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Syracuse Daily Links - Why Kris Joseph Deserves A Celtics Roster Spot


Green Street " Why Kris Joseph deserves the 15th Celtics roster spot (Part One)
"He hadn’t played lot of high-level ball until his last two years of high school, so once he puts everything together this kid has so much talent that the upside is huge for him," said Syracuse assistant Adrian Autry, who served as Joseph’s positional coach this past season and faced him as a high school assistant at Paul VI (Fairfax, Va.). "He played basketball, but not at that level and not every day. Hockey is the sport in Canada, so once he got into that type of environment where he was playing at a high level and playing every day, he was very impressive."

2012 Big East Previews: Syracuse with Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician > Russell Athletic Bowl
As the college football season draws closer, we’re taking a look at all of our partner schools with some of the bloggers who know them best. Today Sean from Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician helps us preview Syracuse.

Syracuse basketball recruiting profile: Isaiah Whitehead |
Last week, Whitehead announced that he would visit the Syracuse campus on Aug. 29. He has already visited UCLA and hopes to visit Kentucky.

Bracketology - NCAA College Basketball Brackets and Predictions - ESPN
Syracuse is No. 2 in the East according to Lunardi. Commence freaking out over this!!!

The Morning Orange: Let us praise the Syracuse football schedule, which is tougher than most |
In any event, let us salute Doug Marrone's Orange for its scheduling spine. Northwestern/Southern California/Stony Brook/Minnesota/Missouri may not be the summit of Everest, exactly. But it does seem to be higher than any other club out there is willing to climb.

Coaches say that education, not bans, the best way to deal with Twitter, other social media |
Orange head coach Doug Marrone said he thought about banning the use of Twitter by his team, after learning that reporters and bloggers sometimes try to contact players to get information, which is outside the lines SU has drawn for media to interact with its athletes. Marrone said last week that he decided against a ban, particularly after talking to players about social media and the dangers of putting certain things out there.

New Orleans Saints rookie G Andrew Tiller undergoes surgery to repair torn triceps muscle - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News -
New Orleans Saints guard Andrew Tiller underwent successful surgery on Friday to repair a torn triceps muscle, according to Tiller's agent Andy Simms. Simms said Tiller (6-5, 326) should be fully healthy in 4-6 months and is expected to be placed on injured reserve.

Syracuse University football team gets visits from two players it would love to see in orange |
"I could not find one thing I didn’t like about my visit," Wilson said at the time of his first visit 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."

Syracuse Football 12 in '12: No.1 Sean Hickey (and the offensive line) |
It isn't that bold of a statement to say a football team will win or lose based on their play in the trenches. For the Syracuse University football team, it is underlined, highlighted, circled in red pen, and has a big neon sign hanging above it.

Football Beat Writer Introductions – Ryne Gery – The official sports blog for The Daily Orange
I’ve covered the SU women’s ice hockey, softball, women’s basketball and men’s lacrosse teams over the last two years, and now I’m looking forward to providing insight and telling the stories surrounding the football team this season.

Football Beat Writer Introductions – Chris Iseman – The official sports blog for The Daily Orange
I remember sitting in the student section of the Carrier Dome on Sept. 5, 2009, to watch Syracuse open its season against Minnesota. Every other student around me was excited and vocal, many of them experiencing Orange football for the first time also. Me? I spent most of my time between plays and during stoppages staring up at the press box. That’s where I wanted to be. Not in the student section.

Syracuse University Athletics - Men's Soccer to Hold Walk-On Tryout
The Syracuse men's soccer program has scheduled a walk-on tryout for Thursday, Sept. 4 at 3 p.m. at the Hookway Fields training complex adjacent to South Campus. The tryout is open to all male Syracuse University students.

Syracuse University football assistant Tim Daoust takes on twice the responsibility this season |
"I’m extremely excited about the opportunity," said Daoust, who is in his second year with Marrone. "We had a great spring and a great summer, and I’m extremely excited about the opportunity Doug gave me. There is no pressure at all. I’ve got four of them (positions) now and we’re all hearing the same thing and moving forward. It’s going to be a great opportunity."

2012 Syracuse Orange Football Preview | Maddux Sports
The strong 2010 campaign led to high expectations in 2011, but expectations that were completely unfulfilled. The Orange look to build mediocrity into decency this year, and Marrone may be a huge reason why — if it happens. However, their non-conference games will be difficult, with opponents such as USC, Northwestern, Missouri, and Minnesota.

Syracuse Football: 3 Reasons the Orange Will Improve in 2012 | Bleacher Report
For a team that won just five games last year, and only one inside the Big East, it's hard to envision much improvement with a decent amount of the same pieces on both sides of the ball. That doesn't even take into account the loss of first-round pick Chandler Jones. With that being said, I actually do believe that the Orange could show some improvement and make their way back to a bowl game. Let's take a look at three reasons why.

Mixed Juice: How will Syracuse’s offense do? | The Juice Online
In the latest edition of a multi-part series, editorial staff of The Juice Online discuss various topics on Syracuse football. Today’s topic: Can Syracuse’s offense rebound from its subpar 2011 season?

Fact: If you put on dance music within 500 feet of Otto, he is required to dance.