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Syracuse Daily Links - Football Expectations, Ennis Signs With Suns

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Tons of SU Football thoughts as well as updates on Tyler Ennis and Eric Devendorf.

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What should Syracuse football expect in Year Two of the Terrel Hunt era? | The Juice Online

There are high hopes for Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt heading into his redshirt junior season. Last year, Hunt burst into the starting role, throwing for 265 yards and three touchdowns in place of an ineffective Drew Allen, and never gave back the starting job.

Former Syracuse point guard Tyler Ennis officially signs NBA contract with Phoenix | syracuse.com

Terms of the deal were not immediately released, but for the 18th pick, the scale suggests a contract worth $1.32 million during the first season and $1.38 million for the second.

Syracuse's Eric Devendorf looking forward to healthy return to the court in Italy | syracuse.com

"Italy is one of the better basketball countries in Europe,'' Devendorf said. "When I was in Ukraine, we played in a tournament over there. The fans were very passionate.''

Syracuse football measurables: Sean Hickey, Brisly Estime and Brandon Reddish top the charts | syracuse.com

Overall, the team performed very well. "95 percent of everybody improved their numbers," Hicks said. "Just about everybody got better. Most of the kids hit what we were shooting for."

Syracuse basketball great Lawrence Moten brings daughters to Orange women's Elite camp | syracuse.com

"They attended last year and had a great time,'' Moten said Thursday as he and his daughters prepared for the trip from Washington, D.C., to Syracuse. "They're looking forward to it, and I always want to come back to my second home.''

Shafer reacts to NCAA’s approval of autonomy for 5 power conferences | The Daily Orange

"I grew up in the mid-American Conference," he said. "Unfortunately, for those types of teams that I grew up coaching, I think it’ll be a little more difficult for them."

Syracuse’s most satisfying NCAA successes: a trip down March memory lane | The Juice Online

In what was billed as a match-up of the two best NCAA coaches to have never won a national championship, it was the players who decided this game.

Syracuse’s Positions with Most Depth : Orange Fizz

With three weeks until the start of the season, the Orange has positions that are still up in the air, but there are others that are 100% decided upon, and very deep.

Updates: Syracuse Football Tickets on the Secondary Market : Orange Fizz

Ticket prices have fallen drastically in the last month or so, and fans can get into the Dome for very low prices.  The season-opener against Villanova is selling for an average of just $24.  In late June, tickets to this game were bought for an average of $48, exactly twice the price of today’s numbers.  While the drop in prices is expected as the volume increases, tickets are now well below the average of past seasons.