Former Syracuse University football star Delone Carter's punch worth $40K, jury decides | syracuse.com
After a couple hours of deliberation, an Onondaga County Supreme Court jury decided today to award $40,000 to a Syracuse University alumnus who was punched in the face by football star Delone Carter in 2010.
Syracuse-Michigan in the Final Four ranks as one of the highest rated sporting events so far in 2013 | syracuse.com
Syracuse-Michigan is the 16th highest rated sporting event so far this year.
O'Bannon vs. the NCAA: 6 current football players added as plaintiffs - SBNation.com
Arizona kicker Smith transferred twice; after initially enrolling at Syracuse just days before the 2009 season began, transferred to Youngstown State after one year, then walked on with the Wildcats.
Dion Waiters erupts for 27 points in NBA Las Vegas Summer League | syracuse.com
Dion Waiters scored 27 points for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA's Las Vegas Summer League on Thursday.
Poliquin: The Carrier Dome may be No. 78 in one poll, but it could (should?) be No. 1 in another | syracuse.com
Scott Shafer's Orange should be enjoying the most profound home-field advantage in all of college football. But it isn't . . . and just why is that?
Scouting the Syracuse wide receivers with veteran Jarrod West | syracuse.com
I spoke with West about several of his teammates fighting for spots on the field. He broke them down one by one. Here are his mini scouting reports.
Why doesn't Syracuse have a Major League Lacrosse team? (Part Two) | syracuse.com
In part two of a two-part series, Brent Axe examines why Syracuse, an area known for its passion for lacrosse, does not have a franchise in Major League Lacrosse.
Former Syracuse basketball forward Paul Harris is playing in pro summer league in NYC | syracuse.com
Harris, who left Syracuse after his junior season in 2009, has been working on his game vs. collegiate players and pros in New York City.
The Strip: Day 7 - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
I waffled on going half a letter grade down, as Waiters often settled for jumpers right as it seemed he was heating up and produced a couple egregious turnovers. But in pouring in 27 points, Waiters showed he was on a different plane from his competition, and it's hard to ask more from a second-year player.