1. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Adjustments Orange Could Consider in 2013-14

    A double-double from C.J. Fair and five three-pointers helped Syracuse outlast the hard-pressing Minnesota Golden Gophers, 75-67 , at the Maui Invitational on Monday...

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  2. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Worrisome Signs from Orange's Start in 2013-14

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team rescued itself from the clutches of an embarrassing defeat by going on a 10-0 run to outlast St. Francis Brooklyn on Monday, November 18...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 10 months ago 4,266 reads 10 comments

  3. Syracuse Basketball: Why Oranges Fans Must Be Patient in 2013-14

    In its opening game against Cornell on November 8, the Syracuse men’s basketball team came out a little stale. The game, which the Orange won 82-60 was a tale of two halves as they overcame a 14-point deficit during the first half...

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  4. Syracuse Basketball: One Prediction for Each Orange Starter

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team struggled in its season opener against Cornell but came away with an 82-60 win on Friday night...

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  5. Syracuse Basketball: Complete Roster, Season Preview for 2013-14 Orange

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team tips off the new season with a November 8 date with Cornell at the Carrier Dome...

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  6. Syracuse Basketball: Orange's 5 Biggest Games in 2013-14 Season

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team starts the new season on November 8 against Cornell. Also on the schedule are some familiar teams such as Villanova and Pittsburgh, but with ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 11 months ago 4,164 reads 5 comments

  7. Syracuse Basketball: How 2013-14 Orange Will Fit Jim Boeheim's 2-3 Zone

    When Syracuse starts its season November 8, against Cornell, an old friend who never seems to age will be present. This friend has been seen at Syracuse games since the late ‘70s and was finally validated in 2003, according to the local gentry...

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  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: It Could Be Worse, the Bucs Could Be Winning

    The Buccaneers currently stand at 0-6, with enough turmoil to last a generation. Starting with the mishandling and subsequent release of a truculent Josh Freeman, the Buccaneers have had a bad go of it in the press...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 11 months ago 737 reads 4 comments

  9. Syracuse Basketball: Biggest Challenges for Jim Boeheim in 2013-14

    Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim went through ACC Media Day on October 16, as the new darling of the ACC press, at least until Rick Pitino gets there next season. Two day later, Boeheim went back home to the Carmelo K...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 11 months ago 2,373 reads 0 comments

  10. Syracuse Basketball: Jim Boeheim's Insight During Media Day

    October 16 was ACC media day in Charlotte, N.C., which had been preluded and followed by a bevy of coach and player interviews...

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  11. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Takeaways from Start of Orange's Practices

    Practice for the Syracuse men’s basketball team has been going on since Sept. 27 with the Orange preparing to next face Holy Family in a Nov. 1 exhibition at the Carrier Dome...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 12 months ago 3,661 reads 1 comments

  12. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Things Still on Orange's Offseason To-Do List

    In less than a month, the Syracuse Orange will start their 113th season of college basketball, yet they find themselves new kids on the block...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 12 months ago 3,245 reads 5 comments

  13. Syracuse Basketball: Factors That Will Make or Break Orange in 2013-14

    Practice has started and four exhibition games have already been played, with only two more to go before the Syracuse Orange tip off their season on Friday, November 8, against Cornell University...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 12 months ago 2,103 reads 2 comments

  14. Josh Freeman Collectible Cup Day Scheduled for Sunday's Game Against Arizona

    Josh Freeman will not be the starting quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday, and the Buccaneers reportedly may make Freeman inactive ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 17,177 reads 16 comments

  15. Josh Freeman: Super Bowl LII MVP?

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Wednesday that maligned quarterback Josh Freeman would be benched in favor of Mike Glennon , a rookie out of NC State, for this Sunday’s home game against the Arizona Cardinals ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 2,572 reads 26 comments

  16. Syracuse Basketball: Biggest Ups and Downs from 2013 Offseason so Far

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team begins its 2013-14 campaign with the official start of team practices on Friday, September 27...

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  17. Syracuse Basketball: Biggest 2013-14 Goal for Each Projected Starter

    The 2013-14 edition of the Syracuse men’s basketball program has some lofty goals for the season, highest of which is cutting down the nets in Arlington, Texas, the site of the next national championship game...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 2,945 reads 0 comments

  18. Syracuse Basketball: Why Jerami Grant Is Orange's Biggest X-Factor

    Syracuse sophomore forward Jerami Grant is already carving a name for himself in the basketball world. Being the son of Harvey Grant, nephew of Horace Grant and brother to Notre ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 2,857 reads 3 comments

  19. Syracuse Basketball Recruiting: Competition Heating Up for Isaiah Whitehead

    With just one scholarship left to offer to the class of 2014, the Syracuse University men’s basketball program seems to have one player in its sights...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 6,620 reads 12 comments

  20. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Biggest Questions About Orange's 2014 Recruiting Plans

    The 2014 Syracuse recruiting class is off to a great start with the commitments of 5-star forward Chris McCullough and 4-star guard Kaleb Joseph. However, as of today, Syracuse has only one scholarship left to offer for that season...

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  21. Syracuse Basketball: Predicting Best Orange Dunkers for 2013-14 Season

    The Syracuse 2-3 zone has been a hallmark for coach Jim Boeheim and a headache for most coaches who face the Orange. However, aside from just being a suffocating defense, the zone has a wonderful byproduct...

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  22. Syracuse Basketball Recruiting: Best-Case Scenario for Orange 2014 Class

    The Syracuse men’s basketball program has already received high praise for its commitments from the 2014 recruiting class. According to ESPN.com, Syracuse now has the No...

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  23. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Critical Keys to Winning ACC

    The entrance of Syracuse into the ACC for the upcoming 2013-14 season brings a new spotlight on the Orange program, but it also reinvigorates the receiving conference...

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  24. Syracuse Basketball: Greatest Orange Highlights from the Past Decade

    Syracuse basketball fans have enjoyed a very good period in recent times. The past decade in particular has offered a few Elite Eights, a couple Final Fours and that elusive NCAA championship they’ve been dreaming of for so long...

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  25. Syracuse Basketball: Orange Most Likely to Make All-ACC Team

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team will enter its first season in the ACC with high expectations with the return of C.J. Fair and high hopes of incoming point guard Tyler Ennis...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about 1 year ago 3,206 reads 1 comments