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Syracuse Daily Links - Edwards Out, Men's Lax Heads To Ohio

One-time Syracuse commit Augustus Edwards is no longer considering the school. Also, SU lacrosse is traveling to Columbus, Ohio, for a pair of scrimmages.


Augustus Edwards drops Syracuse: NY's top back down to FSU, Miami -

One-time Syracuse commit Augustus Edwards is no longer considering the school, and will instead be choosing between Florida State and Miami.

Syracuse vs. St. John’s: Is this the legacy of the Big East? | The Juice Online

You’d be hard-pressed to even fit the Johnnies into the "rival" bucket. Over the last five years, the Orange have a 5-0 record against the Red Storm, with an average margin of victory of 17 points. Is this the memory that you’d want to take away from all the years of banging with the Big East?

Syracuse football commit Malik Brown: A closer look |

"I think Syracuse fans should stay pretty confident with him. The SEC is a different animal and Tennessee is there. But the fact that he hasn’t already committed to taking that visit to Tennessee, and the fact that N.C. State is still a visit possibility for this weekend, I think bodes very well for Syracuse."

Bud and Brent Show: Syracuse basketball has a shortage of players and Super Bowl picks (video) |

What the Dajuan Coleman injury will mean for Syracuse. Who will have to step up for Syracuse? Does it even matter that he is out for up to four weeks?

Syracuse men's lacrosse hits the road for scrimmages Saturday |

Syracuse head coach John Desko and his team will be on the bus for eight hours on Friday, traveling to Columbus, Ohio, for a pair of scrimmages. "We might have to rethink this one" in the future, Desko said.

Jim Boeheim, Mike Waters talk Syracuse-Pittsburgh basketball with Gomez & Dave (audio) |

Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim talked with Gomez & Dave of Syracuse radio station TK99 before Saturday's game against Pittsburgh.

Syracuse football commit Chauncey Scissum: A closer look |

"He was a four-year starter on four very, very good teams. He is a very good athlete. A long, athletic kid that has a lot of strength. I think he will adjust very well to the rigors of the college game."

Mike Waters talks with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ray Fittipaldo about Syracuse basketball |

Post-Standard basketball writer Mike Waters talked with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writer Ray Fittipaldo about Saturday's men's basketball game between Syracuse University and Pittsburgh.

Don Oakleaf on Lyons-Newark ..::.. S2 #13 | Upstate Hoops Podcast

Don Oakleaf, Lyons class of 1962 and former high school teammate of Jim Boeheim calls-in to the show to talk about the former rivalry games between Lyons and Newark as the two Wayne-Finger Lakes schools prepare to meet on the hardcourt for the first time since 1970.

Exclusive Interview: Zach Chibane, OG, Syracuse " NFL Draft Zone

I’m training right here at Syracuse University, on campus, with our Strength & Conditioning Coach Will Hicks. There is no one better in the business. I’m comfortable here and working hard to keep improving on the basics. Just working on basic football concepts, and also working on speed, position-related concepts and explosion.

Onondaga Nation man wants to bring professional lacrosse back to Syracuse |

Powless, a member of the Eel Clan of the Onondaga Nation and assistant director of the Native Student Program at Syracuse University, has organized a professional indoor lacrosse exhibition game at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena. The game will be played at 7 p.m. Feb. 21 and tickets go on sale Friday.

Syracuse University Athletics - MCW on Robertson Trophy Watch List

Sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams has been named to the 2013 Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List, as selected and announced by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association this afternoon.

Former Syracuse manager climbing coaching ranks as assistant at Lycoming | The Daily Orange

Winshall’s passion, work ethic and knack for absorbing information have helped him ascend the coaching ladder. By joining the Syracuse basketball program in 2007 as a manager, he became part of a well-regarded family tree. The relationships he established at Syracuse, as well as the connections he’s been able to form outside of the program, have positioned him to advance his career even more.