Found February 21, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
Mel Evans/AP Photo Syracuse has won seven straight since its only loss of the season, and yet Orange fans may be worried the squad hasn’t been quite as dominant as earlier in the season. SU has won games in different ways recently: running St. John’s off the floor, pulling away from Connecticut and Rutgers late, and grinding out wins over Georgetown and Louisville.  The ability to win different types of games bodes well for SU’s chances in March, but it may be even more important to be playing its best at the right time. With only three regular season games left to work out the kinks, let’s take a look at what the Orange should focus on to make sure it’s firing on all cylinders in March. Improve the rebounding. It’s SU’s most obvious flaw, and Jim Boeheim hasn’t been shy about saying so.  Cleaning the glass might be the one dynamic most closely tied to this team’s performance. Syracuse has been able to win this season despite being outrebounded, but needed late game heroics agains...
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