Posted December 06, 2012 on syracuse.scout.com
PLAYERS: C.J. Fair
TEAMS: Syracuse Orange
C.J. Fair provides his opinion on how he performed in the team's last outing as well as what helped Syracuse get back on the right side of the lead, as he talks with CuseNation.com inside.
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