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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...
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With SU’s spring game just five days away, the story lines really start to heat up for Orange football. The Fizz caught up with CuseNation.com’s Mike McAllister on Orange Fizz Radio over the weekend to preview Syracuse’s biggest day of the spring season.
Rather than exploring the playmaker position...
“Posterizing” doesn’t seem to be going away here any time soon. We’e seen South Carolina’s student-athletes do it, Oregon’s Pit Crew do it, and now, a few of the Syracuse football team members are getting in on the action. Orange DE Rob Welsh struck first on his teammate, Rob Trudo, yesterday after practice.
Somehow, we doubt that this is where things will end…
Syracuse guard Rob Trudo was one of the key cogs in the resurgent Orange rushing attack in 2012. This season, he is relied upon to be a consistent performer up front. As he continues to work on his craft, Trudo remains as confident as ever in his abilities and Syracuse's potential going forward.
Last year, Syracuse's veteran-led offensive line was a direct contributor to the team's high-powered offensive attack. With Justin Pugh, Zach Chibane and Macky MacPherson manning the line, the Orange racked up over six yards per play as the Big East's best total offense (in terms of yards per game).
But in 2013, a lot's changed. With Pugh and Chibane gone and SU in...
A few games into the season, Rob Trudo replaced Ivan Foy in the starting lineup. Since then, the Syracuse rushing attack has continued to improve. CuseNation.com spoke with Trudo about how he’s adjusting as a redshirt freshman, and how the Orange can correct penalties going forward.
Rob Trudo is healed after a tough spring and he's ready to contribute at Syracuse in 2012 no matter which position he lines up at on the offensive line. Find out his thoughts heading into fall camp inside.
Syracuse football center Rob Trudo will miss 2012 Spring football practice due to a lower body injury that will require surgery. His status for the 2012 season will be evaluated throughout the rehabilitation process and announced prior to the start of pre-season camp. Trudo did not play in any games in his first season with the Orange in 2011.