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Syracuse Daily Links - Matt Roe Leaves SU Radio Broadcasts

"It was a matter of spending so much time away from home,'' Roe said Tuesday.

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Matt Roe to leave Syracuse basketball radio broadcasts |

"It was a matter of spending so much time away from home,'' Roe said Tuesday. "My daughter's 10 years old and my son's 8. My daughter begs me to coach her youth basketball team. I figure I've got about eight years left with these kids before they're grown and out of the house.''

Syracuse coach Scott Shafer believes Ross Krautman 'has some more kicks in him' |

"Those are all things we've communicated and we're not to the point where we want to make anything public right now," Shafer said. "I think he has some more kicks in him. I really do. But that will be revealed as time goes forward."

Orange Watch: A full Carrier Dome will provide needed home field advantage for Syracuse | The Juice Online

When a capacity crowd in the Dome erupts in unison for the home team, the Teflon supported roof takes over and does its job of keeping that noise confined.

Three Key Recruits Syracuse Football is Focused on During the Season : Orange Fizz

Senior seasons have begun, and with players attending big games and getting a better feel for which school will fit them best, expect recruiting to heat up.

Going the distance: Whelan leads 9th-ranked Orange in quest for ACC championship | The Daily Orange

Joseph Whelan was Syracuse's top finisher in the Harry Lang Invitational on Sept. 7, claiming fifth overall with a time of 20:34.90 in the 6400 meter run.

Johnson emerges as SU second-stringer two years after picking up football | The Daily Orange

Now a freshman defensive end in Syracuse, Johnson has seen action in three of four games. Two years ago, he didn’t believe he would go to any college, never mind play football for Syracuse.

No. 3 Tigers excited for trip to unfamiliar territory "

"They play in the (New York) Giants’ stadium, right?" one Tiger o-lineman asked.

Is the ACC For Real in Football? - Backing The Pack

The league may have as many as four national championship contenders.

Syracuse football versus Clemson primer: D.J. Howard gathers attention after career game |

A look at what writers who cover the Clemson Tigers are saying today, just four days away from the Syracuse-Clemson game at the Carrier Dome.

Syracuse commit Jason Cabinda gets Penn State offer, says he'll take recruiting 'day-by-day' |

All of a sudden, Syracuse has some competition on the recruiting front for New Jersey linebacker Jason Cabinda.

Syracuse recruit KJ Williams has unlimited potential but is going through frustrations in his senior year |

The centerpiece of Syracuse's 2014 recruiting class is months away from signing his letter of intent, but he is every bit the 17-year-old in the early stages of a career with unlimited potential.

Syracuse basketball evaluations: Baye Moussa Keita (video) |

Over the course of the last three years, Baye Moussa Keita has turned himself into a defensive presence and, thanks to his boundless energy and willingness to hustle, the most reliable of Syracuse's three centers.

At it again: Donte Greene puts up big numbers for Dongguan Leopards |

On Monday, Greene came back with another display of offensive firepower. The former Syracuse University forward scored 37 points. Despite Greene's performance, the Leopards still suffered an 82-81 loss to the Breakers.

Syracuse basketball recruit Chris McCullough committed early, wants to make immediate impact |

"All I can do (now) is work on my game. I don't have to hear other schools calling me," he said in an email. "I'm set (where) I'm going (and can) work on my game and school work."

Midnight Madness: Find out when the top teams throw their opening parties -

It took Jim Boeheim a while to formally announce the Orange's participation in the Madness, but they chose the same night as new conference mates Duke for their event. Boeheim wasn't the biggest fan of the NCAA rule changes, although he didn't mind the potential for a couple extra days of practice. Boeheim told the Syracuse Post-Standard he'd prefer to keep it the way it was.

Paul Pasqualoni becomes only eighth AQ conference coach in BCS era fired after fewer than 30 games |

Pasqualoni, who was fired Monday after compiling a 10-18 record in two-plus seasons at Connecticut, is only the 16th coach in an automatic qualifying conference to have a tenure of less than 30 games in the BCS era.

2013-14 College Basketball Preview: Conference predictions -

Syracuse picked to finish 2nd or 3rd in ACC this season. Everyone picks Duke to win it.