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Michael Carter-Williams has been selected as a finalist for the 2013 Oscar Robertson National Player of the Year Trophy, as announced by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA).

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Syracuse University Athletics - MCW a Finalist for the Robertson Trophy

Sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams has been selected as a finalist for the 2013 Oscar Robertson National Player of the Year Trophy, as announced by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) today. Carter-Williams is among 14 outstanding players in consideration for the annual award, presented by Aflac.

Syracuse University Athletics - Mullins Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll

Mullins teamed with fellow close defender David Hamlin to hold Virginia leading scorer Nick O'Reilly without a point. O'Reilly had been averaging 4.8 points per game prior to the contest. Mullins also recorded a caused turnover.

Syracuse men's lacrosse win over Virginia: What to take away | syracuse.com

There is no doubt SU has upped play in the past two games. But will it last?

Syracuse basketball: Jerami Grant needs more time and Scoop Jardine's strong message (Brent Axe Podcast) | syracuse.com

In today's "Axecast," I examine the theory growing among fans that Syracuse's inside struggles can be related to the coaching of Mike Hopkins.

Syracuse women's basketball: Quentin Hillsman talks Louisville, late-game intentional fouls | syracuse.com

"What the plan was, they were driving down the court, and everyone has this big theory that you have one to give," Hillsman said. "So now I foul you, but I can't guard you the next possession because I don't want to foul you. That's my theory on it. Right, wrong or indifferent, that's just my theory. (If you foul, then) everyone's yelling 'No foul, No foul.' I think sometimes people try to out-coach themselves. We say guard the ball. I told Kayla (Alexander) block the shot. If you can block the shot go for it as hard as you can because we have a foul to give. ... so for the record I'm not a foul-to-give guy."

Syracuse women's basketball: Quentin Hillsman talks Louisville, late-game intentional fouls | syracuse.com

"What the plan was, they were driving down the court, and everyone has this big theory that you have one to give," Hillsman said. "So now I foul you, but I can't guard you the next possession because I don't want to foul you. That's my theory on it. Right, wrong or indifferent, that's just my theory. (If you foul, then) everyone's yelling 'No foul, No foul.' I think sometimes people try to out-coach themselves. We say guard the ball. I told Kayla (Alexander) block the shot. If you can block the shot go for it as hard as you can because we have a foul to give. ... so for the record I'm not a foul-to-give guy."

68 Reasons We Love College Hoops In March | One And One - SI Blogs

5. No more meaningless media or coaches’ polls, or related meaningless debate about said polls

Checking in on top Big East draft prospects - Big East Blog - ESPN

Here is a look at where former Big East players rank on Kiper's list of the top 5 prospects available at each position. I am including Pitt and Syracuse players here because they played their entire careers in the Big East.

Three Syracuse players do well in Mike Mayock NFL Draft Rankings - syracuse.com

Real-time news, scores, schedules, rosters, and more on the Syracuse University football team on syracuse.com

A statistical analysis of Syracuse in close games | The Juice Online

The metric is simple: I looked at shots from the field and at the free throw line if the game was within 10 points at any time within two minutes left.

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