"I think the only thing to consider is do you want to try to coach in the NBA and for me it never was an issue. I never really had that desire. I kind of like the idea of just coaching, nothing else. But I just think some coaches are better suited for college than the NBA. I believe I'm one of those guys. I think Tom Izzo is one of those guys. Mike Krzyzewski. I think they found the right jobs and they've stayed with them. I would be shocked if Tom Izzo left Michigan State."
Matt Roe and Brent Axe share favorite memories of the 2013-'14 season.
"Me being on the sideline watching Bris, I like seeing what Bris can do," Desir said. "He can make guys miss. He can run. He's very explosive, so I like seeing what Bris can do."
All of us — all those barking dogs among the fans and media — should extend to Tyler and Jerami, each wise, neither a fool, the courtesy of heeling and leaving them alone. Because if they (and their tiers of family members and consultants) wanted our advice, they'd ask for it. And, trust me on this, they don't and they won't.
Fair ends his Syracuse career with an incredible legacy. He came to Syracuse just over a year removed from a devastating knee injury. He leaves Syracuse as one of the winningest players in school history.
The Syracuse men's crew varsity eight is ranked No. 13 in the Preseason USRowing Collegiate Poll announced on Wednesday. Head Coach Dave Reischman's Orange crew has now been ranked 16th or better for 63-straight weeks, dating back to the final poll of the 2005 season.
The Syracuse men’s lacrosse team has not taken kindly to its new environs in the ACC. With its loss to Duke last weekend—a 21-7 thrashing—the team remains winless in the conference and its hopes for a postseason berth are dangling by a thread with more than a month to play in the regular season.
Kailah Kempney is Syracuse's all-time leader in draw controls,and looks to pad her total against Duke on Saturday.