1. Floyd Little Could Finally Be Heading to Canton

    “The Franchise,” Floyd Little, lived up to his nickname over the course of his career producing big numbers as one of the premier running backs in football...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about over 5 years ago 250 reads 1 comments

  2. Just Win Baby: Why Greg Paulus Is The Man For The Job in Syracuse

    By now any Orange fan not living under a rock has felt the buzz that currently surrounds the Syracuse University football program...

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  3. Breaking: Greg Paulus Named Starting Quarterback for Syracuse Orange

    As per SUAthletics.com, Doug Marrone has named his starting quarterback. In a surprise move (to me at least), former Duke point guard Greg Paulus has been pegged as the starting quarterback in Syracuse...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about over 5 years ago 1,008 reads 9 comments

  4. Syracuse Football Living on the Edge: Why Defensive Depth Could Hurt the Orange

    The Syracuse defense is officially walking the tightrope without a net. As is normal with any regime change in college football, a number of players have left the Syracuse football program ...

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  5. Big East Preview 2009: Top NFL Prospects and Games To Watch

    Although the Big East is not considered as deep and talented as leagues like the SEC or Big XII, college football fans will still be able to turn on a Big East game on any given week and see a number of future pros...

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  6. Getting Back To Respectability: A Look at Syracuse's Schedule

    Like a kid playing with an Etch-a-Sketch, the Syracuse Orange have shaken things up this offseason, in an effort to wipe the slate clean following the end of the Greg Robinson era...

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  7. 2009 Big East Football Preview: Is This Pitt's Year?

    The Big East conference is going to look a lot different in 2009. With the exodus of established stars like Pat White, LeSean McCoy, Donald Brown and Mike Teel to the NFL, nearly every team ...

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  8. T'Wolves Fans, Meet Jonny Flynn: A Syracuse Fan's Perspective

    As Jonny himself has said, it wasn’t until Syracuse’s six overtime win over UConn in the Big East quarterfinals this past March that he really broke onto the national scene...

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  9. Previewing The Big East: Pittsburgh Panthers

    The Pittsburgh Panthers had their most successful season of the Dave Wannstedt era in 2009, winning nine games and earning a bid to the Sun Bowl. In 2009, Pittsburgh will look to take the next step forward and win the Big East title...

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  10. Previewing The Big East: Louisville Cardinals

    With Greg Robinson’s stay in Syracuse over, Louisville head coach Steve Kragthorpe has officially planted himself on the hottest seat in the Big East...

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  11. Previewing the Big East: UConn Huskies

    Is there a coach out there that has done more with less the past few years than Randy Edsall? If you put any value in recruiting rankings, then there probably isn’t. Despite an average recruiting ranking of 65 by Scout...

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  12. Previewing the Big East: Cincinnati Bearcats

    The Bearcats had the best season in their program’s history in 2008, winning 11 games and the school’s first Big East championship...

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  13. Hope Springs Eternal: Why the Orange Could Begin Their Resurgence In 2009

    The last four years under head coach Greg Robinson have been tough for Syracuse football fans. In only a few short years they've seen their once proud program become the laughing stock of BCS ...

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