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  • Cross Country Heads To ACC Championships
    With the regular season complete, the Pitt men's and women's cross country teams gear up for a month-long slate of three postseason races, beginning with the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships, on Friday, Oct. 31. This year's event is hosted by the University of Virginia and will take place at Panorama Farms in Earlysville, Va. The gun goes off for the women's 6K at 10 a.m. followed by the men's 8K at 10:45 a.m. For the first time, ESPN3 will stream the Championships live.
  • Syracuse University cross country teams at the front of the pack heading into ACC...
    Upon first assessing the young core of current talent he had accumulated on the Syracuse University men's cross country team, head coach Chris Fox envisioned a day when that group could could make a run at a NCAA title. As it turns out, the Orange men have proven capable of passing mileposts with same ease in which they breeze past the competition.
  • Syracuse Basketball: Toughest Matchup for Each Projected Starter in 2014-15
    The Syracuse basketball team is less than a week away from its first competitive action. While Sunday's game against Carleton University is only an exhibition, it will be a tough test for a young Syracuse squad.
  • BOZICH | Syracuse players ACC message to Louisville: Bring your earplugs
    Louisville is not the first college basketball program to make the jump from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference. Syracuse, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh made the same move last season, a season that saw the Cards compete in the American Athletic Conference.
  • Syracuse NCAA Hearing: Orange Basketball, Football To Addresses Infractions
    The NCAA has the dirt it gets to share. Syracuse University gets a chance to explain and clean up its mess the next two days during a NCAA hearing into the men's basketball and football programs.
  • Syracuse NCAA Hearing: Jim Boeheim Can't Talk About It, So Don't Ask About It
    At the ACC preseason media day Wedneday Syracuse's head coach went on the defensive when asked about the NCAA hearing he and other athletic department members will participate in beginning Thursday. So, Wednesday, at the ACC Men's Basketball Media Day held in Charlotte, N.C., when the topic of Syracuse University's upcoming NCAA hearing was addressed, was there any shock the 69-year-old curmudgeon wasn't going to cooperate with anyone's questions involving the topic? Not really, but it did rub some folks the wrong way.
  • Women's Hockey at Syracuse This Weekend
    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; Oct. 30, 2014 - Maintaining the best record in program history, the Penn State women's hockey team travels to Syracuse this weekend for its first College Hockey America games of the season: a 7 p.m. game on Oct. 31 and a 2 p.m. matchup on Nov. 1. SCOUTING THE ORANGE After opening the season with a 2-1 win over Colgate, Syracuse hasn't won a game, which includes a four-game stretch of knotted scores. The lamp has lit up extensively during Orange games, as they've been outscored 32-13.
  • Lecture will address decrease in Monarch butterflies
    Janet Allen, PhD, is a Wild One! She is, in fact, president & co-founder of the Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes chapter of Habitat Gardening in Central New York. She is an expert on the Monarch and other butterflies.
  • Syracuse football: Where oh where have the Orange touchdowns gone?
    Sean Hickey , the Syracuse University lineman charged with the task of opening holes for the likes of running back Ervin Philips , understands that the Orange has been shy on touchdowns so far this season. It is a flaw he hopes his team can correct as soon as Saturday in the Carrier Dome against North Carolina State.
  • Cross Country hosts ACC Championships Friday morning
    Sixty-two days ago, Virginia began its cross country season at Panorama Farms. Those 62 days saw the men and women sweep the home invitational and take to the road to test their abilities against the nation's best.

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  • Georgia Tech Leads SU, 49-0


    Georgia Tech has taken a 49-0 lead off of a three-touchdown third quarter. The Yellow Jackets have tallied 394 total yards of offense including 306 on the ground.
  • Hoops Teams Tip Off At Orange Madness


    Syracuse men's basketball head coach Jim Boeheim arrived at Orange Madness in style on Friday night, stepping onto the court out of a New York City taxi.
  • Where to Watch Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech


    The Syracuse football team makes its first-ever visit to Georgia Tech on Saturday, Oct. 19. The Orange and Yellow Jackets kick off at 12:30 p.m. from Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. The game is being televised on the ACC Network.

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  • CBA honored by county legislature
    22 seniors from CBA's Section III champions football team were the guests of honor at the Onondaga County legislature today. The Brothers made it to the state playoffs before falling to Elmira in the quarterfinals.
  • No. 4 Syracuse beats Indiana 69-52
    Trevor Cooney scored 21 points, Tyler Ennis added 17 points and eight assists, and No. 4 Syracuse beat Indiana 69-52 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday night.
  • OCC men edge Davis, 87-73
    The OCC men's basketball team beat Davis 87-73 Tuesday.
  • Northstars top Brothers, 67-47
    The C-NS boys basketball team topped CBA 67-47 Tuesday. Northstars' Connor Evans led the way with 24 points.
  • Longtime 'Gate Coach Biddle bids farewell
    In Hamilton today, longtime Colgate football coach Dick Biddle passed the torch to top assistant Dan Hunt after 18 season and seven Patriot League titles.

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    • Orange hoops picked to finish to 5th in the conference
      Charlotte, NC (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University men’s basketball team has been picked to finish fifth in the ACC a year after losing standouts like Jerami Grant, Tyler Ennis, and CJ Fair.

      The Atlantic Coast Conference media rankings were released on media day in Charlotte, NC.

      The media picked Duke as the ACC’s top team, followed by North Carolina, Louisville, and Virginia.

      SU has been invited to a hearing tomorrow as part of an inquiry into the athletics program – a hearing that includes both the football and basketball teams.

      SU coach Jim Boeheim attended media day, along with returning players Trevor Cooney and Rakeem Christmas.

