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The Syracuse Orange roll into the New Era Pinstripe Bowl coming off a 7-5 record and a 3 game winning streak after finishing 5-2 in the Big East Conference. Syracuse head football coach Doug Marrone has done a nice job since taking over the program back in 2009. Although they didn’t win the Big East [...]
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Syracuse nabbed its 14th commit for the Class of 2013 as 3-star Florida DE Malik Brown tells The Fizz it was all thanks to the respect he got from the SU coaches. In recruiting, the term show me the love is thrown around a lot. While Doug Marrone is not Jerry Maguire, HCDM gets into a zone on the recruiting trail and is effective in letting players know their importance...
On Wednesday, Doug Marrone hopped on the local ESPN Radio affiliate and said linebacker Marquis Spruill will play in the Pinstripe Bowl.
Spruill and (notoriously terrible punt returner) Steve Rene both found themselves in some trouble earlier in December. The police report filed on December 2nd stated:
“Rene, 21, was booked and lodged for disorderly conduct and resisting...
How much of a shot does Syracuse have at landing Ebenezer Ogundeko? Earlier in the week Ryan Murray from Rivals reported the Brooklyn pass rusher had changed his final two schools from Florida and Clemson, to Syracuse and Clemson. Does the Orange have a legitimate 50/50 shot?
First, what eliminated the Gators from his decisions? There are thoughts that competition at his...
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.
Malik Brown gave his verbal commitment to Syracuse University Wednesday night, so let's take a closer look at him as a prospect using game tape.
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...