Posted November 23, 2012 on
Syracuse closed its Big East membership with a 38-20 victory over Temple. The Orange finish the regular season on a three game winning streak, clinch a winning record for the 2012 season, and will head to a bowl game for the second time in the last three seasons under head coach Doug Marrone.
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Syracuse put a final stamp on its schedule with a 38-20 win in Philadelphia over Temple. Job well done by the Orange, finishing the regular season strong with seven wins. Here’s my instant reaction:
Take a bow Doug Marrone. There were many critics throughout the season’s lowest moments including myself, wondering how a coach that preached discipline could have a team...
It seems like every day there’s a new report of a college making a conference switch, and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim doesn’t seem too happy about it. “I’m going to let those people play their games. I think they’ll be doing that for the next 20 years. If they could figure it out and get [...]
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Syracuse Orange point guard Michael Carter-Williams went from sometimes seeing no time to being the main option at point guard. He talks with CuseNation.com about his new position on the team inside.
Orange forward James Southerland has always believed that he is more than an outside shooter. He has been showing that to be true so far this season, and he spoke with CuseNation.com about it inside.