clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Syracuse Daily Links - Jim Boeheim Talks Roadwork

Jim Boeheim on I-81: "That's like me coming out there and asking you guys 'Who should I play?'

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim weighs in on the Interstate 81 debate |

Jim Boeheim on I-81: "That's like me coming out there and asking you guys 'Who should I play?'

Ten questions Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim still hasn't been asked (as far as we know) |

Jim Boeheim talks about every subject from gun control to I-81. But we want answers to life's great mysteries, from the place of humans in the universe to his favorite James Bond.

Four games in, Syracuse sees success and room for improvement | The Juice Online

If nothing else, the upcoming schedule gives us a chance to learn a lot more about this year’s Syracuse team, but the team will certainly learn even more.

Wake-Up Call: Syracuse Offense Must Step Up in Maui Invitational : Orange Fizz

This game was a wake-up call. The Orange needs to play tougher to avoid these down-to-the-wire games against lesser opponents.

Dajuan Coleman is an oasis of offense in Syracuse basketball's otherwise arid display |

"If I do get the ball down low, I definitely want to score," Coleman said. "But if I don't, I still have the opportunity to get the offensive rebound and score that way. That's my main focus."

Free sweatshirts! Computer glitch on SU Bookstore site causes mistaken price |

The bookstore received orders for more than 400 sweatshirts before staff members noticed the mistake and cancelled the purchases.

Syracuse coach says FSU the best team he's ever faced -
Scott Shafer's Syracuse team got beaten badly by Florida State on Saturday. He came away incredibly impressed with how talented the Seminoles are.

Daryl Gross believes Florida State is as good as those former champions from Southern California |

Sure, his Syracuse University football team got blasted down in Tallahassee. But the Orange athletic director will tell you that the Seminoles are an extraordinary bunch.

Former Syracuse guard Dion Waiters denies confrontation with Cavs teammate Kyrie Irving |

Waiters says Irving's black eye did not come from him.

Syracuse has a history with Pittsburgh, quarterback Tom Savage |

"He's better than he was back when he was a young guy," Syracuse coach Scott Shafer said Tuesday afternoon on his weekly teleconference with reporters. Shafer was in his first season as Doug Marrone's defensive coordinator in 2009.

Syracuse's Brisly Estime says he's 50-50 for Saturday (no details on injuries until Thursday) |

"We're like everyone around the country right now," Shafer said. "Everyone is banged up and we're fighting the grind. That's football. We'll have an update Thursday on the ACC release. We're going to find out more every day as we move forward. As of now, we're fighting the good fight."

Orange Watch: Washington DC an improvement for Syracuse basketball fans | The Juice Online

Sure, there’s only one Madison Square Garden and nothing duplicates the electricity of Manhattan, but the Chinatown District and surrounding neighborhoods of the nation’s capital would be a lot better atmosphere over a five day event than downtown Greensboro or Charlotte.

Syracuse University Athletics - Eight Named to All-Region Team, Fox Named Northeast Coach of the Year

Eight members of the Syracuse cross country team were named to the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Region team on Monday, six from the men's team and two from the women's. Head coach Chris Fox was named the men's Northeast Region Coach of the Year for the fourth time in his career at Syracuse.

NC’s McPherson, SU’s Handley Capture Weekly Honors - The ACC

North Carolina sophomore middle blocker Victoria McPherson was named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Volleyball Player of the Week, after she helped keep North Carolina’s ACC title hopes alive in an undefeated weekend. Also cited for her performance was Syracuse freshman setter Erica Handley, as she earned her second Freshman of the Week honor of the season.

Underrated no more: ACC stars who fooled the recruiting gurus

2. C.J. Fair, Syracuse.  Fair was the consensus number 96 recruit, the only top-100 recruit on my short list. Still, it’s a long way from there to the pre-season ACC Player of the Year; he edged Harris by one vote and top-10 prepsters like Jabari Parker and James Michael McAdoo by a lot more than that. The lanky lefty from Baltimore averaged 14.3 points and 7 rebounds per game last season.  Fair missed his junior year in high school due to a knee injury, which explains a lot.