"I feel good,'' Grant said of his comfort level at the center spot. "I'll do whatever my team needs me to do to win. If that's playing the five or any other position they want me to play, it'll happen.''
Playing in a hectic environment against a coach with success against the zone is tough enough — but the Orange knows what’s coming. Barring a return from Keita, it’s just a matter of whether or not Syracuse can stop it.
In the Final Four: No. 3 seed Duke (winner of the Midwest Region) would beat No. 1 seed Syracuse (winner of the East Region). And No. 3 seed Creighton (winner of the South Region) would beat No. 1 seed Arizona (winner of the West Region). In a Duke vs. Creighton championship, Duke would win 54.1% of the time by a score of 83.3-81.8.
John Gasaway breaks down the top Coach of the Year candidates at this point in the season. His winner is Jim Boeheim, who has guided Syracuse to a 23-0 record and the nation's No. 1 ranking.
Where did all the FBS college football recruits come from in the 2002-2014 classes? CN presents an interactive map you can explore by team, conference, position, ranking, and other filters. Have fun!
N.C. State could give SU another game with 30,000-plus fans; the fourth time that has happened in the Dome in 23 years. SU hasn't done that since 1990-91 -- "before the modern TV era" for college sports, noted SU spokesman Joe Giansante.
Only three blue-chip freshmen from the Class of 2013 put up better numbers than Syracuse's No. 3 wide receiver Chris Clark.
Hunt will always pose a threat to take off and scramble. But like George McDonald said just before signing day, he wants to turn his offense up to full throttle in the coming seasons with added speed. That comes to fruition by building these young receivers up over the next couple seasons so they can grow during their four years at Syracuse.
Syracuse faceoff specialist Chris Daddio showed positive signs during the Orange's opening game win over Siena, getting the best of an above-average opponent.
Almost everything he does nowadays is geared toward pro day on March 26, one of the most important dates on the calendar for Syracuse football's draft-eligible prospects.