Lawrence Moten was one of the best then-Orangemen hoopsters, along with Billy Owens and John Wallace, from my time as a Syracuse student (fall ‘90 - spring ‘94).
Adrian Autry, a solid four-year starter, looks on in this photo. Autry is currently a member of Jim Boeheim’s coaching staff.
Awesome illustration by Michael Borkowski previewing Syracuse’s men’s lacrosse season.
The traditional national powerhouse is ranked No. 12 and No. 13 in a couple of preseason polls.
My photos from when Syracuse played in the inaugural Pinstripe Bowl two years ago vs. Kansas State.
Good luck to my Orange today vs. West Virginia.
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As a Syracuse alum, this is my reaction to Feb Melo being ruled ineligible to compete for the Orange in the NCAA Tournament.
My favorite March Madness video: Al McGuire dances to “”Cuse Is in the House, Oh My God” after the Orangemen advanced to the 1996 Final Four. Watch for bench player Donovan McNabb mugging in the background.
Longtime Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine has been placed on administrative leave after allegations surfaced that he molested a team ball boy for more than a dozen years, beginning in the mid-’80s.
Much more information in this Outside the Lines clip, with ESPN’s Mark Schwartz reporting.
The Princeton Review released its latest ranking of the Nation’s Top 20 Party Schools and Top 20 Stone-Cold Sober Schools.
My alma mater, Syracuse, comes in at a solid No. 12, despite some hefty competition from such universities as West Virginia, whose students may or may not study coloring books.
Those three schools that rank more sober than the Coast Guard, Army and Navy academies? Must be hell on Earth.
(Photo taken me prior to the Villanova-Syracuse basketball game at the Carrier Dome on Feb. 27, 2010 that set a record for the largest attendance — 34,616 — for an on-campus regular-season game.)
Being a Syracuse alum (‘94), this was one of the most tense and exhilarating moments of my life as a sports fan. A sick first half by freshman Gerry McNamara gave ‘Cuse an 18-point first-half lead against heavily favored Kansas. And we juuust held on, thanks to a monster clutch block from sophomore Hakim Warrick and an all-around solid game from the 2003 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, this guy right here, freshman Carmelo Anthony.
Now waiting for ‘Melo to take me to the promised land again, this time with my hometown New York Knicks.