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What they're saying: Tyler Ennis 'could get major minutes' quickly at Syracuse |
Some quick reaction to the Thursday's announcement by Class of 2013 point guard Tyler Ennis to verbally commit to Syracuse University.

Ennis felt the commitment from 'Cuse - Dave Telep Blog Blog - ESPN
"They didn’t have to explain anything," said Tony McIntyre, Ennis’ father and travel team coach with CIA Bounce. "There’s an understanding. Tyler played for the Canadian team and that was near and dear to Coach Boeheim’s heart. He said he would show that he would be at the games in April and told us he would make sure his staff was there. We run into that with Canada basketball. He called when he was in England. He stayed in contact."

Syracuse University Athletics - Orange Show Gratitude through Scrimmage
"We thought when we came up here that we had a great appreciation for what the military does for us with giving us the freedom to do what we can do every single day," Marrone said. "I think we are leaving here with a greater appreciation of what goes on with the military. We have a great deal of respect for the discipline of the military. We have to practice that. Just like the general said, as we're getting ready to go with football, our thoughts and prayers will be with the men and women of the military daily."

Syracuse Basketball Recruiting: Wayne Selden Narrows List, Orange In Top 6 - SB Nation New York
Wayne Selden, a small forward recruit for the Class of 2013, narrowed his list of possible schools over the weekend, and the Syracuse Orange basketball program made his final list of six. Selden, who's is ranked the No. 21-best prospect by Rivals and No. 4-best small forward by Scout, also included Ohio State, Florida, UCLA, Missouri and Kansas in his top six, and eliminated Kentucky and North Carolina.

The Morning Orange: Daryl Johnston weighs in |
Overall, it was a combination of adjustment, a heavy workload, a lot of football practice at the Division I level . . . and then, you know, there is a social life in college. The point is, Mac had a great sense of humor. And in time my mother came to enjoy that line a little bit, too. But I can tell you that in the beginning she was not really happy with it.

Brent Axe AP Poll: Preseason |
Speaking of Syracuse, I wonder if my man Sean Keeley over at Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician will start a "quest for the other's receiving votes" category for Syracuse football now that he knows I am an AP voter.

Syracuse University Athletics - Twenty-Six Home Events Slated For OAA
Orange All Access (OAA) brings exclusive coverage of Syracuse's Olympic sports to subscribers this fall with live game webcasts. A total of 26 home events, encompassing four sports, are scheduled to air on

Mixed Juice: Can Syracuse’s defense improve? | 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 defense improve from the 2011 season?

Mr. Versatility - YNN, Your News Now
The question is not "what position will former Rush-Henrietta star Ashton Broyld play at Syracuse?" The question is what position won't he play?

Pressure on in Syracuse - Times Union
"Coach brought us here for a reason," defensive tackle Davon Walls said. "He really wanted us to come together as a unit and be accountable for whatever we do."

Things look good for Syracuse football to hold another camp at Fort Drum next year |
Asked if he’d consider a return trip, Marrone said there was no reason not to. "I would love to," he said. "There’s a lot of logistics. And it depends on what’s going on in the world, whether we can do it or not. But it was a great experience for us."

Syracuse Basketball: Why C.J. Fair Is Crucial to Syracuse's Success This Season | Bleacher Report
Fair also has an opportunity to increase his draft stock, as he is now a focal point in the Syracuse offense. Expect big things from C.J. Fair this season, as he is primed to be the star of the Syracuse team.

Adrian Flemming might be injured in real life, but he looks great hauling in this TD pass against Wyoming in the Pointsettia Bowl in the video game future: