Found March 23, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
Saturday night, the season of the Syracuse Orange came to an end at the hands of the Dayton Flyers in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. With time running out in regulation and down by two, freshman Tyler Ennis had the ball in his hands and launched up a three-point attempt that missed, and with that, the season was over. But, was it also the last shot that Ennis would take in college? Right after the game, he was asked about his future, and he is currently saying that there is no timetable for when he will decided whether or not to go pro. Coming into the season, all of the freshman attention was on Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker, however as time went on, Ennis played his way into everyone’s minds, continually coming up big for his team when they needed him most.
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