clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Syracuse Daily Links - Nick Resavy At It Again

New, 1 comment

Another crazy Nick Resavy trick shot...

Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

Former Syracuse Walk-On Nick Resavy Drains Trick Shot over House | Bleacher Report

Current Syracuse basketball graduate assistant and former walk-on Nick Resavy generated a bit of buzz back in 2010 after releasing a trick-shot video, and he's back again with another impressive shot.

Syracuse football cornerback Keon Lyn, coming off fractured kneecap, will hold his own pro day | syracuse.com

Keon Lyn will individually work out in front of a few NFL scouts next Monday at Manley Field House, he recently told syracuse.com. Lyn said he has drawn interest from a couple NFL scouts and was recently flown out to take a physical and meet with staff from the Oakland Raiders.

Syracuse football: 4 leftover observations from the spring game | syracuse.com

Syracuse offensive coordinator George McDonald sure got everybody's attention earlier this year with comments in a Sports Illustrated article that he wanted his offense to "open it up and go full-bore fast." Did we see that in the spring game? Kind of.

3-Star Linebacker Troy Henderson Jr. Attends Syracuse’s Spring Game : Orange Fizz

Last Wednesday Syracuse received its first verbal commitment to the 2015 class from running back Tyrone Perkins. The Orange could soon add a second recruit to the list with Troy Henderson Jr.

LSU + New Uniforms = Big Gains for Syracuse Recruiting : Orange Fizz

The program is going places. The new changes lead to winning more games and giving SU a better reputation as one of the better programs in college football. The coaches and athletic staff are committed to growth and this is certainly a step in the right direction. These are ways to get people to the games, and that does not only mean fans. It means recruits and possible future players.

Carlson: Syracuse football’s offense showed ‘positive signs’ in Spring Game | The Juice Online

Syracuse.com’s Chris Carlson calls in to chat about Syracuse football with host Wesley Cheng on the Juice on the Cuse podcast hosted by SNY.tv. TJO Editor in Chief Brad Bierman also calls in talk about the lacrosse team and new football uniforms.

Alin Edouard says Syracuse football spring game 'opened my eyes,' and more reactions from recruits | syracuse.com

"Spring game really opened my eyes. Now it's my time to come in and compete with the other QBs and get along with everybody. That's what I call a team, where Syracuse comes to get together as a team and play their heart out."

Former Syracuse tight end Beckett Wales said offensive communication improved significantly in spring game | syracuse.com

"I can tell the coaches on the sideline are more in sync with each other," Wales said. "Everyone was new, coming from different programs, sometimes they weren't always on the same page. That's what hurt us a little bit last year. Coaches weren't on the same page, so that makes us not on the same page as well. The coaches on the sideline are relaying everything to the players, and you can see they are lined up and ready to go. It's a lot smoother."

Hehir wins Syracuse’s 1st-ever ACC Individual Championship as SU excels overall | The Daily Orange

Martin Hehir won Syracuse its very first ACC Individual Championship by setting a school record of 29:10.12 in the 10,000-meter event on Friday.

Syracuse football recruiting: Tyrone Perkins, first commit in 2015, says he can make a big contribution | syracuse.com

"They're telling me how on offense they want to wear teams down, get them tired with a quick-paced offense," said Perkins, who visited campus earlier this week and attended practice. "That's with speed backs and backs who can get out in the flat and catch the ball, gain some yards. That's something I can do. Talking about playing time, that made a big part in my decision, too." Syracuse loses multiple running backs after next season.

Syracuse recruit Chris McCullough is limited by foul trouble in Jordan Brand All-America game | syracuse.com

From almost the moment he took the court at the Barclays Center, McCullough was paralyzed by foul trouble. The Syracuse University recruit committed five of them on Friday. Those fouls limited him to 12 minutes during a night of creative, constant offense. He scored four points, grabbed two rebounds. His West team lost 158-147.