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Britt juices tired Orange with career game

Send to Kindle Courtesy Syracuse Sports Information Losing the likes of Tyler Ennis and C.J. Fair to the NBA Draft doesn’t ever deter Jim Boeheim.  He is at the level with the Syracuse Orange where he reloads and plugs the next 4-star or 5-star players in. Monday night in Chapel Hill defined how a lack of depth due to injuries can erode the effectiveness of a good basketball...
Via College Chalktalk
1 day ago  |  Discuss

SU Commit Malachi Richardson Named to McDonald’s Game

For the first time since 2012, the Syracuse Orange will have a representative in the McDonald’s All-America game after 2015 commit Malachi Richardson was revealed as a member of the West Team in this year’s event. Richardson, a 6-foot-6 swingman from Trenton Catholic Academy, is the first SU player since Dajuan Coleman earned a nod […]
Via Otto's Grove
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Grudging Greatness: Ryan Nassib, Forgotten Star

It seems kind of funny that a quarterback who was running the show for Syracuse only a few years ago would already become overlooked when talking about the annals of Orange football history. Yet any time Syracuse’s struggles over the last 15 or so seasons come up in conversation, talk inevitably turns to Syracuse’s inability […]
Via Otto's Grove
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Runs Out of Gas at North Carolina

Right now, you have to feel a little bit badly for Rakeem Christmas and Trevor Cooney. I mean, how can you not? Syracuse’s two focal points gave absolutely everything they had against a bigger, deeper North Carolina team, but it still wasn’t enough. The pair, who came to Syracuse together and used to play their […]
Via Otto's Grove
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Misses Out on Najee Clayton

The Syracuse football recruiting class was dealt a blow when Paramus Catholic Safety Najee Clayton announced that he will attend Rutgers next year.  This decision came after Clayton took official visits to both Rutgers and Syracuse over the last two weeks.  He announced today via twitter that he chose Rutgers over Syracuse and Pittsburgh.   Clayton is a three-star recruit and...
Via Orange Fizz
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Orange Anxiety: The Acute Need For Syracuse To Produce

One of the central emergent themes in this college basketball season — one which will continue to merit attention in the coming weeks — is that a lot of big-name programs are in trouble relative to making the NCAA tournament. The two teams that played in the first national semifinal at last year’s Final Four, Florida and Connecticut, are already toasted as at-large candidates...
Via The Student Section
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Monday Morning Recruiting Round Up: Najee Clayton and Steven Clark to Announce Decisions Today

Optimists would say that Syracuse’s recruiting class will get a little bigger today; pessimists would say the opposite. New Jersey safety Najee Clayton and Alabama defensive end Steven Clark are going to make their collegiate decisions in a few hours time. SU is firmly in the hunt for both players, but nothing is guaranteed. These two look to be be the final players Syracuse can...
Via Orange Fizz
3 days ago  |  Discuss

No Rest for the Weary: SU Takes on North Carolina

Whoever decided to create this ACC schedule for Syracuse probably isn’t getting a Christmas card from Jim Boeheim next year. After a tough loss at home against a very good Miami squad on Saturday, Syracuse gets to turn right around and head on the road to Chapel Hill to take on No. 15-ranked North Carolina […]
Via Otto's Grove
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Misses Out On Three Defensive Commits: What Does This Mean?

Three months ago defensive end Keivonnis Davis committed to Syracuse, safety Jay Stocker made plans to officially visit the Hill and linebacker Anthony McKee was high on the Orange’s wish list. All three players committed to play college football this week and none of them picked Syracuse.             Even when Davis was committed to SU he said that he still planned...
Via Orange Fizz
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Conway To Help Fix Orange Offensive Line?

