- Aug 15, 2011
Memories of post-Katrina New Orleans still stir emotions in Syracuse University head coach Doug Marrone
Wake Forest's Jim Grobe on how SU in ACC affects his recruiting etc
Danny O'Brien announces for Vols
What does the Big East do? Can it retain a BCS bid with Pitt, Syracuse and now TCU gone? Who's out there to replace TCU?
What does UConn do?
Pitt and Syracuse leaving was a blow but this one, no TCU, is a serious body shot to the Big East.
From BC Interupted
Thursday Notebook: Schiano Talks TCU
Former Player & Syracuse Mentions
What was your most memorable game, while playing for KU?
"I think from the standpoint of dealing with something that is empirical or exceptional is when we played
Guys like Ernie Davis were on that team and of course being a little country boy from Kansas, going to New York put me in awe. We went up there and quickly realized they put on their shoes and cleats the same way we did."
What made the 1961 Bluebonnet Bowl team so special?
"There was leadership and vision and there was someone who could convey those two things to minds and the hearts of young kids. (Don) Fambrough and (Jack) Mitchell were empirical scholars and teachers, who knew that they were molding men that had the ability to come together and scratch and claw. Not only did those coaches believe it, but they put us in a pot with the toughest teams in America, such as Syracuse, New York University and California. We did not blink at anybody and that helped us as players to know that whatever the challenge is, we will take it on."
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