- Aug 15, 2011
Syracuse University football team's lack of offensive execution pushed many parts out of plan
Poliquin: Syracuse's win over Wake Forest gives Doug Marrone a lot to discuss with his players
Consider this an Orange fan's e-mail to heaven
Editor's letter – Fearless predictions
Normally reliable kickers: Some of the most accurate kickers of the 2010 season weren't nearly as effective in the opening week of the 2011 campaign. The trend that started Thursday with the struggles of Syracuse's Ross Krautman and Wake Forest's Jimmy Newman continued Saturday. Notre Dame's David Ruffer, a Lou Groza Award finalist who went 18-of-19 on field-goal attempts last season, missed a 30-yarder in the Irish's loss to USF. And Duke's Will Snyderwine, who went 21-of-24 a year ago, missed a 28-yard attempt with 1:43 left in the Blue Devils' 23-21 loss to FCS school Richmond.
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Around The Big East
What we learned in the Big East: Week 1
Let's look around the ACC Blogosphere for thoughts on the ACC's relatively poor out of conference performance this weekend. There were three signature games for the ACC in week 1: Northwestern @ BC, Richmond @ Duke, and Wake @ Syracuse. All of which resulted in ACC losses. No, we didn't lose to a major SEC or MWC team on national television in horrific fashion but this past weekend certainly set a poor tone for the rest of the ACC's season.
College Football: Weekly Bowl Projections for All 35 Games
How should Syracuse transform its Inner Harbor?