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Doug Marrone has been grabbing JuCo prospects like he’s holiday shopping. Syracuse has brought in over a number of junior college athletes over the last few weeks. Two-star MLB Luke Arciniega committed yesterday after a terrific visit on the Hill last weekend, making it five pledges in the last ten days for the Orange. The last commitment before this recent fantastic group was Augustus Edwards… five months ago.
Arciniega’s commitment makes it 13 for this class, with six being junior college transfers. Whether the class abides by Greg Adkins’ 16 recruit cap, at least a third of it will be JuCos. This isn’t a bad thing, and it says Marrone is serious about winning in the ACC. Not in a few years, but right now. The Orange is trying to avoid that 4-5 win “get-your-feet-wet” season. If you bring in the size and athletic maturity Marrone has nabbed over the last few weeks, it shows SU wants a successful ACC debut.
This class was going to be small anyway. SU will probably be in the high te...
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The Syracuse defense is picking up veteran talent, and the Class of ’13 is starting to take shape 6 weeks before National Signing Day. The Orange grab a verbal commitment from another JuCo player on D, this time 2-star linebacker Luke Arciniega. The 6’4″, 245 lb. ‘backer comes from Sierra Community College in California.
He follows two other defensive JuCo commits for SU...
The media director for Syracuse University's athletic department is no longer employed by the school and, according to a newspaper report, is being investigated by police.
Roger Springfield does not work for the university any more, Kevin Quinn, senior vice president for public affairs at the university, said Wednesday night. Quinn did not provide additional information.
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During the press conference following his 900th win as a college coach, Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim expressed his opinions on gun control.
Jim Boeheim won the 900th game of his career when Syracuse beat Detroit on Monday night, further cementing his place as one of the greatest coaches in the history of college basketball. Boeheim is only the third men’s coach in Division-I history to win 900 or more games, so he knew the achievement would warrant a lot of attention from national media outlets. That’s why he decided...
On Monday, legendary Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim became just the third coach in NCAA men's basketball history to reach 900 career victories. He did so after his team stayed undefeated (10-0) by knocking off visiting Detroit, 72-68, in the Gotham Classic. Naturally, the media wanted to hear from the 68-year old coach after the game. Boeheim used his post-game news conference...
While Newhouse is one of the great broadcasting schools in the country, the newest name connected to Syracuse is John Miller, not longtime ESPN play-by-play announcer Jon Miller. SU continues to look for JuCo help on both sides of the ball, as Miller commits to play his final two years along the offensive line.
The 6’3” 317 lb. lineman out of LA Harbor Community College made...
You know it’s inevitable- some meathead is going to criticize Syracuse legend Jim Boeheim for this, and give him the “STICK TO SPORTS” call of the malcontents.
During the postgame news conference last night, Boeheim’s final remarks were not about his milestone 900th career victory. But instead, he was thinking about the 20 children and six adults killed in a shooting massacre...
On Monday night, Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim earned his 900th career coaching victory. Quite an accomplishment for what is one of the most storied coaching careers in college basketball history. Instead of using his post-game news conference to throw around tired sports clichés, Boeheim used the opportunity to talk about a much more [...]
Jim Boeheim of Syracuse made the unfortunate mistake of picking his nose while he was on TV. Of course, Timothy Burke of Mocksession was there to grab the screen shot. C’mon Jim!
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Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim has become more synonymously with the Orange than any other name. He has also been synonymous with winning. Take a look through his history en route to number 900 inside.
For some reason, part of our society’s DNA compels us to downplay accomplishments. This has been especially true for Jim Boeheim. Many are quick to discount his success at Syracuse because he’s only won one national title, or because of his trademark matchup zone defense, or because of a perceived lack of rigor when it [...]
Can't make it to a TV for Syracuse-Detroit? Simply want to discuss what you see with our staff and/or other fans? Do it all inside as Jim Boeheim looks to get the 900th win of his career.
The Orange are one win away from helping head coach Jim Boeheim to his 900th career victory. Standing in their way are the Titans. Take a look at what they bring into this match inside.