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Saturday, Hobart and Syracuse play each other for the one hundredth time in their history.
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It has been a whirlwind last few weeks as the 2014 team starts coming together. The staff made some headway on answering a few of the biggest questions facing the squad this year, but more won't be known until preseason practice starts in August, when the remaining freshmen and a host of injured players join the fold.
GERRY BROOME/ASSOCIATED PRESSDuke's Jabari Parker drives to the basket as Syracuse's Rakeem Christmas defends in Durham, N.C., this season.
Syracuse barely escaped with a win against NC State on the home floor at the Carrier Dome the last two times these teams have met.
SU defensiv lineman Wayne Williams has the tools. All he needs to sort out is the effort.
Putting a bow on the ACC basketball season, from worst to first. Up next is Syracuse.
Coincidentally or not, the Syracuse Orange weren't the only team known for wearing orange & blue to get new Nike uniforms on Wednesday.
Scott Shafer caught up with the media on Tuesday, just days before the Spring Game.
Syracuse Athletics' big announcement at DestinyUSA was actually a three-part announcement.
Syracuse Athletics promised a major announcement on Wednesday afternoon in DestinyUSA and they did not disappoint as they unveiled four new Syracuse Orange football uniforms for the 2014 season.
A "major announcement" to unveil at Destiny USA! What could it be ? Uniform changes seemed most obvious, but when Niko Tamurian tweeted this, ...I was a little thrown off.
If there was a ghost of Jake Crouthamel and if it had hovered over The Canyon inside Destiny USA on Wednesday afternoon, it would have made a quick pass and fluttered back to the 20th century.
John and Dan preview the Spring Football Game, say one last goodbye to Jerami Grant and of course, talk about beer.
The defensive back numbers going into Saturday's scrimmage are not ideal. It has been that way most of the spring for secondary coach Fred Reed.
Eventually, we'll get accustomed to the sound of the New Orleans Pelicans name. But for now, the Pelicans sound like a D-League team.
My Religion as Sport class had two visitors: Floyd Little and Herman Frazier, two higher ups in the Athletic Department.