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R.I.P Dan
Aug 15, 2011

Jones to be eased into action

Jones cleared for limited practice; SU tries to regroup after tough loss

Weidner on Jones

Syracuse to get a history lesson

Cut off: Lobbying by Virginia officials caused SU to lose its ACC bid in 2003



Tulane WR Wilson Van Hooser

Tulane Coach Bob Toledo October 4, 2011 News Conference

SU Football: MacPherson and Scott on Tulane

SU-Tulane game to be shown on SNY, Jones returns to practice

Syracuse Marching Band at Varsity Pizza 9/24/11




Nick Provo is gone after this year and David Stevens is gone after next season and that leaves Syracuse with two scholarship tight ends on the roster making ...
Thompson looking at three

OOC Opponent

Deacons' spirits high

Former Players

Frazier: McNabb will start for 0-4 Vikings against Cardinals on Sunday

Schlosser had an offensive outburst, connecting on 20 of 34 passes for five touchdowns and no interceptions. Wideouts Steve Kuzyk and Trey Fairchild each pulled in two scores and totaled 145 and 132 yards, respectively.

OL Quinn Ojinnaka visits the Colts

Not assertive enough: With 8:27 left in the third quarter of a 10-10 game, Painter threw an incomplete pass on third down with less than a yard to go near midfield. Then the Colts punted. The Colts have to run there, and if they don't then they have to run on fourth down. For years we’ve talked about how they need to be able to run for a yard. Even with a dinged up offensive line, Delone Carter can’t get a yard?



Backup RB Delone Carter carried the ball seven times for 21 yards in Week 4 against the Bucs.

He would need an injury to Joseph Addai to matter in fantasy leagues, and even then there's no reason to believe he would be an upgrade over Addai, who is struggling.

Addai carried the rock just four more times than Carter tonight, but the small sample size and the injuries on the O-Line make it difficult to know for sure if Addai lost every-down duties. Either way, Carter is just barely worth stashing with such low upside.

Around The Big East

Around The Big East

Palmyra native Quron Pratt steps up for Rutgers in receiving corps

Big East Notebook | Louisville football coach Strong pained by offensive numbers

Why's it so hard for BCS teams to give WMU football the respect it deserves ...

WVU opens Big East play vs. UConn Saturday

Sources: Temple wants in to Big East | Philadelphia Daily News ...

Rutgers-Pitt features brother vs. brother

Around The Nation

Michigan defense shows dramatic improvement

Michigan's defensive turnaround doesn't satisfy Hoke

3-point stance: As the Big 12 turns

NCAA fans deserve playoffs after realignment

Things are out of order at OSU; when will this end?

High School


Investigation into recruiting allegations against Skaneateles football coach Tim Green in final stages

Top PSAL performances

PSAL Top 16



Poliquin: Pete Holohan, who went from Liverpool to the NFL, is doing just fine in San Diego


Syracuse vs. Tulane: Cox Giving SU Fans The Shaft, Making It ...

Gulley Gone: Marrone May Be Forced to Burn Ameen-Moore’s Redshirt

Syracuse Football: Doug Marrone Haz A Sad, Prince-Tyson Gulley Done For Year

Syracuse vs. Tulane: The Bob Toledo/Greg Robinson Connection

University News

Pointwise Announces Large Software Donation to Syracuse University
Who was better in H.S. Poll Pete or Paulus? Is CBA being Investigated also?
I always blamed Jake and Buzz for screwing up the original ACC overture back in 2003. That Daily Orange article is all the proof I need.

-Syracuse history professor David Bennett thought it was obvious SU could still join the ACC even after June 24. This was an obvious second chance as, to Bennett, it was clear the ACC would go to 12 teams to have a lucrative conference championship game.

Bennett, the former chairman of the Athletic Policy Board and the NCAA Faculty Representative from 1975-95, went to Shaw.
"The question I had for (Shaw), it wasn't a question, it was a strong feeling, and it was that this could not stand," Bennett said. " … They were clearly going to add either Boston College or Syracuse. And I thought we should make a full-court press to be that school."

Shaw and Crouthamel chose not to.-


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