1. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Moments You Shouldn't Mention to an Orange Fan

    Being a fan of Syracuse basketball has its perks. Coach Jim Boeheim perennially fields a formidable squad that has won 20-plus games a year in arguably the toughest conference in the history of college basketball: the late Big East...

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  2. Syracuse Basketball: Predicting Who Will Lead Orange in Each Stat Category

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team will have a much different look for the 2013-14 season with the departure of Brandon Triche , James Southerland and Michael Carter-Williams, the latter going to the Philadelphia 76ers as a lottery pick...

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  3. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Biggest Takeaways from Orange's Offseason So Far

    It’s June, and the NBA and NHL playoffs are almost gone which means there will be nothing but baseball until the NFL preseason starts...

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  4. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Biggest Reasons to Buy Orange as a 2014 Contender

    How early is it permissible to speculate on the Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team’s chances for another run at the Final Four? Let’s go with now...

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  5. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Early Storylines from Orange's 2014 Recruiting Trail

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team will play its first year in the ACC without three of its four best players from last season...

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  6. Syracuse Basketball: Breaking Down Michael Carter-Williams' NBA Potential

    Syracuse sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams announced on April 10 that he will enter the 2013 NBA draft, forgoing his remaining two years of eligibility...

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  7. Syracuse Basketball: What 2013 Final Four Means for Jim Boeheim's Legacy

    Jim Boeheim is happy. It seems to be a rare occasion this year, but the stalwart Syracuse Orange head coach was all smiles after his squad defeated Marquette, 55-39 , to advance the Final Four in Atlanta...

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  8. Syracuse vs. Marquette: 5 Keys for Orange to Prevail in Elite Eight Showdown

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team is still alive after defeating the No. 1 seed Indiana Hoosiers 61-50 to advance to the Elite Eight. The Orange will face off against one of their conference foes, the Marquette Golden Eagles, at 4:30 p...

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  9. Syracuse Basketball: Orange's Easiest Road to Winning the 2013 NCAA Title

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team is back in the Sweet 16 after an up-and-down year that caused some in the media to call for the Orange’s ouster in the round of 64 against the Montana Grizzlies...

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  10. Syracuse vs. Cal: Why Brandon Triche Is Orange's Key to Deep NCAA Tourney Run

    Syracuse guard Brandon Triche must have a great memory… …or a short one. After No. 4 seed Syracuse’s round of 64 drubbing of No...

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  11. New Jersey Devils Announce Return of Martin Brodeur

    After a month away from the ice, the NHL ’s winningest goalie of all time will return to the net. The New Jersey Devils officially announced (per the team's website) ...

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  12. Timing Is Questionable of Unnamed Sources in Alleged Syracuse Investigation

    CBS Sports is reporting that the Syracuse men’s basketball team has been under investigation for years...

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  13. What Experts Say About Syracuse's 2013 NCAA Tournament Chances

    The Syracuse Orange grabbed a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament and earned a date with the No. 13 seed Montana Grizzlies on Thursday night...

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  14. 5 Teams That Could Give Syracuse Trouble in East Region of 2013 NCAA Tournament

    After a roller coaster season of highs and lows, the Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team finds itself on the cusp of the NCAA Tournament with a No. 4 seed. Syracuse (26-9, 11-7 Big East) could have been seeded as high as No...

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  15. Syracuse Basketball: Why James Southerland Is Orange's Key to Postseason Success

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team finally figured out the recipe for success in its win over Seton Hall in the second round of the Big East Tournament. Get James Southerland the ball...

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  16. Syracuse Basketball: Projecting the NCAA Tournament Seeding for the Orange

    In the final Big East game ever played in the Carrier Dome, the No. 16 Syracuse Orange defeated the DePaul Blue Demons 78-57 ...

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  17. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Biggest Questions Orange Face as March Heats Up

    When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade. When life hands you the Orange, you make room for some postgame festivities. After dropping three games in a row, No. 16 Syracuse is giving opponents no reason to think otherwise...

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  18. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Things Orange Must Prove Before Big East Tournament

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team is in a tailspin. After starting the season 18-1, the No. 12 Orange have lost five of their last nine, with No. 10 Louisville and No...

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  19. Syracuse Baketball: Orange Need These Quick Fixes to Regain Big East Crown

    The Syracuse Orange are at the end of the road. Saturday’s abysmal 57-46 loss against the No. 11 Georgetown Hoyas marked the end of the No. 8 Orange’s 38-game home winning streak, which was the longest such streak in Division I...

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  20. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Keys Avoiding an Upset Against Providence

    The No. 8 Syracuse Orange have a date on Wednesday with the suddenly-hot Providence Friars. The Friars (14-11, 6-7 Big East) came into the Big East season with losses to Boston ...

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  21. Syracuse Basketball: 10 Things We Learned from the Win Over St. John's

    The Syracuse Orange , fueled by the return of senior James Southerland, beat the St. John’s Red Storm 77-58 at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse on Sunday afternoon...

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  22. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Improvements Orange Must Make Before NCAA Tournament

    The Syracuse men’s basketball team has nine games left in the regular season before it plays in its final Big East Tournament and then, the NCAA tournament. The No...

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  23. Syracuse Basketball: Midseason Report Card for the Orange

    The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team is at the halfway point of its grueling conference schedule after beating Notre Dame 63-47 at the Carrier Dome. The No...

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  24. Syracuse Basketball: Carmelo Anthony and the 10 Best Freshmen in Orange History

    I’ve never been a fan of these all-time lists, because most people who write them have little to no first-hand knowledge of how well a player performed in his day...

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  25. A-Rod and Lance Armstrong: Cheaters and the Acceptance of Bad Behavior

    Lance Armstrong, shamed ex-Tour de France winner and all-around snake, is on a public relations campaign to save what is left of his name...

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