- Aug 15, 2011
Syracuse University football defense's youth and inexperience have coordinator walking a fine line
SU Fan Syndrome: Carrier Dome crowd, like the weather, is fickle
Orange Insider - Rhode Island at Syracuse: SU shouldn't overlook the Rams
SU football capable of providing exciting moments
Week One saw some predict able results for the Oink. We bet against 'Cuse when it was favored by 7. Line dropped to 6½. 'Cuse burned me in OT. No thank-you note from coach Doug Marrone. Slop to him.
URI football kicks off Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY, facing the Big East’s Syracuse Orange. The two teams have met only one time previously, and it didn’t go well for the Rams in the first one…losing at Syracuse 63-17 in 2002. Rhody is 0-3 all time against Big East teams
From where I sit
These readers have some things to say about Syracuse football
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Letter To The Editor
*UND fans booed the Irish heartedly as they left the field @ halftime of the USF game and pelted their team with snowballs when SU beat them a few years ago
SU Fan Syndrome: Carrier Dome crowd, like the weather, is fickle *
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Orange on the right "Rhode" in week two
Floyd Little on Bridge Street 9-8-11
Lex grad-turned-Rocket man prepares Toledo for Buckeyes
I know. Don't jump the gun, right? Conference realignment is a constantly-changing, forever-fluid process. One day Syracuse is bound for the ACC and Virginia Tech is staunchly in the Big East's corner; the next day Syracuse is part of a Big East lawsuit with the Hokies as a defendant.
I grew up in Syracuse, so naturally I am a Syracuse Basketball fan. Syracuse has no professional sports team, but the men's basketball program is one of the most prestigious in the NCAA. But the past two years have ended in heartbreak for Syracuse: making it into the NCAA tournament while recieving a high seed. However, I believe this year is the year. We have a top recruiting class coming in, which includes the number one center and one of the best three-point shooters. The closer college basketball comes, the more excited I get. In my opinion, college basketball is one of the most fun sports to watch.
Some of my favorite professional sports teams are the New York Yankees and the New York Knicks. Most of you are probably saying to yourselves, who is this kid's favorite football team? I do not have one, but if I had to choose it would be the Philadelphia Eagles. I grew up an Eagles fan, only because Donovan McNabb played quarterback at Syracuse.
Sept. 9, 2006
Kenny Iwebema stuffs Syracuse running back Paul Chiara on fourth-and-goal at the 1-yard line to preserve a 20-13 overtime victory for the No. 14 Hawkeyes. He finished the game with a career-best 11 tackles.
One Time Recruiting Prospect
The secondary, composed of junior free safety Jakarie Jackson, junior cornerback Leavander Jones, Allen, Marlowe and Cuffee, combined for a total of 21 out of the team’s 67 tackles. Stopping the run is key this week for the Dukes.
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