- Aug 15, 2011
Defensive end Chandler Jones, two others, hurt in Syracuse University football opener
Syracuse happy to be 1-0
Quarterback Ryan Nassib picks up weekly honors for leading Syracuse University comeback win over Wake Forest
Antwon Bailey, Ryan Nassib are two of Big East's top performers of ...
Nassib Earns Weekly Award Recognition
Syracuse University football recruits Ashton Broyld and Tyree Smallwood help Milford Academy to 3-0 start
Kevyn Scott a scholar-athlete
HCDM Previews Rhode Island
The Redskins drafted Syracuse back Ernie Davis as the first pick in the 1962 draft. Davis was traded, but the Redskins eventually signed five African-Americans, including future Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell.
Mitchell maintains that he never had any issues with George Preston Marshall, but faced much hostility from fans. Mitchell, the Redskins' first African-American star, stayed with the team for decades, eventually rising to the position of assistant general manager before retiring in 2002.
Delone Carter overtook Donald Brown for the backup running back role in Indianapolis. The fragile Joseph Addai is now the only thing keeping Carter from a starting role and considering the additional workload with Manning sidelined for the first portion of the season, it won't be long before Carter is the No.1 back. Carter would make a perfect late-round flier.
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Labor Day links
Syracuse Football: Catching Up With the Commits - Ashton Broyld Lighting it up for Milford
Big East Football Notebook 9.5.11: Top Performers, Results And Upcoming Schedule
Syracuse vs. Rhode Island: Viva La Revolucion Will Be Televised