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Nassib, Daniels impressing so far

Syracuse University football rookie Brandon Reddish got a rude welcome to D-1 ball Saturday

Orange crushed amid Big East defection

Orange Fans Invited To Go Green Saturday

ACC | From a football standpoint...Big East coaches react to ...

Carrier Dome Celebrates 31st Birthday

Big East Teams Leave Conference for Sports Allies With Lucrative TV Market

Syracuse, Pittsburgh not focusing on conference realignment

Recruiting

ACC move may help Syracuse commit James Washington with decision

Videos

Conference expansion

Post Sports Live: What does ACC expansion mean for Big East?

Former Players

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Up front, senior defensive end Zary Stewart (Upper Marlboro, Md.) is starting to emerge after a slow start. The 6-4, 260 pounder stayed in the weight room during the offseason and emerged stronger and faster. So far this season, Zary has 11 tackles (8 solo), 4 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and two QB hurries in the Bears' first three games. He is a relentless pass rusher with a terrific motor and will certainly be one to watch as the Bears prepare to get started in conference play.
MSB

Hampton QB Legree earns MEAC Offensive Player of the Week

Delone Carter Fantasy Report

Around The Big East

Big East sticking together, giving TCU cause for hope

Schools make pledge to stay in Big East

Big East honchos commit to survive

Pac-12 will not expand; Big East football teams pledge to remain ...

Big East Vows To Rejuvenate Conference

Notre Dame gets good news on conference expansion front

USF fighting for life amid all the chaos

Conference game of dominoes is off (or on)

Temple reportedly is added to the mix for Big East football ...

Around The Nation

Pac-12 says no further expansion

Pac-12 happy to sit out this round of conference realignment drama

Reason wins the day for Pac-12, Washington State

Viewer's guide: Give expansion a rest

Joe Paterno wanted a conference of East Coast schools back in 1981

Forget loyalty, conference realignment is about every man for himself

Perdue, ECU officials talk football alignment

Lopresti: Never-ending chase for more money drives college realignment

Editorial: TV driving expansion

Was Paterno dropping hints?

The Weekend Tailgate

Big conferences gobble up college teams


University News

SU awarded $3 million grant for soft materials research
 

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Found this article on the Top 60 Players in Orlando while reading the story about James Washington. Washington is rated as the 13th best player in the area, higher than some players who have verbaled or have offers from schools like Miami. Bobby Van Werner of course goes to the same HS as Washington; he comes from SU stock and would like to come too.

The list includes Taylor Barton but he has since verbaled to Illinois.
 

rrlbees

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How about Joe Pa flapping his gums about RU

1. He is helping an alum
2. PSU as much as anyone in the B10 wants even more visibility in NJ and Metro NY.
 

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I didn't like that Washington interview at all... Sounds like a great kid, but schools like South Carolina and Florida make me nervous...
 

IthacaBarrel

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I didn't like that Washington interview at all... Sounds like a great kid, but schools like South Carolina and Florida make me nervous...

That said, who can blame a kid for choosing SC or Florida..
 

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I take it as Im looking but my reasons for looking just got a lot fewer.
 

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