Syracuse reprimands football operations director after altercation

Syracuse has reprimanded Brad Wittke, their football operations director, after discussing the matter with the higher-ups at the ACC. Syracuse Orange athletic director John Wildhack decided that a reprimand was all that was necessary in connection to the incident. Wittke was deemed to have engaged in unsportsmanlike conduct. Following a late tackle penalty in their match against...
Via Campus Sports Net
3 hours ago

Syracuse is restocked and ready for another Final Four run

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Last year ended on a happy note for Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim - a trip to the Final Four for the fifth time in his Hall of Fame career. This season? An encore performance is on the mind. ''I'm looking forward to winning a lot,'' senior forward Tyler Roberson said. ''We want to get back to the tournament and win the national championship. That's the main goal...
Via Associated Press
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Assessing the Orange at the Bye

Coming off a 28-20 win over Boston College, the Orange enters its bye week at 4-4 on the season with its bowl window still open. But the season has been quite the rollercoaster. Despite being riddled by injuries, Syracuse has stayed afloat and needs just one more win to have a shot at the postseason. This week, SU gets some much needed rest with Clemson in its sights. After eight...
Via Orange Fizz
1 day ago

WATCH: Highlights | Syracuse vs. Boston University

Lies Lagerweij and Jen Bleakney scored for the Orange, who topped the No. 13 Terriers 2-1 to close out its road slate.
Via Syracuse Orange Athletics
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Don’t Look Now, but a Bowl is Still Doable

I bet when Syracuse left Winston-Salem soaking wet and on the wrong end of a 28-9 loss, none of you thought a bowl berth was attainable. I’ll level with you: I was about ready to write the season off, as well. It was such a perfect storm (excuse the pun) to smack the Orange that […]
Via Otto's Grove
1 day ago

WATCH: Orange Madness Visual Recap

Take a unique look back at Orange Madness 2016, Syracuse men's and women's basketball teams' celebration of their Final Four runs and the beginning of the new season.
Via Syracuse Orange Athletics
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Syracuse vs. Boston College Football Highlights (2016)

Syracuse vs. Boston College: The Orange traveled to Chesnut Hill and took down the Eagles, 28-20. Cuse QB Eric Dungey totaled 484 yards and WR Amba Etta-Tawo went over 1,000 receiving yards on the season in the victory.
Via ACC Digital Network
2 days ago

WATCH: Syracuse vs. Clemson Men's Soccer Highlights (2016)

Syracuse vs. Clemson: In a top 10 matchup, the #6 Orange went on the road and drew 0-0 with the #8 Tigers. Syracuse goalie Hendrik Hilpert made 2 saves to capture his 9th shutout of the season, while Clemson keeper Ximo Miralles recorded 2 saves for his 7th shutout this year.
Via ACC Digital Network
2 days ago

Boston College Football Fans Looking For Homecoming Victory Over Syracuse

The Boston College Eagles could earn their first ACC victory Saturday against the Syracuse Orange.’s Courtney Cox previews the matchup, and handed out some ’47 gear to the most dedicated BC Eagles fans.Filed under: '47 Fan Tailgate Fashion, Boston College, College Football, Courtney Cox, Keely Flanagan, Top Stories
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Orange Receive Final Four Rings

Syracuse men's basketball's Tyler Lydon and women's basketball's Alexis Peterson discuss receiving their Final Four rings at Orange Madness.
Via Syracuse Orange Athletics
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Eric Devendorf Returns to 'Cuse

Former Syracuse guard Eric Devendorf returns to his alma mater for a new role with the men's basketball program. He chats with Cuse TV at Orange Madness at the Carrier Dome.
Via Syracuse Orange Athletics
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Highlights | Orange Madness

Orange Madness Highlights
Via Syracuse Orange Athletics
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has a sudden wealth of depth

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Last season, the Syracuse Orange had to sweat out Selection Sunday, then shocked the college basketball world by advancing to the Final Four. This season, despite Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim's attempt to tamp down expectations at his team's media day Friday, going that far in the NCAA Tournament wouldn't be that big of a shock. ''I think it's very hard...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Trey Dunkelberger Leaving Syracuse

Sometimes, timing is everything. That proved to be the case with Trey Dunkelberger, the Syracuse tight end who came in as a junior college transfer and was thought to be in line for a big role with the Orange under head coach Scott Shafer. But Bobby Acosta, who had been Dunkelberger’s biggest advocate, moved from […]
Via Otto's Grove
4 days ago

Welcome to the ’16-17 Syracuse Basketball “Eff You” Tour

I’m angry. As a Syracuse fan, you should be angry, too, on behalf of our program, our players, and most importantly, our Hall of Fame head coach, Jim Boeheim. There’s a famous line from The Godfather about how “this is business, not personal.” Well, right now it’s very personal. And the NCAA is the organization who […]
Via Otto's Grove
5 days ago

Key to Syracuse vs. Boston College: Run-Pass Ratio

Boston College hasn’t won a game against an ACC opponent in more than two years, but the Eagles are favored by 4.5 points in their game against Syracuse on Saturday. BC isn’t a cupcake, by any means — Steve Addazio’s squad is 3-3 this season — but it is an extraordinarily unbalanced team that features a strong unit on one side of the ball and a laughable group on the other...
Via Orange Fizz
5 days ago

Elite ’18 Prospect Naz Reid to Attend Orange Madness

We’re still waiting for the first class of 2017 pledge for the Syracuse basketball program, and there’s a chance one might come this weekend as Jim Boeheim and his staff take part in Orange Madness. But it won’t just be 2017 recruits taking in the action. One of the most coveted players in the class […]
Via Otto's Grove
5 days ago

Quade Green Would be A Huge Get for Syracuse Basketball

Syracuse fans’ excitement is building in a crescendo for the upcoming basketball season, as the Orange look poised to be a legitimate force in the ACC. However, looking ahead, there are question marks surrounding the 2017-18 season as Syracuse is still waiting to land its first commit in the 2017 recruiting cycle after they missed out on Brandon Randolph. That domino might fall...
Via Orange Fizz
6 days ago

Bourama Sidibe Set to Visit Syracuse

While most Syracuse basketball fans are familiar with names like Mo Bamba and Nick Richards when it comes to 2017 center recruiting, Bourama Sidibe may be a little farther off their radar. But the 6-foot-10 big man from St. Benedict’s (NJ) is most definitely on the Orange coaching staff’s radar, and will be making a […]
Via Otto's Grove
7 days ago

Syracuse University is tired of its horrible 36-year-old naming rights deal

When Syracuse University opened its brand new indoor football and basketball stadium in 1980, it opened with the name “Carrier Dome” after the Carrier Corporation. At the time, the naming rights deal may have looked smart. 36 years later, it’s one of the worst in sports history. The Carrier Corporation is a heating-and-cooling company that used to be a massive company in Syracuse...
Via The Comeback
27 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every member of the Syracuse Orangemen to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft

Since 1957, the Syracuse Orangemen have sent 20 players to the pros in the first round of the NFL draft. How many can you name? Clue: Year-Draft Number-Position-Team Note: Two players share the same last name, therefore first and last names are required for those correct answers.
September 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Louisville's Lamar Jackson goes all track and field on this defender

Few players in college football are playing at as high a level as Lamar Jackson, and we mean that very literally. The Louisville quarterback tallied an incredible eight total touchdowns in the Cardinals’ season opener last weekend, and he picked up right where he left off Friday night against Syracuse, accounting for four touchdowns (one passing, three rushing) in the first quarter...
September 10, 2016  |  Discuss

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