as Syracuse’s Wildcat quarterback. But that isn’t the only place you’ll see him in the fall. Broyld is the No. 3 running back on the post-spring depth chart and also saw time at wide receiver in the Orange’s spring game.

Syracuse Orange 2012 College Football Schedule, Preview
With non-conference games against USC and Missouri and road contests against two of the top teams in the Big East in Cincinnati and Rutgers on the schedule, it’ll be tough for Marrone to find his Orange bowl eligible come the end of November. The biggest concern for Syracuse fans should be that Marrone has a fair amount of decent players, but no one that will make the highlights on SportsCenter’s Top 10.

2011-12 Syracuse year in review: Basketball’s magical run | The Juice Online
It was one of the most unique teams in Syracuse history, not just because of their success, but also in how they achieved it.

Nation Of Orange - Catching Up With Rob Long
One of the most beloved Syracuse athletes in recent memory, former punter Rob Long spoke with us about his NFL prospects, time at Syracuse, and plans for the future.

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