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Noticeably slimmer and now healthy - Adonis Ameen-Moore is ready to take his Syracuse career to the next step. The running back talked about slimming down and preparing for the 2012 season with CuseNation.com
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One day of preseason practice is in the books for the Syracuse Orange, and afterward Doug Marrone was no different than any other coach at this juncture.
''I feel right now that we've got a long way to go,'' he said Monday night. ''We're not where we want to be right now.''
The practice, scheduled for two hours, lasted 17 minutes longer than...
At the risk of turning 2012 Syracuse football into a daily meandering of amateur psychology, it was glaring: Doug Marrone was much happier as camp opened this weekend. Last week at Big East Media Day, the Dougie was noticeably cranky and short in speaking about the upcoming season. Of course, this could have easily just been an annoyance with the interviewer (me). But overall, from...
Day one of Syracuse's fall camp is in the books, and Coach Doug Marrone spoke of his initial thoughts soon after.
With all the talk of Syracuse football branching out to the West Coast, Deon Goggins knows that he has helped to achieve one of the goals he set when he arrived at SU. Heading into his senior season, find out what else the versatile D-lineman is thinking as camp begins.
Rob Trudo is healed after a tough spring and he's ready to contribute at Syracuse in 2012 no matter which position he lines up at on the offensive line. Find out his thoughts heading into fall camp inside.
One of the highest rated recruits in Syracuse's 2012 class was 4-star tight end Ron Thompson. The 6-foot-4 freshman is one of several incoming players that could make an immediate impact. While his biggest strength may be with the ball in his hands, Thompson spend some extensive time working with head coach Doug Marrone on other parts of his game.