1. Greg Paulus Update: Goodman Refutes Earlier Reports

    Earlier today, various reports stated that former Syracuse quarterback and Duke point guard has signed a contract as an undrafted free agent with the New Orleans Saints...

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  2. Greg Paulus Keeps NFL Aspirations Alive, Signs with New Orleans Saints

    The New Orleans Saints have reportedly offered Syracuse quarterback Greg Paulus a contract as an undrafted free agent after the former Duke basketball standout impressed the club in workouts...

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  3. 2010 S.O.B. Awards: Worst Moments of the Syracuse Basketball Season

    I now have the honor of giving out one of the more downtrodden awards of the 2010 "Syracuse Orange Blogger" Awards: Worst Moments of the Season. In a season where Syracuse shocked the nation, achieved a No...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about over 4 years ago 429 reads 0 comments

  4. 2010 S.O.B. Awards- Most Surprising Player Award

    Following the past few Syracuse basketball seasons, the network of Syracuse blogs has handed out a set of awards for various accomplishments by our players, coaches and fans, called the "Syracuse Orange Blogger" Awards or "S...

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  5. Syracuse Spring Football Practice Report, Day Three

    In the shadow of Syracuse basketball's upset loss to No. 5 seed Butler last night, another Orange team ran out to the practice fields in frigid 25° weather. The whipping winds slowed the offense a bit this afternoon, allowing the defense to shine..

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  6. Syracuse Spring Football Practice Report, Day 2

    While most of Syracuse University's campus is mentally entrenched in the Orange's current run through this years NCAA Tournament, another major sport took the field on this windy Central New York afternoon...

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  7. A Clockwork Orange: Three Days in the Carrier Dome

    The Hype When this season’s college basketball schedule was released in the summer, Orange fans everywhere highlighted one game in particular: On February 27, 2010, the Orange would take on preseason Big East favorites Villanova, who were ranked No

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  8. On The Orange Horizon: Trevor Cooney Gives Orange a Top Backcourt In '11 Class

    Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University have received a verbal commitment from Delaware Guard Trevor Cooney. Cooney, the No. 9 Shooting Guard and No. 44 overall prospect for the 2011 class (according to Scout...

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  9. ESPN Reporting Urban Meyer Stepping Down From Florida

    During their broadcast of Pittsburgh vs. UNC in the Meineke Car Care Bowl, ESPN has just reported that University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has announced that head football coach Urban Meyer will be stepping down from the position...

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  10. Floor Generals: Syracuse Point Guard Tandem Leads Orange to Undefeated Start

    Following last season's impressive postseason run, including the legendary six-overtime win against UConn in the Big East Tournament and a Sweet 16 finish, many had Syracuse at the top of their ...

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  11. More Than a Gunner: Andy Rautins' Floor Game Leads Undefeated Syracuse Orange

    As the clock winds down to 3:41 at Madison Square Garden, the droves of delighted Orange fans and awestruck Carolina faithful are greeted with a very familiar sight...

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  12. Syracuse's 2010 Class Shows a Return to Recruiting Roots

    Doug Marrone is not the first football coach to attempt to rejuvenate a once-proud Syracuse program.   In 1981, a man named Dick MacPherson became the head coach at Syracuse University, after a disappointing six-year tenure by Frank Maloney...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about over 4 years ago 1,347 reads 2 comments

  13. Hometown Hero: Greg Paulus' Lasting Effect on the Syracuse Orange

    No one was surprised when future NFL defensive lineman Arthur Jones received a standing ovation from the 36,000 Orange faithful on Senior Day this past weekend against Rutgers...

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  14. Syracuse Orange Land Max Beaulieu, Three-Star Florida DE

    When Syracuse upset then-No. 25 Rutgers this weekend, many thought that it would have major recruiting ramifications for both programs...

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  15. Tobias Harris Commits To Tennessee

    Just minutes ago, the nation's No. 7 basketball prospect in the 2010 class, forward Tobias Harris of Dix Hills, NY, committed to play for Bruce Pearl and the Tennessee Volunteers...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 202 reads 2 comments

  16. Recruiting Update- Pinkston To Tennessee Means Harris Is Orange?

    According to multiple reports, Bishop Laughlin forward Jayvaughn Pinkston will sign with Bruce Pearl and the Tennessee Volunteers. This seems to affect another tight recruiting race—the highly publicized one over Long Island forward Tobias Harris...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 3,164 reads 12 comments

  17. The Mike Williams Rumor Mill

    Since yesterday's announcement that Syracuse Orange wide receiver Mike Williams quit the team, rampant speculation has permeated throughout campus as to why the team's star offensive weapon would abandon his team and possibly his first-round aspirations.

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 2,325 reads 1 comments

  18. Receiver Mike Williams Quits Syracuse Football Team

    In a recent development, reports say that head coach Doug Marrone has announced that wide receiver Mike Williams, a finalist for this year's Biletnikoff Award given to the nation's wide receiver, has quit the Syracuse football team...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 733 reads 1 comments

  19. Evaluating the Orange—Syracuse Football Midseason Report

    The Syracuse Orange have opened to a somewhat disappointing 2-4 (0-2) record in the first half of head coach Doug Marrone's inaugural season...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 400 reads 2 comments

  20. Greg Paulus or Ryan Nassib: Quarterback Controversy at Syracuse's Carrier Dome

    Syracuse's first drive against the West Virginia Mountaineer defense on Saturday opened with promise. Running backs Antwon Bailey, Delone Carter and Averin Collier had moved the ball 26 yards ...

    Dan Lyons Written by Dan Lyons about almost 5 years ago 447 reads 2 comments

  21. Syracuse-South Florida: Syracuse Defeats Orange, Bulls in Attendance

    It was not the ferocious USF D-line led by George Selvie that led the Bulls to victory in the Carrier Dome. It wasn't a litany of penalties or poor defensive play by the Orange that led to their third loss on the season and first in Big East play...

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  22. Syracuse Orange Avoids Falling into Bear Trap

    After three hard fought games to open the first season of the Doug Marrone era, Syracuse fans looked forward to a nice, easy game with the FCS University of Maine.Unfortunately, nothing comes easy for the Orange...

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  23. 5/3/09- Orange Brush Off Colgate

    Syracuse: 13 Colgate: 7 The Syracuse Orange Men's Lacrosse team ended the regular season with a bang yesterday, as they batted a two-year old monkey called "Colgate" off their back in the final game at the Dome...

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  24. 4/26/09- Professionally Orange

    Day two of the NFL Draft saw a few Orangemen fulfill their dreams of becoming professional football players at the highest level. The first player to go was FB Tony Fiammetta in the 4th round...

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  25. 4/23/09- A Scary New High School Trend

    6'11" Jeremy Tyler of San Diego (former Louisville commit) is dropping out of High School to go play out the two years until he is eligible for the NBA draft to play in Europe...

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