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The Syracuse University basketball team started the 2013-14 season winning more games than C.J. Fair thought they would.
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We're still neck-deep in the 2013-2014 Syracuse Orange basketball season, but it never hurts to take a peak into the future to see what the future Oranges are up to.
School: Syracuse University, '96 When you started with Bonneville Phoenix: December 1, 1999 Favorite sports memory: Game 7, 2001 World Series Least-favorite sports memory: Game 1, 1988 World Series Favorite all-time athlete : Larry Bird, Don Mattingly Favorite sports movies: Hoosiers, Field of Dreams The Suns had rallied from 26 down and 20 down to ... (more)
Jim Boeheim receives an open invitation from Smithfield's Chicken 'N Bar-B-Q in Greensboro.
This trait could carry over to the tournament, which kicks off in Greensboro on Tuesday.
Syracuse Orange forward Rakeem Christmas defends against Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets center Daniel Miller during the first half of a game at the Carrier Dome.
Those two teams play today at 3:30 in the first round of the ACC Tournament in a bracket that ultimately lead to Syracuse.
Syracuse was blunt throughout its recruitment of Wayne Williams, telling him he needed to work himself into game shape and contribute this year.
C.J. Fair finished with 22 points and seven rebounds, as No. 7 Syracuse righted the ship with a 74-58 triumph over Florida State in the regular-season finale for both teams on Sunday.
Head coach Scott Shafer says Tuesday that linebacker Luke Arciniega, defensive lineman John Raymon, safety Durell Eskridge and offensive lineman Nick Robinson are out due to lower body injuries, while defensive lineman Kennedy Kodua is out with an upper body injury.
With spring practices starting next week, it's time to look at what to expect at the offensive skill positions for Syracuse.
One of the most successful coaches in Atlantic Coast Conference history, a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, a former ACC Athlete of the Year and a former ACC Basketball Player of the Year history headline the 2014 ACC Men's Basketball Legends Class announced Wednesday by Commissioner John Swofford.
This week's arbitrary rankings by coaches and media have arrived, and Syracuse falls for a third straight week -- this time to No.
"You know, I don't care if they play the tournament on the moon," he said Sunday.
Spring football practices start on March 18, and in preparation, we're previewing the team's most pressing matters.
Duke's Jabari Parker reacts following a basket against North Carolina during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Durham, N.C., Saturday, March 8, 2014.