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Recent Articles from “Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician”

  • What to Watch for at the Syracuse Spring Game on Saturday April 18, 2014
    I was going to use the title, "10 Things to Watch for at the Syracuse Spring Game". But I didn't want this to become the Buzzfeed takeover of TNIAAM. You get the point. No. 1 – What channel is it on? The game begins at 1 p.m and will be televised on Time Warner Cable Sports. I'll repeat that last bit to save our fearless leader from some […]
    Sean Farrell
  • Syracuse-Hobart Preview: Going For A Hundo April 18, 2014
    Saturday, Hobart and Syracuse play each other for the one hundredth time in their history. SU is coming off of a great four game stretch where they got wins over Notre Dame, Binghamton, Cornell, and UNC. Hobart is having a mediocre season at 4-7 but last year took down the Orange in the Dome. Syracuse is fighting to avoid a back-to-back loss to the Statesmen […]
    Jim Simmons
  • Calm Down, Guys...They're Just Uniforms April 18, 2014
    I'm going to play Devil's Advocate here. You may not like it. But you need to hear it. As Scott Shafer stepped up to the podium at Destiny USA, there was all the pomp and circumstance of a high school pep rally. The balloons, the band, the cheerleaders, the mascot – all there. The excitement was palpable. That is, except afterwards on Twitter, in t […]
    Sean Farrell
  • Syracuse Basketball: The 'Unlimited Potential' Of Chris McCullough Nears April 17, 2014
    McCullough is gearing up to play in the Jordan Brand Classic at Barclays Center in Brooklyn this Friday. After Jerami Grant made his announcement to go pro, I put together a real quick rundown of what I thought the starting line-up for next season's Syracuse Orange basketball squad might look like. I took a lot of flak for assuming Chris McCullough woul […]
    Sean Keeley
  • Syracuse Daily Links - Wayne Williams Working It Out April 17, 2014
    SU defensiv lineman Wayne Williams has the tools. All he needs to sort out is the effort. That and more in the daily links... For Syracuse defensive tackle Wayne Williams, work ethic doesn't yet match physical gifts | "From what I can tell he's had no academic structure, he's had no football structure, he's had no life s […]
    Sean Keeley

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