Syracuse Football Officially Debuts New Uniforms, LSU Series: What You Need to Know

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU football news via Nike SU football had a big announcement to make yesterday and really gave no advance notice on what it would be, other than the fact that it would be made at 2:45 pm at Destiny USA mall. A few hours later, we know now that the Orange unveiled a new set of uniforms and announced a home-and-home series with LSU. The...
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April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Great Expectations: Where to See Improvements for Syracuse’s April 19 Spring Game

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU football news via Roger Barone In his first year manning the sidelines for the Orange, Scott Shafer did something that is not easy to do: he took a group of young guys, including a first-year quarterback—all of whom were playing in a new conference—and took them to a Texas Bowl victory. After dropping the first two games of the...
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April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Syracuse Links: Jerami Grant Suspension Explained

Find out the details behind Jerami Grant's suspension as well as the way that Charley Loeb might be sticking around Syracuse after this season... Syracuse hopes to keep Charley Loeb as graduate assistant next season, Scott Shafer says | "He's also decided that he thinks he wants to coach football," Shafer said on his weekly teleconference. "And...
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November 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Charley Loeb talks Quarterbacks, Coaching Differences with the Fizz

Charley Loeb was put in a tough situation this year. After three seasons as Ryan Nassib’s backup, it looked like Loeb could get his shot to run the team. As it turns out, he lost out to both Drew Allen and Terrel Hunt. But Loeb says the competition was tough, and in the end, everyone made out for the best. This year, Loeb has taken on more of a coaching role on the sidelines, relaying...
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October 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Codeword Quarterback: Why Shafer Doesn’t Want to Name a Starter Until PSU

Since Ryan Nassib took his last snaps in the Pinstripe Bowl, the Orange has been looking for a new starting quarterback. The summer started with four options, which has since been whittled down to three with John Kinder making the move to wide receiver. Put Charley Loeb behind Terrell Hunt and Drew Allen, and that is where the competition stands right now. Hunt came out of the...
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August 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Trying to Get On the Field: Syracuse QB John Kinder Offers Switch to WR

College: four years to explore oneself in a variety of ways. It is the time for someone to find out who they really are, and what their long term plans are. Students do this in the classroom, and on the gridiron. Former Syracuse quarterback John Kinder is trying a new position. He’s officially moving to wide receiver, where he will catch passes rather than throw them. The quarterback...
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August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Syracuse's Scott Shafer ready for that first camp

Syracuse's Scott Shafer kept his comments brief as he contemplated the start of his first preseason camp as a head coach. Maybe because he has a lot on his plate. ''Nothing's changed, other than we've got a bunch of new faces out there,'' Shafer said Sunday. ''Nothing's changed as far as who are going to be our players. We just haven't...
Via Fox Sports
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Fizz Five: The Top Reasons Terrel Hunt Has the Inside Track at QB for Syracuse

With Ryan Nassib now a member of the New York Giants, the leader under center for Syracuse is an unknown. Scott Shafer continues to watch Terrel Hunt, Charley Loeb and John Kinder compete for the starting role, but Oklahoma transfer Drew Allen still awaits his opportunity. George McDonald has talent to work with in Hunt, Loeb, and Kinder. Many think once Allen is on campus he...
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May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Fizz Four: A Quartet of Syracuse Players Talk the Summer’s Biggest Storylines

Although there won’t be another SU football game inside the Carrier Dome for another five months, the Spring Game provided Orange Nation a final glimpse into what to expect this fall. Terrel Hunt shined in his debut, Prince-Tyson Gulley erased his signature dreadlocks, and Scott Shafer enjoyed every moment with the Syracuse fans. We take the Fizz Fam under the Fizz Microscope...
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April 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Spring Game Sights: Could Syracuse’s QB Race Come Down to Hunt vs. Allen?

It’s a season of change for Syracuse football. Scott Shafer takes over as head coach, SU moves from the Big East to the ACC, and yesterday’s Spring Game underscored the ever-changing race at quarterback. Right now the three main combatants are Charley Loeb (Ryan Nassib’s backup the last three years), Terrel Hunt, and John Kinder. The Orange also has Oklahoma transfer Drew...
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April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

QB Quandary: Who Has Syracuse’s Inside Track Under Center This Spring? Spring football is finally upon us, and it’s time to play a game Orange Nation has not had to worry about over the last few seasons: Name That Quarterback. Three seniors and a junior will be battling until Syracuse opens up against Penn State inside Metlife Stadium in August. For now, let’s throw out the incoming freshman as competitors for the slot. What will Scott...
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April 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Loeb focused in on winning Syracuse QB job

Syracuse quarterback Charley Loeb is a self-described football junkie. That explains why he knows all about Todd Philcox, the Orange starting quarterback two years before Loeb was born. ''I know he got drafted in the NFL and played well as a backup for a number of years,'' said Loeb, who redshirted his freshman year at Syracuse when Greg Paulus was the starter. ...
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April 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Is SU’s Next Starting QB Drew Allen? The ex-Sooner Could Be in the Mix

A heartbreaking weekend in Atlanta will leave a sour taste in the mouth of Orange Nation who was looking forward to cutting down the nets. The loss means SU now turns its attention to Spring Football, and a hopeful commitment from ex-Oklahoma QB Drew Allen. The former Sooner was frustrated at OU. He was Landry Jones’ back up for most of his career, and now highly touted Blake Bell...
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April 09, 2013  |  Discuss

3 For The Road: Estime’s Coach, QB Wilson & John Miller Talk NSD with Fizz

Delray Beach (FL) wide receiver Brisly Estime was the final member of the 2013 class to officially sign with the Orange. And he’s the perfect representation of how Scott Shafer and Co. pieced the class together. He wasn’t even on the radar for SU as of early January, but has tremendous speed and athleticism. This class didn’t follow the New York’s College Team mantra. There...
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February 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Gut Punch: Zach Allen Flips to TCU, Will More Syracuse Recruits De-Commit?

Syracuse’s most impressive offseason leader, quarterback Zach Allen, has changed his verbal commitment to TCU. The Texan originally commit to the Orange back in May, and had remained one of SU’s most vocal supporters since then. But his interest waned in the days following Doug Marrone’s departure, and now he’s the recruit officially de-commit because of the coaching change...
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January 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Broyld is Only QB in Class of ’12, Is He Syracuse’s Best Hope for Nassib’s Successor?

Ashton Broyld is finally on the Syracuse football roster, after a controversial incident his senior year in high school and a year at Milford Academy. The biggest question surrounding Broyld in the past was always if he could get his academic and behavioral issues straightened out enough to ever make it to the Hill. To his credit, he has done that and officially been added to the...
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January 24, 2012  |  Discuss
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