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- Why did Sean Hickey briefly leave the Clemson game, and how did it impact the Syracuse offense?
Panic started setting in as soon as the training staff rushed onto the field to attend to Sean Hickey, the Syracuse left tackle who was the only player capable of shutting down Clemson's All-American defensive end, Vic Beasley. Upstairs in the coaching booth, Tim Lester went to work, later saying the offensive approach changed "drastically and dramatically" for the series-and-a-half that Hickey missed in the second quarter because of a minor ankle injury.
- Syracuse football loses to 'special' Clemson team with dominant front seven
Clemson, S.C. - If a tombstone were to be planted over the body of this 16-6 defeat down here where better clubs than this Syracuse one have lost, the words on its face would best be chiseled by Sean Hickey, the Orange lineman who offered this summary late Saturday night: It didn't rival the classic "I told you I was sick" that's out there on a grave-marker somewhere, no. But it'll do.
- Candidate highlights experience on bench
... reviews, I am most gratified by helping the ordinary person obtain evenhanded justice. I was first elected to Syracuse City Court in 1981 and was designated supervising judge of that court in 1987, a position I held through 2000, when I was elected ...
- Syracuse woman accused of taking items from Salmon Run Mall
State police charged Shakeya A. Applins, 30, of Syracuse with petit larceny at 9:11 p.m. Monday after she allegedly took merchandise from Salmon Run Mall, Route 3. Ms. Applins was held at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building following her arrest, according to a state police blotter listing.
- Syracuse football WR Brisly Estime suffers apparent right foot injury, on crutches leaving Clemson
Syracuse sophomore wide receiver Brisly Estime has been hampered by a left ankle injury this season. He was limited to 18 snaps in the Orange's season-opening win against Villanova after initially spraining the ankle in preseason camp.
- Scott Shafer sorry for coming up short at Clemson, says Syracuse will ...
... against Notre Dame, Louisville, Florida State and Clemson, all of which are in the rearview mirror after taxing Syracuse with four of its five losses this season. After their tough 16-6 loss to Clemson in Death Valley on Oct. 25, 2014 Syracuse coach ...
- Syracuse football QB Aj Long can't look defensive teammates in the eyes after loss to Clemson
After each stalled-out possession, AJ Long would return to the Syracuse bench and sit down. He'd talk with assistant coaches and his offensive teammates.
- Syracuse Weather: Rain lingers in to Sunday morning
Late night Saturday showers are likely to stick around Syracuse Sunday morning and periodic showers throughout the day can be expected, according to the National Weather Service website . Sunday will be mostly cloudy with a high in the mid-50s and there is a 60 percent chance of rain.
- Clemson 16 - Syracuse 6: Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda Strikes Again
In a way, the Syracuse Orange's 16-6 loss to the Clemson Tigers on Saturday evening was a perfect microcosm of the entire 2014 season. The Orange were presented with multiple breaks and situations that, if they could take advantage of them, they could have pulled off the upset.
- Clemson 16 - Syracuse 6: The Highlights
The Syracuse Orange lost 16-6 to the Clemson Tigers on Saturday night. Here's the highlights to prove it... The Clemson Tigers defense played stellar Saturday night, holding the Syracuse Orange to 170 total yards of offense, collecting 4 sacks and forcing 3 turnovers while taking down the Orange 16-6.
- Scott Shafer on Clemson fans booing injured Syracuse players:...
Syracuse defensive end Ron Thompson lay face-up in the backfield with about 2:30 left in the second quarter. As medical staff jogged onto the field to check him out, the 80,032 in Memorial Stadium on Saturday night began to boo.
- Story from NorthCountryNow.com
One day after a blowout 9-0 victory, the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team had a tougher go of it in Central NY on Saturday, but the Golden Knights prevailed on the road in defeating Syracuse University 4-1 to finish off a weekend sweep of the Orange. Ranked 10th in the national polls entering the weekend, Clarkson completes the season-opening, non-league portion of its schedule with a 5-3 record.
- Country living in Cayuga County
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- Syracuse football offense can't solve Clemson defense; misses chance at upset
... Tigers seemed a little bleaker. In a game highlighted primarily by field goals (five) and turnovers (seven) Syracuse failed to score a touchdown for the second time this season while falling to Clemson 16-6 in front of 80,031 on Saturday night. ...
- Syracuse football gave commendable effort in great college football atmosphere at Clemson
The Syracuse University football team saw its 2014 won-lost record drop to 3-5 Saturday night after the Orange lost to the Clemson Tigers 16-6 before a crowd of 80,031 in Death Valley. The thing had been billed as a match between two offenses that wheezed and coughed, stammered and tottered.
- You Grade the Orange: Rate the Syracuse football team's performance against Clemson
Syracuse running back Prince-Tyson Gulley carries the ball during the Orange's game against Clemson on Oct. 25, 2014, at Clemson, S.C. (Stephen D. Cannerelli What grades would you give the Syracuse Orange football team for its 16-6 loss to Clemson? What marks would you give the offense? The defense? What's your overall grade?
- Portland Pirates end Syracuse Crunch's three-game winning streak
The loss snaps a three-game win streak and four-game point streak for the Crunch . Syracuse goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 30 of 32 shots in his third start of the season.
- Syracuse man who ditched car at hit and run arrested, police said
A Syracuse man who abandoned his car at a three-vehicle hit and run Saturday afternoon is in jail, police said. Leroy Stokes, 26, is charged with second-degree criminal impersonation and leaving the scene of a personal injury crash, both misdemeanors.
- Syracuse man arrested after three car pileup in Eastwood
... rage inside the vehicle. Stokes was lodged in the Justice Center and is scheduled to be arraigned Sunday morning in Syracuse City Criminal Court.
- Syracuse Police at scene of shooting on Rich Street
Rural Metro Ambulance was also called to the scene, according to the CAD website, a website that monitors real-time calls for police in Onondaga county.