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Report: Multiple Syracuse Recruits Expected To Qualify Academically

Both Marquise Blair and Shy Cullen are expected to qualify academically according to’s Stephen Bailey. While on the surface, we should hope it isn’t news when players do qualify, it comes as welcome news that it looks like all class of 2015 football recruits are good to come to Syracuse this summer if they are not there already. Remember, just last year, both KJ...
Via Orange Fizz
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Unveils New Turf for 2015 Season

While the hopes of a football-only facility are still just pipe dreams for the Syracuse Orange right now, the university can still make minor upgrades while it patiently awaits a decision. What better upgrade to make than a brand new turf field inside the Carrier Dome? According to College Football Talk, TurfField will be installing the field for the Orange and they claim that the...
Via Campus Sports Net
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Hoops Target Kevin Huerter Blowing Up

Things are still pretty up in the air for the Syracuse University basketball program when it comes to recruiting, with long time top target Tyus Battle headed to Michigan while Jim Boeheim and his staff scramble to come up with an outstanding backup option at the point for the class of 2016. One such option […]
Via Otto's Grove
2 days ago  |  Discuss

SU Missed Out On 2016 QB Anthony Brown, What’s the Back Up Plan?

Last Friday 2016 3-star quarterback Anthony Brown verbally committed to Boston College over Syracuse, Wake Forest, Temple and Northwestern. Orange Offensive Coordinator Tim Lester told Brown that he was SU’s top quarterback target in the 2016 class back in March. So where does Syracuse go from here? The Orange has offered ten 2016 quarterbacks according to, but seven...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Gridiron Recruiting Spotlight: QB David Moore

A few weeks ago, the Syracuse University football recruiting landscape grew a bit when the Orange coaching staff extended an offer to 2016 quarterback David Moore, a 3-star prospect who grew up in Dallas but who will be calling Alpharetta, Georgia home for his senior season. Let’s take a closer look at the young man […]
Via Otto's Grove
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Orange Loses QB Recruit to Rival

While things are certainly looking up for the Syracuse football program, the Orange just lost out on an important recruit in the class of 2016. Target Anthony Brown decided to commit to the rival Boston College Eagles on Friday. Brown, who is considered a top-ten dual threat quarterback in the class by many, named the Orange as one of his final five teams at the end of April. This...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Syracuse athlete to receive Medal of Honor

In 1924, William Shemin graduated from Syracuse University. His career with the Orange was outlined by his time on the football and lacrosse teams, but his actions off the field are what make him memorable. According to the United States Army and NBC Sports: A semi-pro baseball player during his teenage years, Shemin graduated from the New York Ranger school in 1914. With the increase...
Via Campus Sports Net
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Makes the Cut for Christian Colon

Defensive tackle prospect and priority Syracuse University target Christian Colon won’t decide on a school until November, but the 3-star talent from North Carolina released his top five this afternoon and, as I think most of us expected, the Orange made the cut. Colon – who is a good friend and former teammate of Robert […]
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Orange Hoops Hoping to Land Kobi Simmons

Pretty soon, elite point guard prospect Kobi Simmons will be cutting down his list of schools – a list that includes not only Syracuse University, but also the University of North Carolina, Kentucky University, the University of Arizona, and Ohio State University, among others. Although the Orange were all in on Tyus Battle, who committed […]
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dontae Strickland Set to Join Syracuse in the Fall

Syracuse fans’ concerns about the Orange backfield were intensified after there were worries over whether RB Dontae Stickland would be academically eligible for the fall of 2015.  Well, Orange fans can breathe a little bit easier as Strickland announced that he is in fact eligible and will be on the team come the fall. Strickland is a three-star running back out of South Brunswick...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse VP: 44 Only To Be Worn in Special Circumstance

Those who cried foul over the idea of Syracuse University un-retiring jersey number 44 can breath a little easier. Per a report from Chris Carlson of, the university’s Senior VP of Public Affairs, Kevin Quinn, has stated in an email that the number will only be worn in a “special circumstance” and that it will be reserved for “someone extraordinary given the...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

