R.J. Anderson still remembers the smell of Milford Academy’s old gym. Fourteen years ago, back when it was still located in Milford, Conn. "Shit. Piss. It was just mold," Anderson said. "It had this damp, dew feeling. It seemed like it had been flooded sometime and they kind of never got the stench out of there. It had this mildew smell."
The attention can be a great thing. This is a chance to sell recruits to the big time of the ACC. It can be an emotional and historic day inside the Dome where maybe it starts to feel like the old days again, when football mattered just as much as hoops. It can also be a huge letdown if SU isn’t careful. Watch out, Orange—the nation is watching.
The idea is simple: The video will show recent action of the player, with audio provided by his position coach defining the player's strengths and detailing which areas of his game still need work.
On Sunday, Greene scored 41 points in the Leopards' 114-93 loss to the Breakers in New Plymouth.
On getting to be a teammate of Nerlens Noel, after trying as a high schooler and collegiate athlete to do so: "... we tried to get in the same school in college, but he kinda left me on that."
Clemson's offense revolves around quarterback Tajh Boyd, the defending ACC player of the year.
The Tigers' defense remains talented, even if it doesn't draw nearly as much attention as its counterparts on offense.
"A good many of our fans," Jake Crouthamel, the former Syracuse athletic director, once offered while sitting in the lobby of a ritzy New York City hotel, "have no idea how much respect Paul and George command throughout the coaching fraternity."
"Typically when you’re looking up for passes, when you’re catching punts, when you’re catching kicks, all of those things it’s totally different when you’re inside because the lighting is over the top of you as opposed to off to the side and things like that," coach Dabo Swinney said. "It is an adjustment as opposed to playing outside, which is what you do every single day in practice and most games."
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Williams pulled down seven catches for 113 yards. He returned a punt 11 yards to set up a go-ahead score, and he snatched an interception and returned it 59 yards for his only touchdown.
"What makes him so, so special as an athlete, on some nights, can hurt him," Rush-Henrietta basketball coach Chris Reed said. "What makes him special is the one thing that you need to watch out for. He is different than a normal person. He's wired differently."
Military (Annapolis): Syracuse. The task is to pick one out of the Orange, Boston College, Duke and Virginia, the three remaining ACC teams at .500. This week's dart toss is based on a best guess of who will finish with at least six victories. The Orange (2-2), despite dates with Clemson and Florida State still to come, gets the nod for now.