1. Syracuse Offers to Another 4-Star Recruit: Receiver Ryan Davis

    Last week, Syracuse offered a football scholarship to 4-star offensive lineman Gabe Megginson from Jacksonville, Illinois. This week the team offered one to 5'8',' 161-pound Ryan Davis, a 4-star wide receiver from St...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 4 months ago 56 reads 0 comments

  2. Looking at Possible Offensive Line Combinations for Syracuse Football

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse has had to improvise up front for most of the spring. Only two starters from last year's unit are practicing, and left tackle Sean Hickey is the only one manning the same post...

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  3. Lynch: We're Banged Up but We'll Be Fine

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Twelve practices down, and that means only three more before Syracuse closes the book on spring practice.....

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  4. Syracuse Football Coach Scott Shafer Has an Early Goal for 2014: 8 Wins

    Syracuse, N.Y. — The first look at Scott Shafer's second team as Syracuse head coach comes in just nine days at the annual spring scrimmage...

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  5. Q with Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt

    After a rocky start to the 2013 season, Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt wrapped up his first year as the starter with come-from-behind wins against Boston College and Minnesota...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 4 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  6. Orange Add Punter/kicker Evan Jakubowski to 2014 Class

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse was in the market for another kicking specialist when back-up punter Jonathan Fisher left the team this offseason.....

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  7. Adjustments Key to Syracuse Football Success in 2014-15

    The Syracuse offense came alive the last two games of the season last year as Terrel Hunt finally looked comfortable as the quarterback of the Orange. However, for much of the season, the offense looked lost...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 4 months ago 43 reads 0 comments

  8. What to Expect from the TEs in Year 2 of George McDonald's Offense

    Syracuse, N.Y. — It had been the norm under former offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett for a Syracuse tight end to haul in 30 catches in a season...

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  9. 3-Star Recruit Jazzee Stocker Visits Syracuse

    Still looking for its first commitment in the 2015 class, the Orange hosted 3-star Safety Jazzee “Jay” Stocker over the weekend.....

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  10. Former Syracuse Commit Who Flipped to Penn State Charged with DUI

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Jason Cabinda, who at one time had been verbally committed to Syracuse, was charged with driving under the influence on March 23, according to a report by nj...

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  11. Hodge a Natural Fit at MLB

    Syracuse, N.Y. — The signs were apparent last year, when Marqez Hodge was only a freshman and gracefully sliding sideline-to-sideline yet delivering punishing blows at the point of attack...

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  12. Syracuse Football and Colgate to Meet at Carrier Dome in 2016

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse and Colgate will resume its one-time football rivalry in 2016 when the Raiders make the 40-mile trip west to the Carrier Dome...

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  13. What to Expect in Year 2 of Hackett Offense

    Syracuse, N.Y. — It had been the norm under former offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett for a Syracuse tight end to haul in 30 catches in a season...

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  14. Syracuse Works to Develop DT Depth

    Syracuse has major depth concerns at defensive tackle. So the coaching staff has gotten creative this spring...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 15 reads 0 comments

  15. SU Unwilling to Anoint Him, but Hunt Acting Every Bit Like Assured Starter

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer has declared starting quarterback an open competition.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  16. Football: Miller Picks Up Offer from Orangemen

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  17. Scott Shafer May Have to Get Creative for the Spring Game

    The Syracuse University football team is halfway through spring practice as they have completed seven of 15 NCAA-allotted practices.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 7 reads 0 comments

  18. Photo: Syracuse Football Using New York State-Shaped Recruiting Letters

    The battle to be considered the most popular collegiate athletics program in both New York state and New York City is far from over, and Syracuse University is still using doing its ...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 5 months ago 40 reads 0 comments

  19. Simmons' Secret to Overcoming Injury? 'Tao Te Ching,' Juicing and Yoga

    Syracuse, N.Y. — It was around this time last year when Don Simmons was driving home after picking up his youngest son from middle school...

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  20. Ishmael, Desir to Reunite on Field, Each Fighting for Key Roles in 2014

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Steve Ishmael is "like a little buddy" to Ritchy Desir, but when the two reunite on the football field later this summer, they will temporarily set aside any goodwill as each tries to lock down contributing roles for Syracuse...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  21. Recruits That Could See Action Next Season

    Scott Shafer's first official recruiting class has a lot of potential and includes players that could realistically see playing time during their freshman season...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 41 reads 0 comments

  22. 3-Star Safety, Plans to Visit Campus This Weekend

    Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse's in-person recruiting contact is currently limited to on-campus visits, per NCAA rules, but the school is set to host a top-rated safety from southeastern Pennsylvania this weekend...

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  23. Ameen-Moore 'Dragging Guys Down the Field'

    Syracuse hit the practice field in full pads Tuesday afternoon and spent about 20 minutes in a split-squad scrimmage. It was the first practice of the spring involving live hitting...

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  24. Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt's Advice to A.J. Long: 'Put Your Ego Under Wraps'

    A.J. Long's eagerness to lead the Syracuse football team made him the verbal leader of Syracuse's incoming freshman class and a fan favorite before he stepped on campus.....

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 5 months ago 37 reads 0 comments

  25. Spruill Shows off Versatility, Doesn't Feel Snubbed by No Combine Invite

    In any other year, there would be a strong chance linebacker Marquis Spruill would head to Indianapolis to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 5 months ago 16 reads 0 comments