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Breakdowns on kickoff, punt coverage hurt Syracuse

One dimension enough for Connecticut offense against Syracuse

Connecticut rallies in fourth quarter, tops Syracuse 28-21

FB | Syracuse defense worn down by physical Connecticut running ...

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Syracuse prepared for Connecticut's wildcat offense, but couldn't stop it

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Poliquin: Unchanging Paul Pasqualoni insists game 'was about these ...

Pasqualoni, Nassib, Colgate and Penn State

Syracuse football notebook: Orange again wins turnover battle but ...

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Still not Bowl-Eligible – SU losses to UConn

Orange-Huskies Game Review

You Grade the Orange: Rate the Syracuse football team's performance vs. Connecticut

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Syracuse Football vs Connecticut Recap: The Sunny Side

Syracuse Football vs Connecticut Recap: The Dark Side

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Final: UConn 28, Syracuse 21Instant Juice: Syracuse 21, Connecticut 28

Pasqualoni defeats his former team, Syracuse

Stat sheet looks OK for Syracuse, but scoreboard tells a different story

Syracuse's DE Chandler Jones and OT Justin Pugh could all be factors in the 2012 NFL Draft.
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Kevin Duffy: Winning ugly what UConn does

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UConn win keeps bowl hopes alive

Defense leads UConn past Syracuse | The Republic

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UConn football knocks off Syracuse

McCumming, McCombs power UConn past Syracuse

McCummings, UConn deliver in comeback over Syracuse

Scott McCummings rallies UConn past SyracuseLewis: Time for UConn to turn to McCummings full-time

It's Scott McCummings Time

Football Feature: McCummings Breaks Through

Huskies keeping their hopes alive

East: UConn prevails in 'Pasqualoni Bowl'

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The Rent 20 minutes before kickoff

Understatement: 'late-arriving crowd'

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UConn football notebook: Just another win for Coach P?

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Future Orangemen



“We took it personal,” Middletown senior wide receiver Ben Lewis said. “We just wanted to give it to them on the field.”

The second quarter belonged to the Knights. Starting with a 25-yard Welch field goal, Middletown scored three times during the period. Pritts hit Lewis on 15-yard scoring pass with 2:37 remaining. Welch’s extra point made it 17-6 at 2:37.

Needing approximately three minutes, Pritts delivered a perfect ball to Lewis 21 yards away in the corner of the end zone for the deciding score

“It was a little corner route, and Mike threw a great ball,” Lewis said.
Lewis caught nine balls for 108 yards and two touchdowns.
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DiGirolamo wasn’t under center on every offensive play – Syracuse-bound wide receiver Alvin Cornelius played some quarterback, running Tottenville’s version of the Wildcat, which coach Jim Munson dubbed the “Alcat,” and scoring a pair of touchdowns himself.
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Former Players

Ex-Giant Tyree talks about Super Bowl 'helmet catch'

On Donald Brown and Delone Carter splitting carries, and Brown potentially receiving more snaps:

“It’s just kind of how it worked out, the way in which we’re trying to make certain that we don’t get either guy too overworked. So we’re trying to mix it up a little bit. This game, it could be just the opposite in this ballgame. It just kind of depends on the drive, and how things work out. But we do, certainly, have been using him a bit more, in particular with Joseph (Addai) not being at full strength.”

On whether Joseph Addai will be the emergency back again this week:
“It depends on where he is to be honest with you. If he’s full-go and ready to go, then he’ll get a good load of it. (We will) still get Delone (Carter) in there some, and obviously, Donald (Brown) as well. But if he can’t go as hard, then we will probably use him, maybe, in select situations.”
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Pirates air it out: Led by quarterback David Legree, the Pirates lead the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in passing offense (255 yards per game). Legree, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound senior with a powerful arm, ranks third in the conference in passing, completing 141 of 229 attempts (61.5 percent) for 1,626 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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Around The Big East

Dodd finally gets the nod

Big East football: Louisville Cardinals top West Virginia, 38-35

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If Jerry Sandusky allegations are true, Penn State and Joe Paterno deserve part of the blame

Former Penn State defensive coach Jerry Sandusky arrested on child sex charges; PSU officials accused of cover-up

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Syracuse Orange Continue Skid in Lackluster Effort Against UConn
 

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Is Anselmo deaf, dumb or blind?
“On the last one we just missed two tackles,” Anselmo said. “When something like that happens and it’s never really happened before, you’re like, ‘What’s going on?’ It’s not like we’ve been having trouble all year.”

The greatest barrier to someone achieving their potential is their denial of it.
 

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From that Sundusky story:

"They would all be party to a worse crime than any crooked, pay-for-play booster at Miami, Ohio State or even SMU ever committed: guilty of protecting a program before a child."

You can’t read the 23-page grand jury report and come to any other conclusion; Penn State football and its pristine reputation apparently superseded the alleged sexual assault of a young boy — perhaps as many as eight young boys — over 15 years by Sandusky.

Joe Pa knew, if the charges are true.

They all knew.

And they never told police."

This is some very serious stuff folks. I have a feeling that Joe Paterno and the Penn State program are headed in a direction none of us ever thought it would.
 

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Prepare for the Wildcat? They couldn't stop Quick Pitch Right, Quick Pitch Left!

Shafer got caught in a inside Blitz each Time. Deleone 1 Shafer 0
 

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From that Sundusky story:

"They would all be party to a worse crime than any crooked, pay-for-play booster at Miami, Ohio State or even SMU ever committed: guilty of protecting a program before a child."

You can’t read the 23-page grand jury report and come to any other conclusion; Penn State football and its pristine reputation apparently superseded the alleged sexual assault of a young boy — perhaps as many as eight young boys — over 15 years by Sandusky.

Joe Pa knew, if the charges are true.

They all knew.

And they never told police."

This is some very serious stuff folks. I have a feeling that Joe Paterno and the Penn State program are headed in a direction none of us ever thought it would.

This was going on forever. What is tragic besides what happened to the young boys, is that the one person who was most likely to have sensed something was going on, has bought his way out and agreed to testify against Sandusky. I think PSU, the police, the lawyers and the legal system have one goal besides nailing Sandusky and that is to shield Paterno from everything.
 

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This was going on forever. What is tragic besides what happened to the young boys, is that the one person who was most likely to have sensed something was going on, has bought his way out and agreed to testify against Sandusky. I think PSU, the police, the lawyers and the legal system have one goal besides nailing Sandusky and that is to shield Paterno from everything.
they say Paterno reported it in 2002,
 

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they say Paterno reported it in 2002,

Yea, to the AD and 8 years after it had been going on including 5 years as a coach and after that still having an office at the football facility. I guess Paterno thought it was normal for him to be bringing young boys around all the time and taking them to bowl games.
 

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