Syracuse point guard Kaleb Joseph on the inevitable comparison: 'I'm not Tyler Ennis' | syracuse.com
"Physically, I'm not worried about that," Joseph said. "The thing is my mental approach. That's the only thing that separates Tyler. Physically there's nothing he can do that I can't do twice. The separation is his mental approach to every game, his poise."
Hunt is on one of the regional covers of Athlon Sports 2014 college football ACC preview magazines.
Drew Allen, the ex-Syracuse quarterback who transferred in from Oklahoma for the 2013 season, is working out at a rookie mini-camp for the Tennessee Titans this weekend on a try-out basis.
The Boston College women’s lacrosse team will make its first appearance in the NCAA Elite 8 on Saturday, May 17. But, to travel to Towson, Md. for the Final Four, the Eagles will have to top one of the best teams in the country in ACC rival Syracuse University.
Bottom line, the ACC has a chance to be innovative with its scheduling. It could sound silly to have a team like Miami, Pitt or Georgia Tech on the schedule as a non-conference game one year and a conference game the year before, but it would be a welcomed step for the Orange. As Gross said in December, SU would love to get into the bigger markets more often, and there is really no reason that any two teams should go 10 or 15 years without playing each other.
Former Syracuse standout center Pat Killorin has been selected into the American Football Association Semi-Pro Hall of Fame, the AFA announced on Monday. He is one of 18 selected into this year's Hall of Fame Class of '14. Killorin ('66) was also honored with the 2013 Zunic Award, presented by the Syracuse Football Club this year.
"I never really thought about what it would feel like. I knew what the final four was, I didn't know how insane, how serious, how fun it was,'' she bubbled earlier this week. "I feel whatever happens this next couple weeks I will look back and say I was a part of Syracuse lacrosse history, which is so amazing.''
Boeheim was followed by football coach Doug Marrone, who made $1.74 million. Former chancellor Nancy Cantor ranked third among best-compensated SU employees, making $1 million, while athletic director Daryl Gross was fourth at $815,969 and women's lacrosse coach Gary Gait was fifth at $716,409.
"He doesn't have that elite athletic ability, there wasn't anything really elite about his game, but the poise -- that was the thing that sold NBA scouts," Ford said. "He really excelled at interviews. A comment that I had from a general manager was he was exactly how you would think he would be on the court in the interview room: Poised, cerebral, very composed, very mature."
"I think he has to be a three at the NBA level just because of his size and his body type," ESPN analyst Chad Ford said. "But he doesn't have a lot of three skills, right? He's an energy guy, an athletic guy until his senior year, when started taking more shots. He didn't hit as many of them when he was asked to shoulder the burden for his team."