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Syracuse Daily Links - Terrel Hunt is 'a Different Young Man'

"I think I played mediocre last year" - Terrel Hunt

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Syracuse football coach Scott Shafer says his Orange will keep 'sacred' American flag in safe keeping |

"That flag has Afghan dust in it. They lost guys fighting under it. We're going to keep it in a place of honor. We're going to find a safe place for it. But we're not going to carry it out of the tunnel. We'll carry the battalion flag out of respect for the soldiers at Fort Drum, but not that one. It's too sacred for that."

Syracuse football QB Terrel Hunt is 'a different young man' entering 2014 season as starter |

"I think I played mediocre last year," Hunt said. "Some people may say it was successful, some may not. But I think I played mediocre. It wasn't to where I set my goals.

Syracuse-Villanova football TV info: Game will air on Time Warner subscription sports package |

Time Warner Cable will televise the 7:30 p.m. game on channel 398. You must be a Sports Pass subscriber to access the channel.

Syracuse football recruiting: Watch LB commit Troy Henderson play on ESPNU Sunday (TV/radio roundup) |

Every Thursday will roll out a listing of where and when you can watch or listen to Class of 2015 verbal commitments play that weekend.

Syracuse football mailbag: Who makes the biggest impact on defensive line outside of Eric Crume? |

Simmons is someone who can see snaps in reserve at defensive end this season. He's listed as the fourth defensive end behind Micah Robinson, Rob Welsh and Ron Thompson.

Syracuse football preview: Why not eight wins for the Orange? (Chat with Bud Poliquin) |

"I'm happy that we've been watching Villanova tape rather than our defense," Hunt, the Orange quarterback who looms so very large to the cause, confessed as Syracuse's preseason camp ticked away. "After a while, you get tired of our defense. You see them for four months straight and you're thinking, 'Oh, man. Could we watch something else?' I'm really looking forward to being able to go out there and compete against Villanova."

Syracuse football question: Should SU play FCS opponents? (plus Villanova, jersey predictions) |

"As long as Syracuse can schedule an FCS team each season, it should. For a program that will likely be on or around the bowl bubble for the foreseeable future, an almost-guaranteed win is crucial for reaching the postseason (and in turn padding the ACC's shared bowl revenue)."

Syracuse football cartoon: Orange charges into new season |

Orange Football is back! Coach Shafer, Terrel Hunt and Cameron Lynch lead the Orange into the 2014 season. SU will play Villanova in the Dome Friday night.

ACC bowl projections: Preseason - ACC Blog - ESPN

Quick Lane Bowl (Detroit): Syracuse

Syracuse University Athletics - 'Cuse Opens 2014 Versus Niagara, St. Mary's

Syracuse (0-0-0) kicks off the 2014 campaign by co-hosting the first Central New York Classic with nearby Colgate this weekend. The Orange will host a pair of matches, beginning with the season opener Friday, Aug. 29 versus Niagara (0-0-0) at 2 p.m. at the SU Soccer Stadium. The Orange will also host St. Mary's (0-0-0) on Sunday, Aug. 31 at 7 p.m. Admission for both games is free.


Syracuse will have its own branded 24/7 channel on TuneIn, giving fans international access to team specific live play-by-play, pre-game and post-game shows, Coach Shafer's live weekly radio show, and in-season game replays. Fans can search broadcast network names on TuneIn to find 24/7 team channels.

Bailey: New Jersey is critical recruiting ground for Syracuse football | The Juice Online’s  Stephen Bailey joins us to talk about the latest in Syracuse football recruiting and the start of the 2014 season. Wes Cheng then welcomes Senior Columnist Jim Stechschulte to chat about their predictions for the year.

ACC Cross Country: Syracuse Men, Florida State Women, top coaches’ polls

Syracuse, which captured the 2013 ACC men’s title in its first year as a conference member, was a unanimous first-place selection in a vote of the league’s head coaches. Virginia placed second, followed by North Carolina, Florida State, NC State and Virginia Tech.

Staff Season Predictions: Orange on the Upswing in 2014 : Orange Fizz

This week, the Fizz will also be posting FizzCasts before and after the game, with a break down from our Fizz crew. But before all that, we take a look into our crystal ball and predict how the Orange will finish this season.