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Poliquin: Perhaps Syracuse should give serious thought to disassociating itself with Penn State

Join Coach Marrone At PJ's Pub On Monday

FB | Cooper: With fall into last place in Big East, SU's season a ...

Dropped touchdown passes doom Syracuse

Shirt Tales: Floyd Little, special assistant to Daryl Gross at SU ...

Next Opponent

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Zach Collaros needs surgery on ankle

Cincinnati loses quarterback for rest of regular season

Column - Defense made plays at right times against Cincinnati

Last Opponent

Bulls get back to winning ways at Syracuse

Video

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Syracuse fans in Los Angeles

Future Orangeman

The biggest star of the 2011 PSAL football playoffs is going to be Alvin Cornelius, who’s going to stop off at Yankee Stadium on Dec. 6 before he signs his letter of intent with Syracuse in February.
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OOC Opponent

Junior linebacker Trent Mackey quarterbacks Tulane defense

Former Players

Before every game, as part of their warm-ups the Lions do a tackling drill. It has become quite a show for the team, as Tulloch routinely makes mincemeat out of rookie Doug Hogue. It’s gotten so bad, defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham told me he has to look the other way.
NFP

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Somebody he has talked to lately, Cosby says, is Floyd Little.

“We were talking about Ernie Davis,” Cosby says of a call he took from Little, who followed the late Davis as a great Syracuse University running back and returned this year as an assistant to the athletic director.
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24. Vikings (2-6): In Philly, Donovan McNabb lost his job to Kevin Kolb, who was traded after he lost the starting gig to Michael Vick. In Washington, McNabb lost his job to Rex Grossman, who this year lost it to John Beck. In Minnesota, McNabb lost his job to rookie Christian Ponder after just six games. That’s three starting QB jobs with three teams in three years, which could be a record.
NYDN

Tony Fiammetta, "difference maker"

Around The Big East

What we learned in the Big East: Week 11

Around The Nation

Big East Power Ranking

College Football Power Rankings: Big East

Conference Call

Storm Should Pass at Penn State

Obama: Penn St. sex-abuse case heartbreaking

Ducks, Sooners move up in BCS

Ex-LSU star Scott arrested, charged with rape

Illini's Henry shot in the hand, done for season

Bowl Look-in

BCS Conference Rankings Week 12

Ivan's three-point stance

Blogs

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South Florida 37 - Syracuse 17: Perhaps We Are Who We Thought We Were

Syracuse Orange Fall Flat Again in Loss to South Florida Bulls

Bowl Projections: Power Programs That Will Stay Home for Holidays

Michigan ranks 28th, a considerable improvement from last year's unit that ranked 110th under defensive coordinator Greg Robinson
SBN

Big East BCS scenarios: Three and a Half Simple Rules For Winning ...

Big East Expansion: TCU Showed Why Boise State Is Better off ...

Field Hockey

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FH | Syracuse's season ends with loss to Maryland in NCAA tournament

Tibble Sends Terps to Final Four Maryland beats third-seeded ...

University News

SU students from Pennsylvania react to sexual scandal at Penn State

Return to roots: ‪SU alumni Jeff and Nicole Glor share stories of ...
 
The link for the Alvin Cornelius article directs me to a Tom Dowd article on Albert Pujols
 
The link for the Alvin Cornelius article directs me to a Tom Dowd article on Albert Pujols
That's the correct article that's where that tidbit is contained.
 
Gotcha. Thanks.

Not a big Cardinals fan. Once I saw that picture and Headline I posted instead of skimming the article. Sorry.
 

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