St. John’s to Host Syracuse at MSG December 13

The Syracuse Orange and the St. John’s Red Storm will continue their storied rivalry into the 2015-2016 season. It was reported early Wednesday morning by Jon Rothstein that St. John’s would host the Orange at historic Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 13. St. John's will host Syracuse on Sunday 12/13/15 at MSG, source told @CBSSports. Return game of home-and...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

McCullough More than Worthy of a First Round Pick

It seems a little amazing that just six months ago, we were all* convinced that Syracuse University freshman forward Chris McCullough would be a surefire NBA Lottery selection. And now, here we are the day after the lottery order was determined, and the general consensus is that the one and done talent will either be […]
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse University Unretires Number 44

The Syracuse Orange football team has unretired number 44, per an announcement on the program’s official Twitter page. It's back — Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) May 19, 2015 For those unaware, that number was worn by legendary Syracuse running back Ernie Davis, who won the 1961 Heisman Trophy while playing for the school. Davis also helped Syracuse...
Via Campus Sports Net
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Football Has Unretired No. 44, Worn By Hall Of Famers Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Heisman Winner Ernie Davis

At Syracuse University, it is impossible to avoid the impact of the number 44. It is in the campus zip code and all phone numbers, and hangs from the rafters of the Carrier Dome. The number became famous at SU after being worn by a trio of running backs who made six All-American first teams between them, Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, and Floyd Little. Davis led the 1959 Syracuse team to...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Has a Smart Concussion Policy That No One Knows About

It’s time to applaud Syracuse Athletics. That’s not something that has been written or said too much this past season; but the program deserves praise for its concussion protocol. Yesterday during the SU and Johns Hopkins lacrosse broadcast on ESPN, analyst Quint Kessenich said that if a Syracuse athlete gets three concussions, then they are automatically medically disqualified...
Via Orange Fizz
9 days ago  |  Discuss

UConn, Syracuse to renew rivalry in future seasons

Let me apologize if this is your first time on The Fever and were expecting the basketball version of the headline. That would be awesome, but it’s all about football from here on out. UConn and Syracuse have agreed to a home-and-home football series for 2016 and 2018, bringing back an old school Big East rivalry. The 2016 season is now tentatively complete for the Huskies with...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse’s Mike Hopkins Upset With People “Surprised” By Rakeem Christmas’ Strong Combine

Former Syracuse forward Rakeem Christmas was perhaps the most improved player in college basketball last season, upping his scoring average from 5.8 to 17.5 points per game and his rebounding average from 5.1 to 9.1 per contest. But apparently, Christmas’ solid debut at the NBA Draft Combine 5 on 5 game today took some of the scouts and announcers by surprise. Christmas put up...
Via College Spun
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Hunt, Shafer talk about upcoming season

The 2014 season was a disastrous one for Syracuse, as the Orange lost nine of its last 10 games to finish with the year with a 3-9 record. However, there is cause for optimism in 2015. Promising quarterback Terrel Hunt appears to be back and healthy again after fracturing his fibula during the fifth game of the season against Louisville. Also, this year will be the first that the...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Just call him Dr. Bob Costas from now on

In addition to his work at HBO, MLB Network and of course, NBC, Bob Costas is known to be one of the many distinguished alumni of Syracuse University and in particular, the Newhouse School of Public Communication where noted sportscasters Marv Albert, Ian Eagle, Sean McDonough, Beth Mowins, Dave Pasch, Dick Stockton, Mike Tirico and thousands of others graduated. It appears that...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Chris McCullough Posts Photo Of 4 Departing Syracuse Players From Boeheim Foundation’s Basket Ball

Coming off of a disappointing 2014-15 campaign, Syracuse basketball will look very different next season. The team loses All-American center Rakeem Christmas to graduation after his magnificent senior season, forward Chris McCullough is entering the NBA Draft, and role players B.J. Johnson and Ron Patterson are transferring out of the program. Despite their upcoming moves, all four...
Via College Spun
April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

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