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Recent Articles from “Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician”

  • Boeheim's Army Squares Off July 18 in Philly, First-Round Matchups Announced July 1, 2015
    Boeheim's Army has announced its final roster and will play its first game in Philly on July 18. The final roster for The Basketball Tournament (TBT) is set for Boeheim's Army. Lawrence Moten (The Big East's all-time leading scorer) and Demetris Nichols will be the last two additions to the team. Former Syracuse and Marist guard Louie McCroske […]
    James Szuba
  • #SaveCuseVape: No Smoking on SU Campus, Smoke in the Dome 'Til 2017 July 1, 2015
    Don't smoke if you got'm. I can't wait to see what the good people at Im Shmacked have to say about this. Starting today, smoking is banned across Syracuse University. That includes the entire campus, Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center, Drumlins and Syracuse Stage. It means no tobacco and no e-cigarettes and don't even think […]
    Sean Keeley
  • 'If You Put A Dog In A Shiny Helmet, He’s Still A Dog' July 1, 2015
    SI's Andy Staples digs into the big business of #BRAND in college football and comes away with the obvious's not the point. When new Syracuse Orange Athletic Director Mark Coyle sat down with Bud Poliquin to talk about his plans for Syracuse Athletics, he admitted that he was kinda surprised to hear about just how much branding SU had be […]
    Sean Keeley
  • What is Syracuse Football's #BRAND, And What Should It Be? July 1, 2015's Andy Staples brought up an interesting question today; we dive in a bit more. Under former athletic director DOCTOR Daryl Gross, Syracuse fans were very familiar with the concept of #BRAND. Not the successful execution of it, mind you. Or the actual, tangible results, either. But we knew that #BRAND had to be the "most important part" […]
    John Cassillo
  • Get To Know Your Orange Man - #69, LS Keith Mitsuuchi July 1, 2015
    Everyone's favorite returning long snapper is back for another go-around! Name: Keith Mitsuuchi Position: Long Snapper Class: Senior Height: 5-10 Weight: 226 Hometown: Torrance, Calif. High School: South Torrance High School/Los Angeles Harbor College 2014 Season: Keith didn't get to see the field, playing behind your former favorite long snapper, […]
    John Cassillo

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