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Syracuse Daily Links - History Says Trevor Cooney Will Improve

The Juice dives into the statistics and concludes that Trevor Cooney will improve over his junior and senior seasons.

Nate Shron

Based on past Syracuse shooters, Trevor Cooney will continue improvement | The Juice Online

So the question now is: Where does Cooney go from here? While there’s no question that Cooney struggled for the final two months of the season, compared to some of his contemporaries, Cooney is actually far ahead of schedule. And, as past statistics also show, Cooney is in for another marked improvement in his junior and senior seasons.

Recruiting Familiar Territory: 2015 OLB Recruit Qaadir Sheppard Enjoys Syracuse Visit : Orange Fizz

Even though Scott Shafer and company have transitioned into a new form of recruiting, 2015 recruit Qaadir Sheppard, outside linebacker, is high on SU’s radar. The Bronx, NY native visited Syracuse over the weekend and called the trip "great," according to

Why this Syracuse Team Couldn’t Make Another Final Four Run : Orange Fizz

It’s hard to imagine what the campus of Syracuse University would be like had the men’s basketball team reached the Final Four again. It’s no surprise that the recently eliminated team of 2014 is much, much different than the momentum riding team from 2013, but are they statistically similar?

Former Syracuse forward C.J. Fair: Five things to know since he finished his college career |

Fair was wearing a 'B-more Fair' T-shirt and selling them at Sunday's collector's show at the State Fairgrounds. "I just hooked up with somebody who made some here. But the idea started back home. A close friend of mine came up with it. He told me about it, but I wasn't sure. I thought it was corny at first. But then I got a lot of good feedback. And I've sold a lot of them today."

Syd the kid: As star freshman, O’Hara may be on her way to becoming best 2-way player in program history | The Daily Orange

Sydney O'Hara has dazzled opponents on the mound this season, and also wreaked havoc at the plate as a left-handed hitter.

Syracuse Offers 4-Star Offensive Lineman Gabe Megginson : Orange Fizz

Once again Scott Shafer is using his ties to Illinois to help him land a talented offensive lineman. 6’5’’, 290-pound Gabe Megginson attends Jacksonville High School in Illinois and received an offer from the Orange yesterday. Megginson already has offers from Miami, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oregon and many other top Division I programs, but SU is very much in the hunt to land the talented offensive tackle.

Bills took a chance on Williams - Sports - The Buffalo News

I can't see his tenure ending well in Buffalo, either, but I will say this: Mike Williams has two choices. He can straighten out his act sooner than yesterday, surround himself with good people, stay out of trouble and produce for his hometown team or he can kiss a promising career goodbye.

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Adds Carrington to Recruiting Class

"Troy is a versatile attacking player that has a proven track record of scoring goals at the youth level," said McIntyre. "He has been recognized as one of the top forwards in the state of New Jersey and I look forward to seeing what he can bring to our program."

Syracuse lacrosse: Orange still harbors ACC tournament hopes |

Only three conference games remain: Duke's visit to Virginia on Friday; North Carolina's trek to Syracuse on Saturday; and the April 19 date between Maryland and Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. That leaves only eight combinations of outcomes left, though for Syracuse's purposes there are three things that could happen.

A Voice For Awareness - Jim Boeheim

Jim Boeheim underwent surgery for prostate cancer at age 56. More than 10 years later, the coach of the Syracuse Basketball team led his team to win their first 25 games in the regular season. He has also even working to raise awareness for prostate cancer.

Justin Pugh Excited for Changes, Upgrades Made to New York Giants’ Offensive Line | Giants 101 | Sports Media 101

On Saturday, New York Giants right tackle Justin Pugh sat down with Doug Rush of Giants 101 to talk about the changes the team made to the offensive line for the 2014 season, changes that should drastically help a group that had its struggles in 2013.