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"The last time Terrel Hunt threw a touchdown, it was still baseball season."

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Timing his shot: Hunt attempts to snap touchdown drought, bring SU to bowl eligibility against Pittsburgh | The Daily Orange

The last time Terrel Hunt threw a touchdown, it was still baseball season.

Grinding it Out: McFarlane, Morris II are next Wave of Syracuse Running Backs : Orange Fizz

As the season winds down, the Orange has turned to freshmen Devante McFarlane and George Morris II for more carries. Both have been effective with McFarlane averaging nearly seven yards per carry and Morris averaging over four yards per carry. Each has shown burst of speeds that Jerome Smith and Prince-Tyson Gulley don’t show as often.

Syracuse basketball needs more from its group of centers | The Juice Online

Four games into the Syracuse basketball season, some of the preseason observations and predictions are starting to take shape. Others are falling by the wayside.

Doctor Robert: Pitt vs. Syracuse Injury Report - Cardiac Hill

A look at the Panthers' injuries in advance of Saturday's game

Syracuse football makes its plea to the community: 'We want you. We need you. Will you help us?' |

"The reason that people complain is that they want the team to win," Joe Giansante, one of Syracuse's senior associate athletic directors, said Wednesday afternoon. "Well, this is their chance. This is their chance to understand the moment, to understand the significance of the moment. If the community wants this program to win, this is their chance to do something about it."

A look back at Scott Shafer's introductory press conference: Is Syracuse who we'd thought it'd be? |

With two games remaining in the regular season, the main objective of the season — earning a second straight bowl appearance — is still in front of this Orange team. But did it go according to plan? Is Syracuse who we thought it'd be as it sits at 5-5 overall and 3-3 in the ACC heading into Saturday's 12:30 p.m. kick against Pittsburgh at the Carrier Dome?

'The Blitz' with Dan Conley week 11: Syracuse football vs. Pittsburgh |

Brent Axe and Dan Conley are back to breakdown the Syracuse-Pittsburgh game. Can the Orange clinch a bowl birth?

Is Syracuse the most resilient college football team in America? |

"It's because we're better than that," Broyld said. "Usually teams don't really bounce back. We have a lot of character on this team and we play better after a loss like that. We play better when odds are against us.

Syracuse University Athletics - Men's Soccer Posts Productive First Season in the ACC

Syracuse posted a 10-7-1 record, including a 3-7-1 mark in the ACC. SU finished with 10 points and in ninth place in the final conference standings, one point shy of earning an ACC Tournament berth. Despite its inability to qualify for the post season, head coach Ian McIntyre's squad made strides in 2013 and laid an important foundation upon which to build in the ACC and beyond.

Syracuse University Athletics - Fair Adds Naismith To Watch List Honors

Senior forward C.J. Fair is one of 50 student-athletes included on the 2013-14 Naismith Men's Player of the Year Trophy watch list, as announced by the Atlanta Tipoff Club on Thursday, Nov. 21.

Student section lacks enthusiasm for SU sporting events | The Daily Orange

There is no denying that Syracuse University has a proud sports tradition in football, basketball, lacrosse and many other sports. However, it is also painfully clear that student fan support of these programs along with our fan culture in general is, quite frankly, terrible.


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