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Syracuse Daily Links - Ticket Info For San Jose, Southie Stays Away From ESPN

Currently, tickets are available only to athletic donors in the Director's level ($5,000) or higher.

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Ticket information for Syracuse's NCAA Tournament game in San Jose |

Currently, tickets are available only to athletic donors in the Director's level ($5,000) or higher. Those donors can purchase up to four tickets now through Monday at 2 p.m. At that time, if any tickets remain, they will go on sale to season ticket holders and Orange Club members ($4,999 & below) on Tuesday at noon.

James Southerland believes in some shooting superstitions; he won't overdose on ESPN |

"I don’t really like to watch too many basketball games, to be honest with you," he said. Southerland then turned to Jim Boeheim and said, "No offense, Coach." "You don’t have to watch any," Boeheim said in response.

SU football players involved in December scuffle with police deliver judge letters of apology |

After handing the judge a letter of apology, Syracuse University starting linebacker Marquis Spruill pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment for his involvement in a December scuffle with city police. Judge Theodore Limpert in Syracuse City Court then sentenced Spruill, 21, to a one-year conditional discharge.

Syracuse might use more than one QB - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN

"If that’s one player, great, if that’s two players, great," Shafer said. "It’s whatever we have to do. In the perfect world we’d love to be a one-system quarterback as the starter, as compared to two or multiple guys playing it, but at the end of the day, we’ll be a win-system quarterback approach, where that position has to be able to win for us. No different than any other position on the team.

Syracuse’s NCAA history provides Griz fans with hope | Griz Basketball

You want hope? No problem. Sure, Syracuse is one of the nation’s marquee basketball programs, but Boeheim and the boys have suffered their share of memorable NCAA upsets. Three times in the past eight years, a double-digit seeded team has squeezed the Orange: Vermont (13) in 2005, Texas A&M (12) in 2006 and Marquette (11) in 2011. And, of course, Syracuse endured one of the mother-of-all-upsets in 1991, losing as a No. 2 seed to 15th-seeded Richmond.

Best of Brando: Jim Boeheim on Big East tourney, Montana matchup

Syracuse basketball head coach Jim Boeheim joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss their run through the Big East tournament as well as their second round matchup with Montana.

All 68 NCAA Tournament Schools Ranked By Coolest Person Who Went There | Extra Mustard -

3. Syracuse: Lou Reed The Velvet Underground frontman graduated with a B.A. from Syracuse in 1964.

Syracuse University Athletics - Young Nabs BIG EAST Honor

Young made his Orange debut, starting on close defense versus the Blue Jays. He picked up one ground ball and held JHU attackman Brandon Benn to just three shots and one goal (which came off a rebound in front of the cage). Benn had entered the game ranked eighth nationally at 3.6 goals per contest.

The Case For the ‘Cuse — Dads Round Table

If I were a shop owner along South Salina Street I would start getting ready for the Championship parade to roll through. It’s time. Oh and to everyone in the ACC, look who’s coming to town.

Nate Silver bracket: Louisville, Indiana, Gonzaga, and Florida in Final Four -

In the East, Indiana is the heavy favorite with a 52.3% chance to make the Final Four. No. 2 Miami is given a 12.7% chance and No. 4 Syracuse a 11.7% chance.

Syracuse Basketball is headed to San Jose to take on Montana in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, and as CitrusTV's Katy Williams explains, the team is hoping that that the momentum it gained in New York can travel across the country to the West Coast.