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Aug 15, 2011

Target audience: Syracuse’s move to ACC gives Orange stronger recruiting pitch in south

Gulley may miss time after all

Syracuse outrage in Big East mailblog

ACC | SU could see boost in academics, recruiting with move

Orange football links: Rutgers keying in on Syracuse quarterback ...

Next Opponent


Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (#6) is slow to get up in the second quarter vs Syracuse. He left the game and did not return.

Sanu presents another challenge for Syracuse

Your comments: Schiano hopes for big ground game, may tweak secondary

Syracuse Week Q&A: What Syracuse Fans Really Think About Rutgers

Rutgers-Syracuse game preview

Rutgers' defense prepares to pressure much-improved Syracuse QB ...

Rutgers proving strong against the run

Rutgers coach Greg Schiano hoping to get another solid performance ...

Thomas readies for homecoming

Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu ready to build on record-setting day ...


RU vs. Syracuse: The recruiting battle TV: 1-on-1 with C David Osei David Osei

PISCATAWAY, NJ -- Rutgers heads to upstate New York this weekend to play Syracuse on Saturday at the Carrier Dome at noon. ... TV: 1-on-1 with SS Duron Harmon



Marrone says Gulley "not looking good" for Saturday

SU Football: Coach Marrone on Banged-Up Orange

SUMB Syracuse Marching Band Quad March Drum Cadence

SUMB Syracuse Marching Band Quad Show Karaoke



Abner Logan Jr. likely to visit SU

Logan's Junior Tape

Future Orangemen

Davis' long rehab nearing its end

On defense, Julian Whigham had an interception — his fifth of the season

Former Players


Rookie Doug Hogue ready to step up after Isaiah Ekejiuba's injury

A couple weeks ago, a Twitter followed asked me who I’d pick as the top three quarterbacks in the MEAC.

At the time, I answered Chris Walley (Norfolk State), Jamarr Robinson (Bethune-Cookman) and Nick Elko (Delaware State). I considered Hampton’s David Legree a close fourth. Two weeks later, I’d make it Walley, Legree and Robinson, with no one else in the discussion.

Legree has shown rapid improvement in just a few games under new offensive coordinator Willie Snead. The difference between Walley and Legree is small. Walley is more accurate, with better passing efficiency and completion percentage, but Legree is a better runner and leads the MEAC in total yardage. Walley has the turnover edge and, thus, the slight advantage in my book. Robinson, at No. 3, is a transfer from Maryland and has the same strengths and weaknesses as Legree, but he isn’t quite as experienced in Bethune’s offense.

The Chargers, who are getting used to injuries, will use Steve Gregory with Weddle along with some other young players. Gregory is serviceable, but a healthy Sanders could have been special.

Also limited in practice Wednesday was fullback Tony Fiammetta, who has a hamstring injury.


Syracuse University should do the right thing on disputed call

OOC Opponents

Thomas, Simmons out for season

BGSU coach expresses support for UT in botched call

Five Good Minutes: Wake Forest Football Preview With Blogger So Dear

Lane Kiffin on Loss to Arizona State: “We've gone on the road. Now ...


Teel Time: Commissioner Swofford neither marauder nor rube in ACC ...

TBJ Poll: UConn, Notre Dame should be ACC's top expansion targets

Money, television ratings rule the bloated ACC

ACC's new additions to have big impacts

Charges against Fla. State CB Reid are dropped

Around The Big East


Big East pledges unity

Big East makeover already starting

Week 5 preview in the Big East

Big East Week 5 Preview

Unpredictable Big East football

Big East presidents will discuss conference's future

Big East football links: more expansion talk

Big East presidents to discuss future

ECU is adorably trying to fill Pitt or Syracuse’s Big East shoes. After the ACC stole two of the Big East’s teams, the least we could do was give them something from North Carolina. Chock it up to Southern hospitality.

Around The Nation

Colleges Run Afoul of First Amendment in Barring Sports Journalists

Feds must act to end 'corrupt system' of college football

Academics keeping Boise State from playing with the big boys?

College conference realignment affecting rivalries, ticket sales

Confusing as it is, conference shuffling still isn't finished

Jury reduces charges against LSU QB Jefferson

Georgia announces tranfers of Malcome, Owens

SEC expects BCS to consider lifting 2-team limit

SEC good at 13 schools for now

Big 12 ADs meet, discuss stability of conference

Big 12 interim commish confident Mizzou stays

NCAA prez: Schools need to see beyond money

Former players sue NCAA over concussion rules


What's going on in Syracuse?

Syracuse vs. Rutgers: Doug Marrone Wants YOU

College Football Realignment: 10 Teams That Just Aren't in the Right Conference

Syracuse Orange Wednesday Morning QB: Holy Toledo and Rutgers Rivalry

University News

First round of flu shots arrive at SU

High School

Marcellus superintendent to release details of JV football coach's graveyard ploy Thursday
the reality is that Jones coming back too soon probably costs him the rest of the season. Fisher doesn't look close to me. And Thomas would probably be better to sit two weeks if there is any issue at all so he can be ready off the bye.

Gulley out changes the offense a bit in that when Bailey comes out there is probably a whole set of of plays that Smith/Moore dont run. Rene looks quick enough but he also looks banged up.

We can afford a loss to rutgers as much as it would hurt, we cant afford a loss to Tulane as well.. Too bad the games werent reversed.
He's had a real hard-on for SU since the announced move. He used to be pretty decent but he's letting his emotions get in the way of his reasoning.

Yeah, it's too bad, he once had some good takes.

Then he figured out pissed off SU fans are driving his page views up.
Yeah, it's too bad, he once had some good takes.

Then he figured out pissed off SU fans are driving his page views up.

He's a Bozo.

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