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Syracuse Daily Links - Austin Wilson Is Lurking

Austin Wilson's arm might propel him into the No. 2 slot on the Syracuse QB depth chart.

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Austin Wilson might have the strongest arm, and he's gunning for the No. 2 quarterback spot |

"I've had the conversation with (the coaches) about it," Wilson said. "They don't need someone who is going to go out there and be Mike Vick and run the ball like crazy. And I'm not the slowest quarterback and I'm not the fastest quarterback. I can pick up first downs if we need to. I can run the zone read. I feel like I'm just as capable as somebody else is. Somebody might be faster and shifty, but I can still get the job done."

Students, SU community run with Chancellor Kent Syverud in first-ever Fun Run | The Daily Orange

More than 500 people started off their mornings by running with Kent Syverud to kickoff a day of events celebrating his inauguration as Syracuse University’s 12th chancellor.

Great Expectations: Where to See Improvements for Syracuse’s April 19 Spring Game : Orange Fizz

Here are some notable players who should stitch their names into the minds of Orange fans.

Seven Schools Working Hardest for Tyus Battle (UPDATED) |

Gary Battle listed Ohio State, UConn, Virginia, Villanova, Michigan, Syracuse and Indiana as those "working the hardest."

Syracuse University Athletics - Brosnan Shines in International Competition

Goalkeeper Courtney Brosnan recently traveled to Holland as part of the Ireland U19 squad for the elite qualifying phase for the U19 European Championship. In the elite qualifying phase, the top 24 teams were split into six groups of four teams each. The six group winners advance, along with the top runners up, and they join hosts Norway as the eight finalists.

ACC lacrosse: Placing Syracuse's offense and defense in ACC games in context |

Saturday is also the latest step in gauging Syracuse's first impression in this loaded lacrosse conference, so it seemed like a good time to place the Orange's work on offense and defense in context with how ACC teams have fared over an extended span. Say, back to 1989.

USA Today basketball poll: Which coaches didn't vote UConn No. 1 and who did Syracuse's Jim Boeheim vote for? |

Jim Boeheim, like the rest of his colleagues, voted Connecticut No. 1 on his ballot. Boeheim had Kentucky at No. 2 and the other Final Four teams Wisconsin and Florida at Nos. 3 and 4, respectively.

Syracuse players in 2014 NBA Mock Drafts: Where they rank now that college hoops season is over |

Has the NBA Draft stock of former Syracuse basketball players Tyler Ennis and C.J. Fair and current Orange forward Jerami Grant (as of this writing) gone up or down?

Syracuse football walk-on Evan Jakubowski is raw but will provide much-needed depth as a specialist |

He visited campus over winter. By the end of his visit, the school ranked at the top of a list of schools including Missouri and Miami (Ohio). Having little football kicking experience, no school offered him a scholarship. He said Syracuse stayed in contact the most throughout the recruiting process, which made it stand out even more when making a final decision.

Syracuse's Baye Moussa Keita plans for his future; basketball might be involved |

"Yeah, I'm going to try to play," he said. "But I don't know where. I'm just going to take my time about it. There's a process. I'm going to talk to people I have to talk to. I'm going to get a lot of help from the people around me, so I'm not going to hurry the process."

Syracuse University to add Mens-Varsity Hockey | Design M.D.

The collection of jerseys-designs feature primary home and away renderings, as well as some alternates. Once I got started I couldn’t help get a little carried away creating/ideating scenarios, color pallets, design pairings; particularly when there’s liberty to fabricate settings for when/how some of these sweaters might-have, or ‘could’ see actual ice-time.