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Back to the Drawing Board for Shafer, Orange

Scott Shafer’s second season at the helm of the Orange has officially come to an end.   Syracuse fell to Boston College 28-7 in the season finale on Saturday at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill.With the loss, the Orange finishes the season at 3-9, the worst since 2008. The biggest problem for Syracuse this season was the offense and the inability to move the ball down the field...
Via Orange Fizz
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Dontae Strickland Should Play As True Freshman Next Year

It’s time for Scott Shafer to consider making a true freshman the centerpiece of the 2015 offense. New Jersey running back and Syracuse commit Dontae Strickland once again led his South Brunswick team to a playoff victory Friday. The running back caught a 20-yard touchdown pass and rushed for 85 yards on just ten carries in his team’s 33-0 semifinal win over Trenton. The Vikings...
Via Orange Fizz
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Quick Look at the Syracuse Orange

It sounds odd to say a team that’s 4-1 is in a must-win game the first weekend in October, but I believe that is what Louisville faces tonight against Syracuse (2-2). The Cards are still searching for answers on offense and they will need to find them quick as they embark on the toughest part of their inaugural ACC schedule. After Syracuse, the Cards will run the gauntlet of at...
Via StraitPinkie.com
October 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Wake Up! Syracuse Needs Answers From Its Backfield

Courtesy: Syracuse.com There has been a lot of questions asked about the Syracuse running backs. Who would step up as the second guy behind Prince Tyson Gulley? Could Adonis Ameen-Moore make an impact after getting virtually no playing time last year? We needs more answers, but look to this weekend for even more separation. The Orange admitted this past week they overlooked Nova...
Via Orange Fizz
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Orange Optimism: Syracuse Hopes Backfield Jumpstarts Offense vs. CMU

media.philly.com Syracuse had plenty of bad problems Friday night against Nova, but it also actually has a good problem as well. Syracuse has depth at the running back position. We mentioned in the offseason how even with the departure of Jerome Smith, the Orange has a veteran in Prince-Tyson Gulley to step in. Add in Hunt’s legs, Devante McFarlane, George Morris III and Adonis...
Via Orange Fizz
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Festive Offense: Shafer Praises SU’s Fast-Paced Attack and Wideouts

Follow the Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU football news via syracuse.com Syracuse football’s offense closed the 2013 season red-hot with a scorching scoring attack. Many returning starters and promising fresh faces have already reignited Orange Nation based on eye-popping highlights from Syracuse’s “Fan Fest” at SU Soccer Stadium over the weekend. Scott Shafer recapped...
Via Orange Fizz
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Syracuse’s Positions with Most Depth

Follow the Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU football news Earlier in the week, the Fizz examined some position battles. With three weeks until the start of the season, the Orange has positions that are still up in the air, but there are others that are 100% decided upon, and very deep. Running Backs: With a level of uncertainty still surrounding the passing game, the ground attack...
Via Orange Fizz
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Syracuse Football Practice Catch-Up: QBs & RBs Finding Their Roles

Let's get caught up with all the interesting nuggets of interest that have popped up over the last couple days in 2014 Syracuse Orange football camp... Coach Shafer The podium survived Day Four and Coach Shafer seemed to be in a better mood following practice. We did learn that Shafer likes to refer to Eric Crume as "Crumey," so, that's something. QB Who is Syracuse's No. 2 QB...
Via SCACC Hoops
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Rapid Reaction: Syracuse Football’s Training Camp Depth Charts

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for all pre-season coverage of SU Football’s 2014 Season. via fansided Believe it or not, training camp is right around the corner for SU Football. Syracuse’s leaders for the upcoming 2014 season were at the ACC Football Kickoff on Sunday in Greensboro, NC. Senior standouts OT Sean Hickey and LB Cameron Lynch represented the Orange. The kickoff event...
Via Orange Fizz
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Can Quinta Funderburk and Adonis Ameen-Moore Be Impact Players for Syracuse?

via MSN So far, the careers of senior Adonis Ameen-Moore and redshirt junior Quinta Funderburk have not met expectations. Both players were highly touted recruits out of high school. Ameen-Moore was a second team All-America selection for Rivals.com and Funderburk was recruited by Florida and Michigan before deciding to play at Arkansas. He transferred to SU when the details of the...
Via Orange Fizz
April 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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