Found February 12, 2013 on
According to The Juice, an announcement of Syracuse’s brand new football practice facility should be expected today. If indeed SU has found the funding for a new complex this is huge news in the never ending recruiting battle. As we all know the Orange walks into the ACC needing to be prepared for much bigger confrontations than it saw in the Big East.
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Curiosity began building when Bernheimer Architecture released designs for SU two years ago. Just look at some of the draws around Syracuse’s new conference: FSU, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Miami. These are schools that sink plenty of money into their programs, and basketball is an afterthought at each (although each has had success on the hardwood recently). Doak Campbell Stadium. Lane Stadium. Death Valley. South Florida. These are incredible imposing dynamics to now have to beat on a weekly basis.
Some might believe Syracuse will never truly compete with some of these school...
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According to Gil Brandt of NFL.com, former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith will throw at next week’s NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis.
The agent of former Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib has told ProFootballTalk.com that his client will also throw at the combine.
Quarterbacks are typically weary of throwing at the combine because they’re unfamiliar with the receivers...
Today marks one week since National Signing Day, which means Syracuse fans can officially consider this the start of the true offseason. The Orange reeled in a class of 19 recruits (not 20, ahem Akeem Jones), and the future is looking bright with the new staff. Before the Spring Game jumps up in two months, let’s take a look The Fizz’s top three storylines to keep your eye...
With the UConn Huskies men's basketball team set to take on the Syracuse Orange for the final time in Big East play tonight, UConnHuskies.com takes a look back at the top 10 moments in the rivalry.
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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...