Part of the big reason for the Syracuse offensive struggles last year was the offensive line.   Syracuse has some help coming in in offensive tackle Cody Conway. The 6’6″ 280 pounder from Plainfield North High School in Plainfield, Ill., is a verbal commit to Syracuse and could help a desperate offensive line, especially after it loses Sean Hickey.   The blocking was nearly...
Via Orange Fizz
6 days ago  |  Discuss

What Landing Najee Clayton Would Mean For The Orange

Najee Clayton is one of, if not THE best, recruit that Syracuse is still going after. While a number of transfers are considering joining the Orange, Clayton is one of the last players that Syracuse is heavily targeting. Clayton, if he does decide to come to Syracuse, would be one of the team’s top recruits. He has proven to be a talented wide receiver and running back, with both...
Via Orange Fizz
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Head Coach Jim Boeheim, Players Rakeem Christmas and Chris McCullough Appeared in SU’s “Shmoney Dance” Video

Over the last few months, Brooklyn-based rapper Bobby Shmurda’s song “Hot Boy and it’s accompanying “Shmoney Dance” has taken the world by storm, with various celebrities performing their own rendition of the move. Syracuse basketball players Rakeem Christmas and Chris McCullough joined in on the fun in Syracuse University’s “Shmoney Dance” video, which also features...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Loses DE Keivonnis Davis to Oregon State

Just a few days after visiting the Syracuse University campus, highly-regarded defensive recruit Keivonnis Davis decided to make the switch from Syracuse’s orange and blue to Oregon State’s orange and brown, despite the fact that those colors just look so, so bad together. I mean, just awful. Davis, a 6-foot-4, 227 pound prospect who had […]
Via Otto's Grove
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Star Chris McCullough Out For Season With Torn ACL

Syracuse has started conference play with three straight victories, but Monday, the Orange got some unfortunate news regarding one of its best players. Star freshman forward Chris McCullough, who many pegged as a first-round NBA Draft talent, has a torn ACL in his right knee and will miss the rest of the 2014-2015 season. McCullough injured his knee on a fast break in the first half...
Via College Spun
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WHKY: North Dakota splits with Syracuse

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- North Dakota came out of winter break in non-convference action against Syracuse University. By the final buzzer on Sunday afternoon UND earned a split on the weekend.It took the first 20 minutes of Saturdays's game for North Dakota to work out the rust from break. With tired 'Cuse players on the ice, Gracen Hirshy scored the first goal of the game.During the...
Via Goon's World
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse's Chris McCullough hurt vs. FSU, will be evaluated Monday

Syracuse freshman forward Chris McCullough suffered an injury to his right knee with just under 12 minutes to go in the first half of Sunday night's 70-57 victory over Florida State. McCullough, widely regarded as one of the nation's best freshmen, landed awkwardly trying to catch a high pass from Michael Gbinije. He could put little pressure on his leg, was helped to the locker...
Via Fox Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Syracuse’s Michael Gbinije had a monster put-back dunk on Sunday

While you were probably watching the NFL, Michael Gbinije was cleaning up a miss with a big-time put back dunk as Syracuse rolled over Long Beach on Sunday. Gbinije finished the game with 24 points on 10/13 shooting and added 8 assists and 6 boards. This is Michael Gbinije’s favorite way to clean up the glass for @CuseMBB. #MustSeeACC — ACC Digital Network...
Via The Student Section
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Jim Boeheim Went On An Angry Rant After Syracuse Narrowly Beat Louisiana Tech On Sunday

Syracuse basketball struggled on Sunday afternoon in the Carrier Dome, but it still managed to squeak by Louisiana Tech, 71-69. After the game, Orange coach Jim Boeheim decided to express his frustration with how the 6-3 team has performed so far this season. Boeheim went on a 2 and 1/2 minute long rant about how poorly Syracuse is playing right now. Check it out: Boeheim said...
Via College Spun
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Le Moyne College Printing Shirts To Celebrate 5 Year Anniversary Of Exhibition Win Over Syracuse

Five years ago, at the beginning of the college basketball season, the Le Moyne College Dolphins, a Division II program at a school of just over 3,500 students, went to the Carrier Dome and beat the Syracuse Orange in an exhibition game 82-79. At this point, that game is a funny footnote for a Syracuse team that went 30-5, won the Big East regular season, and earned a No. 1 seed...
Via College Spun
November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

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