Found June 27, 2013 on
If you’re a Syracuse football fan, winning the New York City turf war is of huge importance. Too many elite players have left the Big Apple for greener pastures elsewhere in the past few years. If you can’t beat Notre Dame or Clemson to a kid, it’s understandable. Rutgers did a very good job under Crazy Eyes Schiano of dominating New Jersey, and now a shift to the B1G should help them even more. Syracuse is now in the ACC, so there should be some more success on the horizon in the 5 boroughs, right?
A piece in the New York Post last week titled “UConn winning city’s football recruiting battle” highlighted the encroachment of UConn into what was Syracuse territory.
“The Empire Challenge is the culmination of the high school football careers of local prospects from New York City and Long Island. But last night’s lopsided contest at Hofstra University… also symbolized the start of Connecticut’s aggressive approach to talent in the area.
The city team, hammered by...
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Yesterday, thanks to The Emblem Source, we got a look at Pittsburgh’s inaugural ACC patches for the 2013 college football season. Today, we get to see the patches for the other former Big East member, the Syracuse Orange.
Check out the two color schemes the Cuse will be wearing this upcoming year:
These are the 2 @theACC patches that @Cuse will be wearing for their 1st year in...
Tyler Ennis, the projected starting point guard for the Syracuse Orange basketball team this upcoming season, netted a team-high 20 points on 8-of-17 shooting in Canada's preliminary-round loss to Spain, 81-70, of the U19 World Championships in Prague, Czech Republic.
In nearly 30 minutes of playing time, Ennis dished out three assists, collected four rebounds and committed four...
With some upset in seeing him go, Carter-Williams is still in a way with Syracuse. Find out how and more on his new team inside.
(Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports)
Syracuse - Sophomore (Born 1991)
6'6" 184 lbs
If you simply see Boeheim as a basketball coach, you are not looking close enough. He offers what he and others are doing to help the Syracuse community while spending some time speaking on the Orange inside.