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Do you say "we" when discussing Syracuse sports?

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Syracuse basketball: Where do you stand on fans referring to the Orange as 'we'? |

Do you think fans can say "we" when referring to SU sports? Tell us what you think.

Sorely missed: SU looks for answers with Grant’s nagging back injury keying slump | The Daily Orange

Whether it’s the return of Grant, the improvement of the rest of the starters or the emergence of a reserve, it’s clear the Orange needs some kind of pick-me-up heading into tournament season.

Orange Watch: Does Syracuse basketball have its ‘back’ against the wall? | The Juice Online

Like any team, Syracuse needs to be at full strength as the NCAA Tournament rounds into view, so until Grant is ready to continue to show the athleticism down low that has wowed Orange Nation the last two seasons, the major questions about an Orange offense that has had trouble shooting the ball as February turns into March and the loss of the team’s leading rebounder, will remain.

At Syracuse, Tyler Ennis makes dream a reality

Ennis' transition to college basketball has seemed seamless, and he freely admits nothing has really surprised him.

Hass: Syracuse fans should start to worry after 3rd loss in 4 games | The Daily Orange

There’s still time for Syracuse to go out on top in its first year in the ACC, but the Orange better turn things around quickly. The conference tournament’s less than two weeks away. If SU wants to earn a No. 1 seed, it’ll have to start playing like one.

Syracuse football LB Jonathan Thomas rewards coaches' commitment by tackling academics |

Several schools exercised caution with the linebacker from Collins Hill High School in Georgia because of academic concerns. Syracuse linebackers coach Clark Lea, though, took a different approach.

The Future of Urban Freeways Is Playing Out Right Now in Syracuse - Amy Crawford - The Atlantic Cities

Syracuse residents will have the chance to help shape their city for next 50 or 100 years, a charge that people on both sides of the debate take very seriously. Jason Evans, the architect, says the younger generation is paying special attention. "If the highway just gets rebuilt as is, it will send the message that we're going in the wrong direction," he says. "It's a small piece in the puzzle of rejuvenating the city. But it's an important one." Spring 2014 - ACC Team-By-Team Analysis

Syracuse exceeded expectations by rising above .500 with a Texas Bowl win over Minnesota (O RLY?). Where do Scott Shafer and his program go from here? The Orange proved that it can compete in the ACC, but Shafer isn’t content with simply remaining competitive or filling the voids in the league’s second-tier bowl openings. Syracuse will have a critical edge over much of the conference—a quarterback with starting experience. Terrel Hun

Syracuse University Athletics - Sykes Garners All-ACC Honors

Sykes is one of just four underclassmen named to the All-ACC first or second teams. This is her second regular-season conference honor of her career. She was named to the 2013 BIG EAST All-Freshman Team.

Syracuse University Athletics - Ennis Earns ACC Freshman of the Week Honors

It marks the fifth time he has received the honor this season.

Syracuse lacrosse icon Casey Powell scores no-look, over-the-shoulder goal in NLL game (video) |

Powell, 38 is playing for the Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League, and he's still bringing fans to their feet.

Buyer beware: Some Syracuse basketball fans using StubHub are unknowingly buying youth tickets |

A number of Syracuse basketball fans who have bought tickets in StubHub have been mistakenly purchasing youth tickets that they can't actually use.

Butler sisters prepare to fill void left by Syracuse’s 4 departing seniors | The Daily Orange

Tiara and Tasia Butler finally got what they wanted. They could finally play basketball whenever they liked, thanks to the new hoop in their backyard.