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- Notice of allegations is only the beginning for UNC
The notice of allegations is only the first in a series of steps, and it could cast a shadow over North Carolina's program well into the season. North Carolina announced Friday it has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding the re-opening of its academic fraud investigation.
- Syracuse basketball's non-conference slate doesn't compare...
With his Syracuse University basketball team scheduled to engage such formidable clubs as Duke, North Carolina, Virginia, Louisville and Notre Dame during conference play, and Wisconsin, Georgetown and those in the Battle 4 Atlantis field in out-of-conference play, how often will Orange coach Jim Boeheim be smiling during the 2015-'16 season? , will darken the Carrier Dome doors in December. Mix those outfits in with Syracuse's ACC schedule and you've got a fairly juicy array of games.
- 44 Questions For Syracuse University Following Their 44 Flip-Flop
" implies that "it" was gone and now you are implying that the thing that was gone is now not gone so, in some way big or small, "it" has changed status? Did you know that the implied decision to bring 44 "back" was met with immensely-positive response by Orange fans? Are you actually humans or just one of those machines that takes information and turns it into press releases to make it seem like they were written by humans? What's more important to you, the opinions of the tens of thousands of SU fans or the opinions of a couple blowhards on television? Was someone high-up in the department shocked and horrified on Tuesday to realize there was a ceremony going on in which multiple people said the No.
- Should Syracuse unretire jersey No. 44?
The No. 77 jersey worn by Bob Kalsu at OU, with photos of Kalsu as a Sooner and in Vietnam.
- Syracuse to honor Floyd Little in part of new tribute to No. 44
Hall of Fame Bronco RB Floyd Little is one of three Syracuse legends the Orange are honoring with Plaza 44. Syracuse University broke ground on a new landmark to honor three of their football team's best players, including legendary Pro Football Hall of Fame Broncos RB Floyd Little. Little, fellow Hall of Famer Jim Brown and Ernie Davis - all tied together in history by wearing Syrcuse football's uniform No.
- Syracuse Basketball: An early look at the 2015-16 season
Yesterday, it was announced that Syracuse will travel to Madison Square Garden to play St. John's on Dec. 13 in their home-and-home series. Syracuse was riding a nine-game winning streak against the Red Storm until last year's 69-57 defeat.
- Update on Syracuse in The Basketball Tournament: Two injuries, a practice date, a voting deadline
The Syracuse entry in The Basketball Tournament is searching for two replacement guards. And they have all but exhausted the available pool of Orange alumni.
- Former Syracuse guard Brandon Reese on living in Kuwait, sustaining basketball injury
The former Syracuse University guard bled internally for a few hours and developed a hematoma. All of this required that he check into a hospital, then spend two weeks of bed rest.
- Meaningful ACC moments from last season that will resonate in 2015
Jimbo Fisher has catered his play-calling to his quarterbacks, something the Florida State coach will do for Everett Golson if Golson wins the job. With Everett Golson, it's now tougher to assess the Florida State Seminoles' ACC and playoff odds, which are deserving of a recalculation.
- Syracuse Restores 44, And In Typical SU Fashion, Now It Has to Add Confusion to the Mix
Unhappy with fans being happy or positive about the program for any extended amount of time, Syracuse went and confused the entire thing by Wednesday afternoon. The statement the school made to Chris Carlson, via email: "Yesterday's announcement was simply a reiteration of that commitment and another opportunity to celebrate the great accomplishments of those who have worn the number with Syracuse pride and honor.
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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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- Rangers crush Lightning, even series in Eastern Conference Finals
Tampa Bay (WSYR-TV) - The Rangers bounces back from an overtime loss to even their series at two games a piece with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference Finals.
New York opened the scoring with a goal from Rick Nash in the first period. The left wing would tack on his second goal on the night in the third period during a power play.
Tampa Bay found the equalizer in the second period on a one-timer by Steven Stamkos.
The Rangers took the lead for good four minutes later on a Chris Kreider tap in from outside the crease.
New York would go on to win 5-1.
Game five is set for Sunday at 8 p.m. at Madison Square Garden.
- Syracuse women fall to Maryland in NCAA semifinals
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The Syracuse women's lacrosse team's season came to an end on Friday night at the hands of reigning national champion Maryland.
The Terrapins beat Syracuse 10-8 at PPL Park in Chester, Pa.
Kayla Treanor lead Syracuse with three goals and two assists including the Orange's final goal of the game with seven minutes left in the second half.
Maryland won the final draw of the game and held possession until the clock ran out.
The Orange finish the year with a 16-8 record.
- SU men?s lacrosse player and Skaneateles alum Kevin Rice tabbed nation?s top attack award
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University men’s lacrosse team’s 2015 campaign may be over, but the team is still collecting individual accolades.
On Friday, senior Kevin Rice – a Skaneateles alum – was selected for the Lt. Col. Jack Turnbull Award as the nation’s top attackman.
Rice joins august company in the selection – the last Orange player to receive the award was Mike Powell in 2004.
Rice led SU in points (84) and assists (48) for the second year in a row.
He is also a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award, which goes to the nation’s top lacrosse player.
- Bob McKenney named head hoops coach at Bishop Grimes
DeWitt (WSYR-TV) – One of the most successful high-school basketball coaches in Central New York has a new home.
Bob McKenney – who was ousted from the post at Jamesville-DeWitt after 19 years and five state championships – was named the head coach Bishop Grimes on Thursday morning.
McKenney was a teacher at Grimes while he coached Jamesville-DeWitt.
“As most of you know, this has been a difficult spring for me personally and professionally,” McKenney said.
He thanked his family for their support through the process.
During his years as head coach of the Red Rams, McKenney coached a number of notable players, including DaJuan Coleman, Brandon Triche, and Andy Rautins, along with Tyler Cavanaugh.
- Lightning beat Rangers in overtime to take series lead
Tampa, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Ex-Crunch forward Nikita Kucherov's marker at 3:33 of overtime sent the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 6-5 decision over the New York Rangers in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Kucherov carried the puck from the neutral zone up the right wing, then cut towards the middle below the circles and froze two enemy defenders with a wobbling shot that beat Henrik Lundqvist for the deciding score.
Another former crunch player, Ondrej Palat contributed two goals and one assist for the Lightning, who have taken a 2-1 edge in this best-of-seven series and can extend that in Game 4 on Friday. Kucherov, Alex Killorn, Tyler Johnson and Steven Stamkos each picked up a score and a helper for the winners.
Ben Bishop allowed a playoff-season high five goals but did just enough to earn the victory thanks to 23 stops.
Jesper Fast tallied twice, with Dan Boyle and Ryan McDonagh adding a goal and assist apiece for the Rangers, who also received offense from Derick Brassard in defeat.
Lundqvist tied a season high by allowing six goals on 40 shots.
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