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  • King Salman, father of SU alumnus, assumes throne of Saudi Arabia
    President Barack Obama meets new Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdul Aziz in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. The president and first lady have come to expresses their condolences on the death of the late Saudi Arabian King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.
  • Syracuse Lacrosse: Scrimmage Recap & Former Orange Receive Awards
    Syracuse scrimmaged Le Moyne College and Hofstra University on Saturday, helping to clear up the goalie and FOGO battles. Also making news, two former Syracuse players will receive prestigious awards from the Tewaaraton Foundation.
  • Syracuse basketball: That Orange loss to Carolina wasn't a surprise, was it? (Chat with Bud Poliquin)
    Yes, Syracuse lost to North Carolina on Monday night by a score of 93-83. But it wasn't for a lack of production from the Orange's rock, Rakeem Christmas, who scored 22 points and grabbed a dozen rebounds against the Tar Heels.
  • Kentucky Basketball: On their way to best start in program history
    First I would like to Congratulating the Duke Blue Devil's head coach Mike Krzyzewski on being the first Division 1 men's basketball coach to reach 1000 wins. Their victory did not come easy as St. Johns gave Duke all they could handle in Madison Square garden but they found a way to win, great job! Kentucky, weather you personally love or hate the Wildcats, fact of the matter is; they are Americas team once again this season.
  • The 9 Most 'Cuse Places In NYC
    If you're an alumni of Syracuse University and live in the New York City metro area, these places have a special place in your Orange heart.
  • Hidden Gems
    OK, we all know about the big names in the draft. But, who are going to be those hidden gems going past the first 2 rounds? My guy is Durell Eskridge.
  • Tiger Trouble: Syracuse basketball loses to Clemson 66-53
    Syracuse University basketball fans had that in their back pocket anytime Clemson fans would jab them about an upcoming pounding on the football field now that they are ACC rivals. Syracuse shot 36 percent against the Tigers.
  • Orange is the New Black, Birdman top SAG Awards
    Julian Batts, a freshman at Indiana University, repeatedly failed to solve puzzles Video of a contestant on 'Wheel of Fortune' is quickly going viral - but not because of how impressive his performance was. A Butler County man will compete on Jeopardy! Wednesday evening.
  • Penn State Women's Hockey: Lions Split Weekend at UNH
    Another Penn State hockey team faced off against a Wildcat squad this weekend, with the women's team playing a two game non-conference series against the University of New Hampshire in the snowy north. The Nittany Lions came away with a split against UNH , being shutout 2-0 Friday night but coming back to win the closer, 3-1.
  • Syracuse basketball's loss to Miami signals trouble with plenty of tough games coming up
    Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim looks for a foul Tyler Roberson tries to get up in the second half of a game against Miami on Jan. 24, 2015, at the Carrier Dome. The Hurricanes won 66-62. Latest Stories

  • 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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    • Paul Muench returning to Fayetteville-Manlius sidelines
      Manlius (WSYR-TV) – Just months after Damien Rhodes’ departure as Fayetteville-Manlius football’s head coach, the Hornets are welcoming back a familiar face.

      On Monday night, the school board revealed that the return of longtime coach Paul Muench had been approved.

      Muench’s retirement in 2012 paved the way for Rhodes, whom he coached.

      A celebrated running back at the high-school level, Rhodes also played for Syracuse University.

      Muench guided the Hornets to three league titles and a Section 3 Championship during his 12 years as head coach.
    • Former SU lacrosse greats Kotz, Lyons selected for Tewaaraton honors
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Two former Syracuse University lacrosse greats are being recognized with two of the Tewaaraton Foundation’s top honors.

      Brad Kotz, a West Genesee High School graduate and one of SU’s most celebrated players, will become the second Orange player to receive the Tewaaraton Legends Award.

      Kotz is the second SU alum to receive the award – Orange legend Jim Brown received the inaugural award in 2011. The Legends award is presented to those who would have received a Tewaaraton Award if it had existed when they played.

      Kotz played at SU from 1982 to 1985.

      Oren Lyons – who played from 1956 to 1958 – is receiving the Spirit of Tewaaraton Award, which is presented to those who have contributed to the sport in a way that reflects the “values and Mission of the Tewaaraton Award.”

      “Chief Lyons is a living legend whose leadership extends beyond the lacrosse field and exemplifies the Spirit of Tewaaraton. He has made enormous contributions to the game of lacrosse and the Haudenosaunee. As a cultural ambassador and indigenous leader, Chief Lyons’ insights have gained attention throughout the globe. His commitment to making the world a better place is inspirational and he has set the standard for future generations through his diverse accomplishments,” Tewaaraton Foundation Chairman Jeff Harvey said.

