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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

Photo: Florida State And Syracuse Took Out Ads In Duke’s Student Paper To Congratulate Coach K

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski hit a huge milestone over the weekend, becoming the first Division 1 men’s basketball head coach to hit 1,000 career wins. Now, other ACC programs are reaching out to congratulate Coach K and his program. Both Florida State and Syracuse took out ads in Duke’s student paper: Classy move by @Cuse and @Seminoles_com. Ads in Duke school paper: pic...
Via College Spun
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Court Vision: No. 13 North Carolina heats up vs. Syracuse zone

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- No. 13 North Carolina (17-4, 7-1 ACC) won an unexpected shootout against Syracuse (14-7, 5-3) with a 93-83 final, a throwback to the days of college basketball when teams used to score points. North Carolina's 93 points against Syracuse were the most it allowed in regulation since 2009, and the 55.4% shooting was the highest against Syracuse all season. It wasn...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Jordan Tucker be Syracuse’s Next Great Wing?

Syracuse has had a lot of tremendous wing players under Jim Boeheim, including Billy Owens and Carmelo Anthony. Coach Boeheim hasn’t stopped loading up on potential difference makers to plug into his 2-3 zone and put points up in a hurry on offense, particularly with Malachi Richardson and Tyler Lydon joining the Orange next season. […]
Via Otto's Grove
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse-North Carolina Preview

North Carolina has overcome a rash of injuries while extending its winning streak, though that lack of depth could become an issue during an upcoming difficult stretch. With two of the NCAA's winningest active coaches on the sidelines, Roy Williams and his 13th-ranked Tar Heels can earn their season-high sixth straight win Monday night by dealing Jim Boeheim and visiting Syracuse...
Via AP on Fox
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

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 Bloguin Best
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

Checking in on ’16 Hoops Commit Matthew Moyer

We’re still not sure if the Syracuse basketball recruiting class of 2015 is complete yet, but it’s never too early to check in on the class of 2016, is it? Jim Boeheim already has one player ready to join the Orange in that class: Matthew Moyer, a 6-foot-8 forward from Columbus, Ohio, who spurned his […]
Via Otto's Grove
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

Jim Boeheim gets CRANKIER and CRANKIER every season

Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim is a lot like myself- he looks for things to complain about. We find fault with life just for the sake of having something to complain about. In the run-up to last year’s draft, Boeheim made some remarks about his players’ NBA Draft stock that rubbed certain people the wrong way. Jim Boeheim advocating that his own players (Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant...
Via The Sports Bank
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris McCullough’s Injury Drastically Changes Thomas Bryant Situation

A few weeks ago the Fizz took a look at what it would take scholarship wise for the Orange to land highly touted big man Thomas Bryant. The issue is that if everyone who is set to receive a basketball scholarship next season does so, Bryant will not be able to join the team because then the Orange will be over the scholarship limit. A Bryant commitment would put SU at 14 scholarships...
Via Orange Fizz
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Knocks off Wake Forest: This is When the Games Get Tougher

Four ACC games, three nail biters. The game took overtime, but Syracuse survived an 86-83 win against Wake Forest on Tuesday night. Jim Boeheim has said every conference game is a tough one and thus far, that is exactly what his team has experienced. The issue is that it is only going to get tougher. Look at the teams SU has played. Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Florida...
Via Orange Fizz
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Thomas Bryant Watch: Don’t Buy Into Kentucky and Kansas’ Late Pitches on the 5-Star Phenom

Just when we thought he was down to three schools and close to a decision, prized, Syracuse basketball recruit, center Thomas Bryant, has opened the door for two of college basketball’s national powerhouses to slide into the discussion. The five-star Huntington Prep product Bryant dropped 33 points and muscled down 14 rebounds in front of Kentucky head coach John Calipari, Saturday...
Via Orange Fizz
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse's postseason hopes rest on finding more offensive production

