Found October 24, 2013 on Orange Fizz:
Photos via Varsity Preps The amount of offers Syracuse has dished out to Floridian high school football players since George McDonald’s arrival is through the roof. SU’s offensive coordinator has continued to enhance and strengthen the culture of recruiting Florida in the post-Doug Marrone era. There’s one high school in particular Coach McDonald has to lock in on for the 2014 class. As Scott Shafer has handled not only the current 3 – 4 bunch after a beating to Georgia Tech, the new head man has kept his recruitment attention on Midwest recruits, his sweet spot. No question has Shafer put his trust in “The Mailman” to pick from the cream of the crop in the Sunshine State. Down in Weston, Fla., Syracuse has three scholarships lined up for a trio of players from Cypress Bay High School. Since 2007, head coach Mark Guandolo has the led the team to all plus-.500 seasons every year except for one season. One name the Orange is already familiar with is CB Deion Hallmon, who de-committed ...

Still Hope: Despite Shafer’s Midseason Report, Football Season is Salvageable

  From Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU football news.  Halfway through Syracuse’s first season in the ACC, the Orange is 3-4. When the team has lost, it has lost badly. When it has won, the games have been blowout wins.  Syracuse has two 50-plus offensive performances, and the defense has given up 48-plus points three times. If someone said inconsistency...

Syracuse Football: 2014 Non-Conference Opponents Set

The Syracuse Orange football program announced Wednesday their 2014 non-conference schedule, which includes Villanova, Maryland, Central Michigan and a Met Life Stadium showdown versus Notre Dame. We already knew about the Terrapins and the Fighting Irish, but the additions of the Wildcats and Chippewas complete the non-conference slate that, at first glace, looks challenging. The...
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