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Syracuse Football 12 in '12: No. 4, Marcus Sales |
Several Syracuse University football players and coaches are on this list because they play a key role in following through on the wishes of head coach Doug Marrone to create more big plays on offense. Perhaps no one on this team puts more life into that discussion than wide receiver Marcus Sales.

A look at the upcoming Syracuse University football season : Sports :
Preseason practice is less than a week in for the Syracuse University football team. While it's probably too early to have a good grasp on who will start in positions that have the fiercest competition, it's never too early to speculate on the season ahead.

Syracuse University Athletics - Four Named to U.S. National Team
The U.S. women's lacrosse squad will have an Orange hue as rising seniors Michelle Tumolo and Becca Block and former Syracuse All-Americans Katie Rowan and Liz Hogan have been named to the 2012-14 national senior team.

Preseason 2012 Top 25 countdown: No. 22 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Raise your hand if you know where Lemon ranked last year in the Big East in receptions per game. Hey, you out there, put your hand down! Lemon ranked No. 3 in the Big East with 5.7 receptions a game, just ahead of highly heralded receiver Stedman Bailey at West Virginia. Bailey had many more explosive plays and was better after the catch, but folks in the Big East should not snooze on Lemon, the most consistent receiver returning to the Big East.

Nation Of Orange - Orange Outlook: Linebackers
Next up on our ‘Orange Outlook’ series is the linebackers. They are looking to make a name for themselves this year after struggling for the majority of the 2011 season.

Critical Coaches: Who is the most overrated coach in the country? -
Jim Boeheim comes in 7th in voting with 4 percent. Overrrated??? The most bull***yt thing I've heard in thirty years!

Deputy athletics director Herman Frazier has one eye on Syracuse football and one on the London Olympics |
"Coming from a humble background and beginnings, (it was special) for my family to see me get up there on the podium and get the gold medal around my neck," he said. "And for my father to be in attendance to see that happen … that’s big-time. That’s huge."

Syracuse University football team gets a visit from a player who helped the Orange go 10-3 in 2001 |
"From what I’ve seen and heard he is sending the right message and the players are responding," Alexander said. "They are on the way back. It’s great to see."

Syracuse basketball recruiting profile: Dakari Johnson |
Dakari Johnson is one of the most dominant prep players in the country regardless of class. Two years ago, the 6-10, 250-pound center, who was then just a freshman, went toe-to-toe with senior All-American Andre Drummond. Johnson had 12 points and nine rebounds in the match-up with the future NBA lottery pick. - Blogs: High School Insider" Blog Archive " Diamond Ferri returns to Everett as an assistant football coach
The Montreal Alouettes’ loss is Everett High School’s gain. Everett football coach John DiBiaso announced that two-time Herald All-Scholastic running back Diamond Ferri was returning to his high school alma mater as an assistant coach.

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Recruiting Class Ranked 14th
The Orange men's soccer team's 2012 recruiting class has been ranked in the top 30 nationally by College Soccer News. Syracuse checks in at No. 14 on the publication's list of the highest-rated groups, the best mark in Ian McIntyre's three-year tenure as head coach.

Peach State Pipeline? Syracuse’s Top 3 Football Targets in Georgia : Orange Fizz
The Peach State is a hot bed for top football talent, and Marrone has focused in on it. He’s signed 5 prospects out of GA in his last two recruiting classes, and 2 of those were 3-star targets in ’12. In February, SU received commits from Stone Mountain’s Joshua Parris, Alpharetta’s Josh Manley and Lawrenceville’s George Morris. All three are highly touted and will make an impact on the Orange. It’s a new horizon for SU. In Syracuse’s 4 recruiting classes from 2005-2008, Groobers didn’t bring a single prospect out of Georgia. Not one.

4 Guys That Syracuse Fans Still Hate | College Spun
Syracuse fans can probably all agree on a few things: John Thompson is a prick, Pat Dye is a chicken, Greg Robinson is an awful coach, and T.J. Sorrentine’s shot "from the parking lot" still haunts them. Don’t believe me? Ask one yourself.

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