Syracuse football senior running back Antwon Bailey and graduate student offensive guard Andrew Tiller were selected to play in the 2012 Casino Del Sol All-Star, which will be held on January 16 in Tucson, Az. Both student-athletes recently completed successful seasons for the Orange en route to All-BIG EAST First Team selections.
Syracuse’s newest football commit, George Morris, has been the talk of Orange Nation this week. The 3-star Georgia product is an essential recruit for SU, filling the need at running back with Antwon Bailey graduating. It helps Morris is also a well-rounded impact back from an extremely talent rich area.
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The All-Big East Teams for football have been announced and some are skeptical about the selections. Syracuse was well represented with five 1st team players in Justin Pugh, Andrew Tiller, Chandler Jones, Nick Provo and Antwon Bailey. That’s a lot of accolades for a team that finished near the bottom of the league. Are the Orange players deserving?
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After Rutgers went ahead 19-16 in the second overtime, the Orange running back Antwon Bailey lost a fumble on the final play of the game.
San San Te kicked a 47-yard field goal in the second overtime and seconds later the Rutgers defense recovered a fumble by Syracuse's Antwon Bailey, giving the Scarlet Knights a 19-16 victory Saturday in the Big East opener for both teams.
Bailey began the game by losing a fumble and ended it just seconds after defensive back Khaseem Greene limped off the field with an injury...
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October 01, 2011