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Still reeling from a tough 19-16 overtime loss to Rutgers, Syracuse coach Doug Marrone focused on some positives as the team begins preparations for Saturday’s game at Tulane.
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Orange football head coach Doug Marrone will head to PJ's Pub and Grill on Monday to host his weekly lunch on Walton Street in Syracuse's Armory Square. The third-year head coach, who will arrive following his Monday media obligations, will provide insight into SU's progression to this point in the season and preview upcoming games. Coach Marrone will also participate...
Prince-Tyson Gulley is in fact out for the season, and the Orange may be forced to remove the redshirt of Adonis Ameen-Moore. After the bizarre “mistake” by the athletic department last week, Doug Marrone admitted Monday that Syracuse will indeed be without its number two tailback – just as the original game notes stated. Gulley’s absence leaves SU with little depth and zero...
The Fizz has taken the next step in having an SU dining hall named after us: the launch of a fully operational weekly radio show. Saturday mornings from 9a-10a, Orange Fizz Radio takes over the airwaves on The Score 1260 in Syracuse. Download every episode of Fizz Radio on iTunes.
Listen to Fizz Radio’s Episode 3:
01:30: Prince Tyson Gulley injury & Marrone’s secrecy
Soon after Syracuse’s tough 19-16 overtime loss to Rutgers on Saturday, coach Doug Marrone offered some explanations as to why he closed practice from the media during the week. It was known that injuries and schematic advantage were at the route of the decision, but the details put it all together.
The Syracuse University Athletic Department announced on Tuesday that Chandler Jones, who has missed each of the last four games with a lower body injury, was cleared for limited practice.
Syracuse went to overtime for the third time this season and for the first time did not emerge victorious, fumbling away what should have been a win and losing to Rutgers 19-16. It was easily the most disappointing loss of the Doug Marrone era, as SU outplayed the Scarlet Knights for 60 minutes and kept inventing new ways to literally give the game away.Since Marrone took over...
Syracuse Seniors Scoop Jardine and Kris Joesph are two of the top 50 preseason candidates to win the John R. Wooden award.
Syracuse’s overtime loss to Rutgers was painful. Crazy Eyes Schiano running around everywhere. Fizz t-shirt icon Doug Marrone in disbelief as his team melted in front of him. And a special teams disaster as three kicks are the victims of poor blocking. Believe it or not there is good, but clearly there is plenty of bad, in this week’s Fizz 5. We start with the obvious:
ESPNU All-Access: Syracuse will air at a special time tonight (6:00 p.m.), followed by the return of ESPNU Road Trip at 6:30 p.m. All-Access: Syracuse wires Head Coach Doug Marrone, along with former NFL players Rob Moore and Tyrone Wheatley as ESPNU cameras sit in on meetings, workouts, training and practice.
The Syracuse University volleyball team (11-6, 2-1 BIG EAST) registered its second-consecutive conference sweep as the Orange defeated Connecticut (8-9, 0-4 BIG EAST) on Sunday afternoon (27-25, 25-18, 26-24) at Gampel Pavilion.
Los Angeles (October 3, 2011)— Syracuse's Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph were among 50 players included on the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 list announced today by the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Chosen by a preseason poll of national college basketball media members, the list is comprised of 50 student-athletes who, based on last year’s individual performance and team records...
Sam Hinz of the SU volleyball team and Pat Dupont of Orange cross country and track and field are the Syracuse University Scholar Athletes of the Week for October 3, 2011.
Oct 8, 8:00 PM | Turf of Louisiana Superdome
Syracuse Orange vs Tulane Green Wave Odds
Week 6 action on Saturday will see the Green Wave looking to boost their win total and cover the spread when the Orange visit Louisiana Superdome.
The Green Wave are 2-3 so far on the season, and 1-4 ATS vs. the number. The Orange, meanwhile, are 3-2 and 2-3 ATS. Over...
The Syracuse University softball team defeated Le Moyne 13-0 in its final game of the 2011 fall season on Sunday evening at the SU Softball Stadium.
The Syracuse University volleyball team (11-6, 2-1 BIG EAST) begins its four match home stand this Wednesday night against Colgate (6-10, 3-1 Patriot League). First serve is set for 7:00 p.m. at the Women’s Building.