Nice 538 feature on Tiana


Assist machine, incredible efficiency...but we knew that already!

John joins Brent Axe "On the Block"


In case you hadn't heard enough from me about Syracuse football, I talked to Brent for a few about the state of things, recruiting and Trill Williams's departure.

Fair to say we've found a new Syracuse helmet logo


Would buy a hat and several other items with this logo immediately.

Brett McMurphy's Way Too Early 2019 Bowl Projections have Syracuse in the Orange Bowl


Orange Bowl – Jan. 1 (ACC vs. SEC/Big Ten/Notre Dame) Projection: Syracuse vs. LSU Since Clemson will be in the playoff after winning a fifth consecutive ACC title, the next highest-ranked team will head to the Orange Bowl. And I can’t think of a more fitting pairing than the Orange in the Orange. Syracuse will build off last year’s 10-win season under coach Dino Babers with its first Orange Bowl appearance since 1998, when it was in the Big East. Syracuse’s opponent will be LSU, as the highest-ranked team from the SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame after the playoff and Rose and Sugar bowls are filled. The Tigers are no strangers to bowl games, having gone to a bowl the past 19 consecutive years, the second-longest current streak in the SEC. If they end up in Miami, it would be their first trip to the Orange Bowl since 1982.

Former Orange OL Omari Palmer joins WWE Performance Center


Palmer was announced as one of the newest members of the WWE Performance Center class. He earned his spot in the newest training group after impressing at a tryout last June.

Devin Butler will transfer


Not necessarily surprising after his playing time dipped so much in the second half of the season. Hope he finds a good fit wherever he goes next, however.

Seems about right.

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This billboard says it all.

Andre Szmyt WINS Lou Groza Award!!!


CONGRATULATIONS! The redshirt freshman and walk-on led college football with 28 field goals in 2018 and accounted for 141 points, making him the first Orange kicker to score over 100 points in program history.