Upperclassmen Dyshawn Davis and Jarrod West are impressed with the young crop of talent that has emerged for Syracuse so far this season. The two dish on Brisly Estime, Isaiah Johnson and Marqez Hodge, advice that they have given them and more inside.
Syracuse linebacker Dyshawn Davis realizes Syracuse has a David and Goliath-type matchup in No. 2 Florida State on Saturday, however, it will be the same course of action when it comes to being prepared. Davis discusses the big game inside.
Syracuse Orange linebacker Dyshawn Davis' injured ankle is still getting evaluated and a status on the junior's player status is still unknown, head coach Scott Shafer told the local media Thursday morning.
Earlier in the week, Shafer said Davis' injury wasn't serious and he should not miss this Saturday's game versus Georgia Tech. Though, as the week has progressed...
Chuck Bullough had a lot on his plate while coaching in the NFL the last two seasons. The former Browns coach admitted he didn’t know a lot about the new Orange group he’d took over during the spring and summer months. The new defensive coordinator was on the lookout for a group of leaders. That ended up being Syracuse’s stout linebacking corps.
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Syracuse linebacker Dyshawn Davis was one of the most impressive players during fall training camp. CuseNation.com caught up with the talented sophomore to discuss the upcoming season.
The Syracuse defense has been inconsistent as a whole this season, but a few players have enjoyed great individual campaigns. The youngest such player is freshman linebacker Dyshawn Davis, who is getting national attention.
Syracuse football leads Rutgers 7-0 after the first quarter at the Carrier Dome. The defense has been the story for the Orange, as Dyshawn Davis forced a fumble on the first drive that resulted in a touchdown by Ri’Shard Anderson. Davis followed that up with a sack on the final play of the quarter.