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Syracuse Daily Links - Jerami Grant Suspension Explained, RGLGA Charley Loeb

Find out the details behind Jerami Grant's suspension as well as the way that Charley Loeb might be sticking around Syracuse after this season...

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Syracuse hopes to keep Charley Loeb as graduate assistant next season, Scott Shafer says |

"He's also decided that he thinks he wants to coach football," Shafer said on his weekly teleconference. "And we're going to try to keep him on as a graduate assistant here when he's done playing."

Syracuse basketball recruit Chris McCullough said he plans to sign Orange letter-of-intent |

McCullough, a 6-foot-9 forward ranked among the nation's Top 20 recruits, made a verbal commitment to SU last November. He declined to say what led to his exile from Brewster.

Jerami Grant's father says Syracuse player served one-game suspension for playing in second summer league |

"It was an extra game,'' Harvey Grant said Tuesday morning. "It was a game he wasn't supposed to play in. The coaches found out. It was a self-imposed penalty.''

3 Ways Syracuse Basketballer Trevor Cooney Has Already Improved : Orange Fizz

It will be hard to replicate what Orange Nation witnessed on Friday, but the game does give Trevor Cooney a great platform to build off of with Fordham entering the Loud House tonight. With so many questions coming into this season, it is good to see the Orange trying to answer them early.

Orange Watch: Syracuse football poised for another November run to a bowl game | The Juice Online

"(We’ve) been hungry from the beginning of the season, the defense covers our backs, we cover theirs," he explained after directing his third ACC win. "It’s just one win at a time. We enjoy the wins, and then it’s back to work."

Quarterbacks Edouard, Long prepare to compete at Syracuse next fall | The Daily Orange

"If I do all that I need to do, I can’t see myself not starting next year," Long said.

Syracuse University Online Community - Events

Interested in attended the Syracuse Men's Soccer reception and benefit auction? Check it out.

Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim Impersonates Baye Moussa Keita | ACCDN Photo Booth - Video Dailymotion

Syracuse center Baye Moussa Keita did an impersonation of legendary head coach Jim Boeheim. Boeheim offered his response.

Syracuse basketball vs. Colgate tip time will remain at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday |

According to Syracuse University Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director Joe Giansante, SU inquired about moving the start time so the basketball game would not conflict with the Syracuse-Florida State football game, which begins at 3:30 p.m., but were unable to work something out.

Spending a Saturday watching Syracuse football with injured senior Keon Lyn |

"I miss it," Lyn announces unprompted, to no one in particular. "I miss it so bad."

Working out the kinks: After up-and-down opener, freshman Ennis tries to improve against Fordham | The Daily Orange

The "wow" factor wasn’t there, but the steady presence Boeheim talks about was. He said at the start of the year he expects Ennis to play more than 30 minutes per game, and his main purpose — for now, at least — is to distribute, not necessarily to score.

SU finishes disappointing first ACC season with reasons for optimism | The Daily Orange

Syracuse (7-11-1, 3-9-1 ACC) finished the season 12th in the ACC out of 14 teams, ahead of North Carolina State and Pittsburgh, that went winless in the conference. The Orange missed the cutoff of the top eight teams in the conference that qualify for the ACC tournament.

Oddsmaker explains why Syracuse-Florida State point spread is so big |

This line will be posted at Florida State -38.5 to open, and it is a mere calculation of the matchup itself. The Seminoles were 35-point favorites over Wake Forest and even 21-point favorites over an undefeated Miami team. They both covered easily. So, there is no doubt they should be in the 35-40 point range, especially considering 75 percent of the money was on them to cover last week.

Syracuse football recruiting: Q&A with John Garcia Jr. assessing Orange class of 2014 |

So where exactly does Syracuse stand? The Orange has 13 verbal commitments in its class of 2014, ranging from holdovers like wide receiver Corey Cooper to recent pledges like quarterback Alin Edouard. There are three wide receivers, three linebackers, two quarterbacks, two safeties, one running back, one cornerback and one offensive lineman in the group.

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Rushing Unit Among Best in the ACC

The SU football team has become a force to be reckoned with on the ground, running its way to second in the ACC in rushing yards per game (202.7). The Orange has rushed for more than 200 yards in four of the last seven games including two of 300+ yards.