      The awards will be presented on May 28 at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
    • Orange falls to UNC 93-83

      Chapel Hill, NC ( - Marcus Paige scored 16 of his 22 points during a strong second half that lifted 13th-ranked North Carolina to a 93-83 victory over Syracuse in a key ACC battle.

      The Tar Heels overcame a season-high 20 turnovers, as well as big performances from the Orange's duo of Trevor Cooney and Rakeem Christmas, to earn their season-high sixth straight win and 11th triumph in their last 12 games.

      Those miscues had North Carolina (17-4, 7-1 ACC) down 56-50 with 13 minutes left before Paige, Nate Britt and Kennedy Meeks led an 18-6 run that reversed momentum.

      Paige added eight assists and Britt, Meeks and Brice Johnson all finished with 17 points, with Johnson netting all but two after halftime and pulling down 11 rebounds for the game.

      Cooney matched a season high with 28 points for Syracuse (14-7, 5-3), which has now dropped three of four following a 4-0 start in ACC play. Christmas grabbed 12 rebounds in addition to tallying 22 points.

      The Orange's patented 2-3 zone frustrated the Tar Heels for much of the evening, and Syracuse owned a six-point lead seven minutes into the second half when Christmas sank a jump hook before hitting Cooney for a cutting layup that turned into a 3-point play.

      North Carolina then began to hit its stride, with Paige igniting the game- changing spurt with consecutive treys and Meeks later drawing a foul while making a tough turnaround shot. The sophomore converted the ensuing free throw for a 61-60 edge with 8:40 to go.

      Tyler Roberson put the Orange back on top with a jumper on the ensuing possession, but Britt knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers and Justin Jackson went 1-of-2 from the line to extend UNC's margin to 68-62 with seven minutes left.

      Syracuse got within two on several occasions, including on Roberson's tip-in with 3:47 remaining that cut the lead to 74-72. The Orange were held without a field goal over the next two-plus minutes, however, as the Tar Heels went on an 12-3 spurt to put the game out of reach.

      North Carolina missed eight of its first 11 shots and had six turnovers through the first eight minutes of a sloppy opening half. The Orange capitalized, building an early 16-9 lead after Cooney put up seven of his 15 first-half points during a 9-0 run.

      The Tar Heels did respond with a 7-0 flurry and later battled back to claim a 35-34 edge on a Britt 3-pointer with 58 seconds to go in the period. However, the Orange recorded the final six points of the half as the Tar Heels continued to make mistakes.

      UNC's 13th giveaway of the stanza, an errant inbounds pass from Britt, led to Kaleb Joseph's run-out layup that just beat the buzzer and sent Syracuse into the break owning a 40-35 advantage.

    • Where to watch: SU hoops at North Carolina
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University men’s basketball team is set to take on North Carolina tonight in Chapel Hill, NC.

      The Orange will tip off against the No. 15 Tar Heels at 7 p.m.

      You’ll be able to watch the game on ESPN:
      • Time Warner: 24, 300
      • Verizon FiOS: 70, 570
      • DirecTV: 206
      • Dish Network: 140
      • New Visions: 60, 757
    • 'Cuse Comeback Comes Up Short vs. 'Canes
      Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- The Orange men's basketball team couldn't finish a furious rally Saturday inside the Carrier Dome, losing to Miami 66-62.

      SU trailed by double-digits in each half, but couldn't ultimately get over the up down the stretch. After trading deep three-pointers with the Hurricanes in the game's final seconds, Trevor Cooney's game-tying attempt with under ten seconds fell just short, securing the victory for Miami.

      Rakeem Christmas led the way for Syracuse, finishing with 23 points and 8 rebounds. Cooney added 14 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals, while Tyler Roberson added 10 points and 14 boards.

      The Orange had numerous attempts to tie or take the lead late in the contest, but couldn't overcome 13 turnovers and a very poor performance from the free throw line. As a team, SU finished just 8-for-19 from the charity stripe, including a 3-for-8 showing over the game's final three and half minutes.

      Tonye Jekiri paced Miami (14-5, 4-2 ACC) with 13 points, 15 rebounds, and 3 blocks, while star point guard Angel Rodriguez chipped in 12 points, 8 assists, 5 rebounds, and 4 steals.

      Syracuse (14-6, 5-2 ACC) is right back at it Monday night when they visit #15 North Carolina -- their first contest against a ranked ACC opponent.

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