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Syracuse Daily Links - On Cam Lynch, Moten A RazorShark

Cameron Lynch was a star at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Ga., but he is remembered more for his impeccable character than his obvious football talent.

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Syracuse linebacker Cameron Lynch beloved for virtue before football in hometown of Snellville, Ga. |

Cameron Lynch was a star at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Ga., but he is remembered more for his impeccable character than his obvious football talent.

Former Syracuse star Lawrence Moten hired as head coach of PBL's Rochester RazorSharks |

"I am looking forward to the start of the season,'' Moten said in a statement. "I am excited to bring a high tempo style that will provide excitement to the fans of Rochester.''

Moose tracks: Former Syracuse, Cowboys fullback Johnston thrives as Fox Sports broadcaster | The Daily Orange

"If it ever got to the point where it wasn’t enjoyable or fun anymore," Johnston said, "I think it would be hard to do."

Where Are They Now Wednesday: Syracuse basketball's Allen Griffin |

"Dayton reminds me of Syracuse in a lot of ways,'' Griffin, a native of Brooklyn who played at Syracuse from 1997 to 2001, said. "The atmosphere and the town support is tremendous. Syracuse is bigger, but from the local store guy to the top businessman in town, they all are Flyer fans, just like Syracuse is. It's a great college town.''

The Jerami Grant interview: Syracuse's basketball forward talks family, focus, frustrations, fun |

It feels a lot more comfortable this year. Last year, it was kind of awkward, me shooting it, because they had changed it from releasing the ball from behind my head to releasing it in front of my head, things like that. It was awkward last year, but I've been shooting it like this for a year now, so it's more comfortable.

Syracuse football: Five statistics-oriented predictions for Saturday’s game against Wake Forest |

This shouldn’t be a high-scoring game, certainly not anything in the neighborhood of the 36-29 margin in the teams’ last meeting in 2010, a contest won by Syracuse. The anticipated scoring (or lack thereof) is the basis of one of this week’s five statistics-oriented predictions.

Maryland expects QB C.J. Brown back to face Syracuse, but starting left tackle quits team |

When C.J. Brown re-assumes his duties for the Terrapins, he’ll have a new starting left tackle.

What's the next coaching step for Syracuse, Duke, UNC and Louisville? -

The Orange job is the easiest to peg because the school actually has a succession plan in place. Whenever Boeheim retires -- again, DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT ASKING FOR A DATE! -- the program will move to longtime assistant (and Syracuse graduate) Mike Hopkins, provided he's still on staff at the time, which is no guarantee. Remember, Hopkins was in play for USC last March and almost certainly would've taken it had it not gone to Andy Enfield (as detailed in this nice story from Mike Waters).

Donovan McNabb returns to Syracuse to get jersey retired, he also played hoops there - College Football News | FOX Sports on MSN

"Basketball is still my first love," McNabb recently said in an interview prior to an episode of Fox Sports Live. "Football paid the bills, but I love hoops too."

Duke’s Hood, Georgia Tech’s Golden among 10 transfers to watch in ACC

Syracuse G/F Michael Gbinije, 6-7, 200, SO – Consensus top-35 prep recruit averaged 5.8 minutes per game for Duke in 2011-12. Had five points, five rebounds and three steals for Syracuse against McGill on preseason tour of Canada. Versatile athlete contributed 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game as prep senior.