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Syracuse Daily Links - 2014/15 Basketball Season Tickets On Sale

Fans can purchase season tickets starting at $500 at the Carrier Dome Box Office, online at or by phone at 1-888-DOME-TIX.

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Syracuse basketball season tickets: Where to buy them and for how much? |
Season tickets for the 2014-15 Syracuse University basketball team are now on sale. Fans can purchase season tickets starting at $500 at the Carrier Dome Box Office, online at or by phone at 1-888-DOME-TIX.

ACC basketball nonconference schedule assessment: Syracuse facing better top-to-bottom slate than last year |
The Orange isn't taking its usual approach this year. Louisiana Tech and Long Beach State come to visit. There are trips to Villanova and Michigan (the latter scheduled by the ACC, but it is still a true road game in December). There are a couple pushovers, but just about everyone faces two of them, anyway.

Syracuse basketball has brutal stretch in ACC schedule | The Juice Online
The last month of the season finds the Orange testing itself against the league heavies with a few landmines thrown in for good measure. On February 7, Syracuse travels to Pittsburgh. You might remember how last year’s game at the Steel City went.

Syracuse basketball recruit Frank Howard's summer was no vacation: Back to work to regain rhythm |
"Those games were really just like rebuilding games, to get myself back and get my rhythm back," he said. "I wasn't really focused on numbers. I just wanted to get my rhythm back."

Orange Optimism: Syracuse Hopes Backfield Jumpstarts Offense vs. CMU | Orange Fizz

The issue for McDonald will be to gauge which running option to use at a given time. It will be tempting to play the hot hand during the game, but not every running back’s skill set is designed for every situation. It will be up to him to decide who is the running back that gives the Orange the best chance to pick up yards or touchdowns given the circumstance.

Stay the Course: Austin Wilson is Not Ready to Start at QB | Orange Fizz

This is not to say Wilson cannot be the starter here next year or thereafter, but this year it doesn’t look like it is in the cards. Hunt needs to get back out on the field, and lead the Syracuse offense. The most important drive will be the first one next week at Central Michigan. If Hunt and the Orange charge down field for a touchdown, most of the talk of Wilson playing will go away.

Kris Joseph will not play for the New York Knicks D-League Westchester team |

"They went ahead and drafted me anyway," Joseph said in a direct message. "They have my rights, is all. If I ever go back to the D-League, I will have to play for them, basically."

Ross confirms departure of 4 members from softball program | The Daily Orange – The Independent Student Newspaper of Syracuse, New York

Sophomore catchers Nicole Lundstrom and Ellie Forkin and sophomore pitcher Christina Clermont have all transferred, while pitching coach Jenna Caira has returned home to school in Canada to study corporate communications, Ross said.

Syracuse football mailbag: Does SU have any other pass play beside the bubble screen? |

Say it with me: Embrace. The. Bubble.

Watch Syracuse football LB commit Troy Henderson and No. 1 St. Edward play again this weekend (TV/radio roundup) |

This weekend, SU fans will be able to watch Henderson again as he and St. Edward take on No. 10 Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio) High School on Saturday at 7 p.m. The game will be aired on, according to's game preview.

Doug Marrone turning around SU football worthy of the nickname 'Saint Doug?' |

Calling him "Saint Doug" may be a bit much, but if he can turn around Syracuse and get the Bills back in the playoffs, he'd deserve more than a "atta boy."