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Josh Pace gives back - Cuse Country
If you were in Griffin, GA this past weekend and you have a kid ages 8 and up, then there is no reason that your kid shouldn’t have been at the Josh Pace Basketball Life Skills Camp. Fresh from leading the Manuatu Jets to a third-place finish in New Zealand’s National Basketball League (after which they lost their semifinal game to the eventual champs), Josh held this free two-day clinic as a way of giving back to his hometown community.

Nation Of Orange - One Aspect of Laurie Fine's Lawsuit May Be Tossed
ESPN’s motion to dismiss the suit only deals with one out of the six parts. They claim that their reporting was accurate and fair at all times, and they made the motion to dismiss Fine’s claim of libel on the following statement.

Hall of Famer and Syracuse legend Jim Brown to return to Cleveland Browns Stadium after two years away | syracuse.com
The Hall of Famer and former Cleveland Browns running back told The Plain Dealer over the weekend that he'll be back in town September 22-23 when former defensive back Clarence Scott and running back Ernie Green will be inducted into the Cleveland Browns Legends. "I'll be there to support Ernie," Brown told the paper.

Syracuse University has Big East's toughest nonconference slate; which team has softest? | syracuse.com
Over the last several seasons Rutgers has taken the cake when it comes to feasting on creampuffs, but the game at Arkansas and an improving Army team make me hesitate before giving the Scarlet Knights the automatic dishonor of playing the softest nonconference schedule this season. To be fair, Cincinnati’s slate seems to be equally weak overall, and UConn’s is nothing to get worked up over, either. My vote this season goes to the Bearcats. What do you think?

5 storylines heading into the Big East Media Kickoff - CBSSports.com
Syracuse has one of the nation's most difficult schedule and may be headed toward another 5-7 season. The Orange has nonconference games against USC, Northwestern, Missouri and Minnesota. If Syracuse goes 2-2 during the stretch, the Orange will likely have to go 3-4 in conference play to become bowl eligible.

Syracuse Football 12 in '12: No. 9 Shamarko Thomas | syracuse.com
Say or write the name "Shamarko Thomas" and it isn't very long before one word shoots to mind. Impact.

Watch the Big East football media day event live on Tuesday | syracuse.com
Big East football coaches and selected players will meet the media on Tuesday morning, and fans can watch three hours of the event live on the Big East Digital Network. The show starts at 8:55 a.m. when the preseason media poll is announced and continues with remarks by interim commissioner Joe Bailey and associate commissioner Nick Carparelli.

Poliquin: The New York Jets' Brandon Moore won't soon forget his long-ago coach . . . Doug Marrone | syracuse.com
"He was my first O-line coach after I switched over from D-tackle," recalled Moore of the Syracuse University ramrod who served as a Jets staffer between 2002-’05. "He was the one who got me started. If it wasn’t for Doug whipping me into shape and doing all of that extra stuff after practice . . . "

Big East media day poll: I picked Syracuse football fifth | syracuse.com
This year, I picked the Orange to finish fifth out of eight teams in the school’s last season as a member of the Big East. I predicted SU will finish behind Louisville (1st), South Florida, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, but above Rutgers (6th), Connecticut and Temple.

Syracuse recruiting profile: Tyler Ennis | syracuse.com
"He’s a point guard who can score. He’s got great floor vision. When he’s playing with better players, he can get them involved, but I’ve seen him take over games and score 10 or 12 (points) in a row. I think he’s a great player.’’

The Saddest Possible Sports Fan Bucket List - SBNation.com
Finish painting the Big East logo on the side of my Cutlass Ciera.

A short documentary about the 1912 bench on the Syracuse University campus.

Say it with a Kiss from Brett Barry on Vimeo.