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Ennis Wants To Lead Syracuse Back To The Top | HOOPSWORLD | Basketball News & NBA Rumors
"Individually I want to be on the all-conference freshman team, that’s the main thing I want to do because it’s difficult to play in the ACC and be on the all-freshman team," Ennis said. "Hopefully Freshman of the Year, anything more than that would be a plus. "I definitely want to win a championship on the 10th anniversary of them winning a national championship. That and bringing my team together, being a leader playing with guys who are Mcdonalds All-Americans and potential NBA players. That’d be good for me as a player and my resume."

Newest Syracuse commit Tyler Ennis tries to sell 2014 prospect Chris McCullough on Orange |
"He said you should come out there and play with me," the 6-foot-10 McCullough told "It’s too early (for a) decision but it could possibly happen."

Three Keys To A Syracuse Victory Saturday: Number Two - Inside the Loud House - A Syracuse Orange Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
If Syracuse is going to defeat the Wildcats Saturday, Ryan Nassib is going to have to have a day through the air. Like I touched on yesterday with the Northwestern secondary, the quarterbacking situation is absolutely a strength for Syracuse, and quarterback play is going to have to go in Syracuse’s favor.

Syracuse University Athletics - Syracuse Sidelines is Back
Prior to the opening game of the season, Coach Marrone wraps up preseason camp by giving his assessment and will discuss the week of camp that was held at Fort Drum. He will also give his thoughts on both the offense and the defense as well as special teams. On this week's episode, the show will profile senior quarterback Ryan Nassib as he enters into his third season as a starter.

Pitt Blather Permalink " The Return of the Biquarterion
The Biquarterion is a group of once powerful Big East mascots. They meet in Mike Tranghese’s old clubhouse. They control absolutely nothing and don’t plan on it in the future.

Orange keeping excitement in check with season-opener looming - YNN, Your News Now
The season opener is getting closer and closer for the Orange football team, but the players say it's important not to let their excitement get the best of them. SU will play Northwestern in the season opener Saturday at noon in the dome.

On the bright side: In his first season at Syracuse, veteran coach Donnie Henderson aims to turn the struggling secondary around | The Daily Orange
"That’s the No. 1 reason I’m here," Henderson said. "Let’s be honest, it’s because of Doug Marrone. My relationship with him and my relationship with him as far as football coaches, No. 1. We’re on different sides of the ball. We’ve shared the camaraderie, so make no mistakes about it — it’s because of Doug."

Preview: Northwestern Wildcats at Syracuse Orange -
Based on the rest of the Big East games this weekend, this is one of the best. Northwestern is coming off a bowl season in 2011, and Syracuse is looking for some momentum heading into their matchup with Southern Cal on Sept. 8.

The Morning Orange: Rob Moore believes those NFL replacement referees are about to be hassled |
Moore, Syracuse University’s wide receivers coach, was speaking at Manley Field House after he and the Orange had returned from a practice at the Carrier Dome. And while he did his due diligence by spending the bulk of his time discussing the SU likes of Alec Lemon and Marcus Sales, Rob was not hesitant to stray off subject.

Bud and Brent Show: What unit needs to step up for Syracuse in football opener? |
What unit needs to step up Saturday for the Syracuse Orange in the team's opener Saturday against Northwestern? How important is this game for this Syracuse Orange? Could this team start out the season 0-2 and still have a successful season? How many wins will the Orange end up the season with?

game predictions 083012 - Big East Blog - ESPN
The Wildcats have had plenty of success under Pat Fitzgerald, but their win totals have decreased the past few seasons. Kain Colter will present challenges for a Syracuse defense that has had problems stopping dual-threat quarterbacks. But the Orange should be stronger at linebacker and in the secondary. Northwestern is green in the secondary, and Syracuse has a veteran quarterback who can take advantage. Mild upset! Syracuse 24, Northwestern 21.

The cautiously pessimistic Syracuse football season preview | The Juice Online
Fan is short for fanatic, and all fanatics are basically insane. So, I’m embracing my insanity and I’m all in again this season. Does my head tell me this team will actually be good? Nope. But nobody thought the 1987 team could contend for a national title either. There is the off chance that a merry band of misfits can pull it together and achieve greatness. I watched a documentary on that once. A team with little talent that rallied around its leader, pulled together and achieved great things. If you’ve never seen this film before, you really should. I believe it won an Oscar. It’s called "The Mighty Ducks." It’s magical, and don’t you tell me that Doug Marrone isn’t cooler than Emilio Estevez. Those are fighting words.

Someone is really high on Kain Colter as the "Heisman candidate" leads the Wildcats into the Dome to take on the Orange: