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Doug Marrone has publicly made it a priority to use his New York City roots, buddy up with the high school coaches within the Empire State, and keep the best talent within these borders. Unfortunately, we have yet to see the big pay off. His most touted recruit from last year was Brandon Reddish, who barely saw the field as a freshman despite a brutal secondary begging for someone to step up. It doesn’t necessarily mean Reddish was overrated, but we haven’t see enough of Reddish to judge him yet.
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The other major New York recruit was the state’s best high school player in ’10, Ashton Broyld. But he never even made it to campus, nevertheless on the field. We can only hope Broyld is headed for SU this spring. Tyree Smallwood was supposed to be a gamebreaking running back from Cornwall, NY. But his murky ’11 recently left him de-committing from SU.
What about this recruiting class? ESPN’s rankings have Chad Kelly, Jarron Jones...
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While some college coaches are choosing to ban social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook, Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim isn't concerned with that sort of thing. Mostly, because he doesn't know what they are. "I don't even know what [social media] is," the Hall of Famer admitted in a video on CBSSports.com. "It would be hard to address that...
Syracuse guard Dion Waiters is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with.
The Orange's not-so-secret weapon leads the team with 37 steals and also is tied with fellow guard Brandon Triche for the team lead in scoring in Big East play at 13.3 points per game.
And consider this: Waiters has yet to start a game during his breakout sophomore season.
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Syracuse University men's lacrosse team began the 2012 season on Thursday with the team's annual media day at Manley Field House. The Orange took to the field in the morning for the squad's opening practice of the season before participating in media day and a second practice later in the afternoon. Head coach John Desko previewed the upcoming season...
Syracuse University basketball fans have a longer window to purchase and pick up their Orange men’s basketball tickets to watch the top-ranked team in the nation.
The Syracuse Orange women’s basketball team (12-5, 1-2 BIG EAST), fresh off a 83-60 victory at Pittsburgh on Saturday, returns home to host RV St. John’s (10-6, 2-1) at the Carrier Dome on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Jan 11, 7:00 PM | Villanova Pavilion
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The Villanova Wildcats will hit the floor running against the visiting Syracuse Orange Wednesday, looking to improve their record and boost wagering bankrolls in the process.
The Orange will look to vanquish their hosts on Wednesday, as they are 10-6 ATS versus the spread...
Philadelphia natives Dion Waiters and Scoop Jardine enjoyed a visit to their hometown Wednesday night as No. 1 Syracuse remained undefeated with a 79-66 win over Villanova.
(The Fizz’s Dave Van Moffaert has gained a reputation as one of the most tapped in sources for Syracuse football recruiting news. Over the next three weeks, DVM will regularly be posting his thoughts, predictions, rankings and buzz on how SU’s recruiting class takes shape. This is the first installment of “DVM’s Signing Day Scoop.” Thanks for reading.)
It’s crunch time...