ATLANTA -- There was a second losing locker room, at least in tone, buried beneath a back staircase and practice gym at McCamish Pavilion on Wednesday night. Near the bottom of the stairs stood Jim Boeheim, the head coach of the Syracuse Orange who had minutes earlier went no-holds-barred in his news conference after his team scraped out a 46-45 win against host Georgia Tech, looking...
Via Fox Sports South
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Redshirt: Coleman Out for Season

It’s official. After weeks of speculation, Jim Boeheim has announced that F/C Dajuan Coleman will redshirt this year and comeback healthy next season. Coleman had a complicated procedure on his knee to repair multiple injuries last January. One year later and he is still not on the court, and is slowly making progress towards a return to the court. On the court, Coleman could have...
Via Orange Fizz
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Tale of the Tape: Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech

Going into conference play, Syracuse fans are more confused than confident. The Orange have been inconsistent in non-conference play, and hope to find its footing soon. Tomorrow’s game against Virginia Tech will kick off the Orange’s second ACC campaign, and here are the factors that will decide whether the Orange get off on the right foot: 3 Point Percentage Syracuse’s shooting...
Via Orange Fizz
27 days ago  |  Discuss

What Needs To Happen For Thomas Bryant To Come To SU?

Something needs to give if five-star center Thomas Bryant chooses Syracuse this spring. Jim Boeheim only has 13 basketball scholarships at his disposal every season. This year only ten players are on full scholarships, which means SU’s walk-ons are getting some money as well. If Bryant joins the program next year, the Orange would not have enough scholarships for every player that...
Via Orange Fizz
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Last Two: A Strong Non-Conference Finish Could Mean a Bright Beginning in Conference Play for Syracuse

The SU hoops team is just days away from beginning its ACC slate. When Jim Boeheim and company travel to Virginia Tech on January 3rd, everything has to click. That means consistency and execution are pivotal. Everyone, from Rakeem Christmas down the bench to Chinonso Obokoh, has to be ready to go for Syracuse to prove it has grit and toughnes for a tournament push. Why? Well The...
Via Orange Fizz
December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Orange Gearing Up for Tough ACC Schedule

There is a major difference between the old Big East and the current ACC, and Syracuse’s near win against Villanova could be promising as the Orange prepare for ACC play. After the Villanova game, Jim Boeheim mentioned how Chris McCullough is not physically capable of being competitive against bigger, stronger teams – ones like the Wildcats, and ones that are found in the Big...
Via Orange Fizz
December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Orange Needs To Learn To Close Out Games

Yes, the Orange lost to Villanova, 82-77, in overtime. Yes, the referees didn’t help its cause. But, Syracuse also played its best game of the year, held a 15-point lead in the second half and a 5-point lead with 17 seconds to play. This is a game the Orange has to win. Just like last week, the game slipped away from the Orange, even though it was fully in control of the game all...
Via Orange Fizz
December 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Tale of the Tape: Syracuse vs. No. 7 Villanova

Tomorrow afternoon Syracuse will have a shot at redemption. The Orange will take their 6-3 record to Villanova where an undefeated Wildcats team awaits. The battle of former Big East rivals on the national stage will give Jim Boeheim’s squad an opportunity to hush the critics and pick up the team’s first quality win of the season. However, Villanova has advantages that the Orange...
Via Orange Fizz
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

“Boeheim Presser” Fizz Five: The Per’Fesser Reveals His True Feelings for His Orange

What goes unnoticed after Syracuse barely beat Louisiana Tech of Conference USA ,71 – 69, was how PO’d head coach Jim Boeheim was at his basketball team. The head man was spitting fire Sunday following the lackadaisical victory. No chairs were thrown, don’t worry, but Boeheim was clearly furious at his team’s effort. The head man admitted he thought his 2014-2015 Orange would...
Via Orange Fizz
December 16, 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

Syracuse Basketball: Panic time?

Frustrated. That is the one word I can use to describe how I feel right now after Syracuse dropped their second straight game Saturday night, 69-57 at home to St. John’s. The loss snapped the Orange’s 55 game home non-conference winning streak. This is not the typical Syracuse team that the fans and even Coach Jim Boeheim are used to and I do have a lot of faith in this team...
Via isportsweb.com
December 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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