WASHINGTON, March 30 – The Syracuse Orange can thank the tandem of James Southerland and Michael Carter-Williams for uplifting their cause into the Final Four on Saturday.
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James Southerland hit five 3-pointers in the first half to keep No. 19 Syracuse in the game and Brandon Triche keyed a big second-half run that gave the Orange a 75-63 victory Wednesday in the second round of the Big East tournament.
Fifth-seeded Syracuse (24-8) extended its Big East tenure with the win and the Orange will play fourth-seeded and 17th-ranked Pittsburgh in the quarterfinals...
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March 13, 2013
Syracuse takes care of business at the Dome, 77-58 over St. John’s. Let’s rip off the three biggest takeaways:
James Southerland makes a difference.
Not breaking any new ground here, but the first game Big Game James stepped into he contributed. Southerland finished with 13 points, and stroked back-to-back 3-pointers in the second half. He never lacks for confidence either...
Senior forward James Southerland of the No. 9 Syracuse Orange has been restored to the team's roster and is eligible to play again, the school announced Sunday.
Southerland, third on the team in scoring at 13.6 points and still the team leader with 33 3-pointers, was declared out indefinitely prior to the Villanova game Jan. 12 because of an eligibility matter involving academics...
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February 10, 2013
The Syracuse Orange are 15-1 with James Southerland.
But they are 4-2 without him.
Whether you want to hear the obvious or not, the Orange are a vastly different team without their senior forward; who was ruled academically ineligible on January 12th. Syracuse has gone from an upper echelon title contender to just as beatable as everyone else in the Big East in a matter of weeks...
Does Syracuse have to worry about NCAA punishment? According to the Post-Standard the NCAA is investigating the program’s academic records. This prompted James Southerland to be suspended a second time. His initial suspension was because he received improper benefits, allegedly. He made a payment to make it up, “one source thought it to be around $70.”
So last month...
It’s been pretty well documented this week that the No. 6 ranked Syracuse Orange will be without their second leading scorer on Saturday when they take on Louisville. Senior forward James Southerland has been suspended indefinitely. There had been some speculation about what exactly Southerland had been suspended for. There still isn’t anything concrete around his suspensions...
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...
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During a round of match game at the team's annual Cuse awards, Syracuse forward James Southerland conceded that he has a habit of passing gas on the court.