Posted January 12, 2013 on
Orange head coach Jim Boeheim takes some time to share his thoughts following a win over a Big East foe.
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Syracuse forward James Southerland, one of the team's top players, has been suspended indefinitely for eligibility issues.
Syracuse basketball sixth man James Southerland will not play "until further notice" due to an eligibility issue, the university's athletic department announced Saturday.
The school did not include any details on why Southerland is ineligible.
Southerland is second on the Orange in scoring with 13.6 points per game. The 6-foot-8 forward has come off the bench in all...
Despite the loss of Jame Southerland, Fair continues to move the Orange in the right direction. See what he had to say about his role and more with CuseNation.com inside.
Syracuse is on a five-game winning streak, but coach Jim Boeheim isn't happy with the team's recent shooting performances.
Returning home would seem to be a great opportunity to change his mood - especially if the Orange can defeat a Villanova team that's given them problems on their home floor lately.
Coming off a pair of lackluster shooting efforts, the No. 7 Orange...
C.J. Fair had 22 points, Trevor Cooney hit a pair of 3-pointers
to punctuate a late surge and No. 7 Syracuse beat Villanova 72-61
Syracuse University's football staff has undergone and will continue to undergo changes. See what Lemon has to say about what has happened so far with CuseNation.com inside.
The seventh-ranked Orange capped off its two-game road trip with a win over Providence, 72-66. It was a but of a scare early as Providence lead by three at the half, but Syracuse pulled through in crunchtime to stay unbeaten in the Big East at 3-0. At 15-1 overall, the Orange has a temporary leg up on Louisville (14-1, 2-0). Jim Boeheim said it was the team’s worst...