      Complete rankings:
      1. Duke (41): 935
      2. North Carolina (12): 870
      3. Louisville (3): 847
      4. Virginia: 824 (7)
      5. Syracuse: 706 (2)
      6. Pitt: 592
      7. Notre Dame: 515
      8. Florida State: 506
      9. NC State: 478
      10. Miami: 442
      11. Clemson: 330
      12. Wake Forest: 221
      13. Georgia Tech: 195
      14. Boston College: 184
      15. Virginia Tech: 155
    • Syracuse falls to Clemson 16-6

      Clemson, SC (SportsNetwork.com) - Cole Stoudt threw for 209 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions to help the 21st-ranked Clemson Tigers to a 16-6 win over the Syracuse Orange in a sloppy game from Memorial Stadium on Saturday.

      The Tigers committed four turnovers, while Syracuse gave it away three times. Kickers Ammon Lakip and Cole Murphy accounted for five made field goals in just the third meeting between the two schools.

      Wayne Gallman had 101 yards on 28 carries for Clemson (6-2, 5-1 ACC), which has won five straight since a 23-17 overtime loss to Florida State.

      "It's not often that you're minus in the turnover margin and still win," Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said. "As long as we have one more point than the opponent, that's all that matters. We got it done."

      AJ Long struggled to just 82 yards on 12-of-27 passing with two interceptions for the Orange (3-5, 1-3), who have dropped five of their last six since opening the season 2-0.

      "We're gonna continue to get better, but I love our kids and the way they fight. We just came up a bit short," Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer said.

      Following an interception of Stoudt by Brandon Reddish late in the first, Syracuse moved the ball to the Clemson 25, where Murphy nailed a 43-yard field goal to give the Orange an early 3-0 lead.

      That margin would hold until the second quarter, as Lakip tied the game with a 38-yard boot with 4:37 remaining until half.

      Then the game got out of hand.

      Robert Smith made an outstanding diving catch to intercept Long, but the Tigers would give it right back. On 1st-and-goal from the 10, C.J. Davidson took a pitch around the right end and fumbled after he couldn't come down with the toss from Stoudt.

      Clemson's defense forced a punt before Stoudt was stripped by Dyshawn Davis for yet another change of possession.

      Although Syracuse went backward on the possession, Murphy closed the first half with a 50-yard field goal that gave the visitors a 6-3 lead at the break.

      The Tigers' offense couldn't get anything going to open the third, and both teams continued to make careless mistakes.

      Prince-Tyson Gully fumbled on the Orange's first touch of the third, but a high snap on third down pushed the ball back to midfield and the Tigers were forced to punt.

      Stoudt was intercepted by Darius Kelly on the next series, then Long gave it right back with an interception to Stephone Anthony.

      Neither team took advantage of the opportunities, and that was evident after the interception by Anthony.

      Stoudt led his team down the field and rushed for seven yards on 3rd-and-4 from the Syracuse 9. However, Gallman was stopped for a loss of four on the following play and the Tigers had to settle for an 18-yard field goal from Lakip.

      Clemson grabbed the lead with 3 1/2 minutes remaining in the third when Lakip converted a 41-yard field goal.

      The Orange punted on their next possession after another uneventful series, then the Tigers scored the game's first touchdown when Stanton Seckinger hauled in a 19-yard TD pass from Stoudt early in the fourth.

      Murphy missed a 42-yard field goal wide right with 8:17 left in the quarter, and Clemson didn't allow its opponent to get the ball back, running out the remaining eight-plus minutes on a 15-play march.

      Game Notes

      Clemson defeated Syracuse, 49-14, last season to even the all-time series at one game apiece ... Mike Williams led all receivers with 72 yards on seven receptions in the win ... The Tigers have allowed 36 points in their last four games ... Clemson outgained the Orange, 375-170.

    • Friday Night Fever: Vote for this week's high school football Hot Play
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Watch the video above to see the Hot Play nominees from Friday Night Fever - featuring high school football action from throughout Central New York.

      Click here to vote for this week's Hot Play of the week.


    • Report: SU to Meet With NCAA Oct. 30-31
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- An ESPN report says both the men's basketball and football programs at Syracuse University are under investigation by the NCAA. The allegations against SU reportedly go back at least ten years and include providing extra benefits to student-athletes and academic issues.

      ESPN is reporting SU will meet with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions October 30-31 at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis, IN.

      Per ESPN's report, most of the allegations -- including the most serious ones -- involve the Orange men's basketball team. Those issues reportedly go back at least ten years, and include seasons as recently as 2013.

      The SU football team is apparently also being looked at for possibly providing extra benefits for a short time period, but not since Doug Marrone took over as head coach in 2009.

      A report from Syracuse.com said part of the basketball investigation involved the academic record of former center Fab Melo.

      Head men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim declined to address the NCAA investigation during his team's Media Day on Oct. 17.

      Syracuse University issued a statement saying "As we have said before, we are working closely and cooperatively with the NCAA as part of an inquiry. We respect and are honoring the NCAA process and look forward to a resolution."

    • Report: SU football involved in NCAA inquiry
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University football team is involved in a reported NCAA inquiry into the school’s athletics program, according to a local media report.

      The reported inquiry has largely been associated with the basketball program, but Syracuse.com said in a Thursday afternoon update sources say the football program is also part of the investigation.

      They said it was unclear whether other athletics programs were involved in the investigation.

      Last week, Syracuse.com reported that university officials were invited to an NCAA hearing.

      NewsChannel 9 WSYR reached out to the Syracuse athletics department Thursday. As of 5:00, the school had not responded.

      Additional details are available on Syracuse.com.

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