Syracuse Rumors & News

  • Syracuse defensive lineman Wayne Williams no longer a member of the team, granted release

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse University said Tuesday that defensive lineman Wayne Williams is no longer a member of the football program and has been granted his release. In response to an inquiry from Syracuse.com/The Post-Standard, Syracuse said in an e-mail that Williams intends to pursue a transfer. Williams,..." June 29

  • Syracuse clarifies that No. 44 will only be worn in a 'special circumstance'

    ESPN "Syracuse on Wednesday clarified its position on the use of the No. 44 a day after it received criticism -- including from Donovan McNabb -- after the announcement that a committee would pick players to again don the retired number. Senior vice president for public affairs Kevin Quinn told..." May 21

  • Syracuse un-retires famed 44, alum McNabb rips the move

    Fox Sports - College Football "The Syracuse football program on Tuesday ended months of speculation — and years of sometimes intense debate — by un-retiring the No. 44. The school made the announcement at a groundbreaking ceremony for Plaza 44, which will be constructed adjacent to the new Ensley Athletic Center. The plaza..." May 20

  • Syracuse Football Has Unretired No. 44, Worn By Hall Of Famers Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Heisman Winner Ernie Davis

    College Spun "At Syracuse University, it is impossible to avoid the impact of the number 44. It is in the campus zip code and all phone numbers, and hangs from the rafters of the Carrier Dome. The number became famous at SU after being worn by a trio of running backs who made six All-American first teams..." May 19

  • Syracuse football RB commit Robert Washington wants to put Orange back in national spotlight

    Syracuse.com "Robert Washington heard from the college football blue bloods, perennial winners such as Alabama, Notre Dame and Ohio State throughout his recruitment process. But when it came time to announce his choice, the four-star SouthLake Christian (Huntersville, N.C.) Academy running back verbally..." April 27

  • Syracuse football DL Isaiah Johnson medically disqualified due to multiple concussions

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse junior defensive lineman Isaiah Johnson has been medically disqualified after suffering multiple concussions, SU Athletics announced on Tuesday. "Syracuse Athletics team physician Dr. James Tucker reviewed Johnson's concussion history and has medically disqualified Johnson from further..." April 22

  • Syracuse football DE Luke Arciniega granted two more years of eligibility by NCAA

    Syracuse.com "Luke Arciniega has been in a unique position this spring. With an NCAA medical redshirt request pending, the 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker-turning defensive end has been practicing with no guarantee of ever playing in a college football game again. But on Saturday, he posted a message on..." March 30

  • Syracuse wide receiver Quinta Funderburk granted release by school, looking to transfer

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse wide receiver Quinta Funderburk has been granted his release by the university and is looking to transfer to use his final season of eligibility. Funderburk's high school coach at Oscar Smith in Virginia, Richard Morgan, said Tuesday that his former wide receiver approached him in..." March 18

  • Syracuse football DT Ryan Sloan leaves program after series of bad experiences since 2013

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt senior defensive tackle Ryan Sloan has decided to leave the program after a series of negative experiences starting in his redshirt sophomore year, he said in a series of text messages on Tuesday night. Sloan is finishing his class requirements this spring and will graduate in..." March 05

  • Syracuse football DT Marcus Coleman likely to be medically disqualified due to chronic foot injuries

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt junior defensive tackle Marcus Coleman is expected to be medically disqualified after battling chronic foot issues, SU head coach Scott Shafer said on Tuesday. The decision for him to stop playing was made after Coleman "had some procedures" this winter and was unable to play..." February 26

  • Syracuse University not considering retractable roof

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse University officials said this morning that while all roof options are being considered, the focus of dome renovation plans has been on a fixed roof, not on a retractable roof. A syracuse.com reporter misunderstood information provided Monday by Chancellor Kent Syverud. The story below..." February 03

  • Syracuse safety Durell Eskridge will enter 2015 NFL Draft, forgoing final season

    Syracuse.com "Durell Eskridge will forgo his final season at Syracuse and enter the 2015 NFL Draft, he announced Tuesday afternoon in a post on Instagram. "To all my family, friends, mentors & most importantly my diehard Syracuse fans, I decided to forgo my senior season and enter the 2015 NFL Draft. It has..." December 10

  • Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt ruled out for rest of season with fractured fibula

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt junior quarterback won't play in the team's last two games as he continues to recover from a fractured fibula, SU head coach Scott Shafer said in his weekly Thursday press conference. Hunt, who suffered the injury in the Orange's 28-6 loss to Louisville on Oct. 3, will finish..." November 21

  • Syracuse QB AJ Long 'highly doubtful' for Duke due to a nerve issue

    CBS Sports "It is "highly doubtful" that Syracuse starting quarterback AJ Long will play for the Orange against Duke on Saturday, Scott Shafer told reporters on Thursday. According to Shafer, Long injured his throwing arm in the loss to NC State last week but did not release the severity of the injury..." November 07

  • Syracuse loses its quarterback, makes change on coaching staff

    CBS Sports "It appears that Syracuse will be heading into its game against Florida State with a new quarterback and a new offensive coordinator. Coach Scott Schafer issued a release Monday announcing that the team was making a change to its coaching staff and that quarterback Terrel Hunt will miss four to..." October 06

  • Syracuse WR Ashton Broyld will miss 'a couple weeks' with a lower-leg injury

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse will be without one of its best receivers for Saturday night's primetime game against Notre Dame. Junior Ashton Broyld will miss "a couple weeks" because of a lower-leg injury suffered during the first half of Saturday's 34-20 loss to Maryland. Surgery is not believed to be necessary,..." September 23

  • Daiquan Kelly flips commitment from Syracuse to Penn State

    SI - College Football "Three-star athlete Daiquan Kelly, who was played on both sides of the ball at Union City (N.J.) High, announced on Twitter on Sunday that he has flipped his verbal commitment from Syracuse to Penn State. Kelly also drew scholarship offers from Michigan State, Virginia and Rutgers, among other..." September 16

  • ACC will not punish Syracuse QB for punching Villanova player

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt will not receive additional punishment after he was ejected for punching Villanova linebacker Dillon Lucas in the second quarter of SU's 27-26 double-overtime win on Friday night, an Atlantic Coast Conference spokesperson said on Tuesday. With the Orange leading..." September 03

  • Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt ejected after throwing punch

    CBS Sports "I'm guessing the 2014 season didn't start the way Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt wanted it to. With Syracuse leading Villanova 10-7 in the first quarter, Hunt was tackled and felt that a Villanova defender came in with a late hit, and then he did something stupid: he punched him." August 30

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Four-star recruit one of two ‘Cuse signees who fail to qualify

    College Football Talk "Unfortunately for Syracuse, the most highly-rated member of its most recent recruiting class will have to wait to make an on-field impact for the Orange. In a text message to the Syracuse Post-Standard, head coach Scott Shafer confirmed that talented wide receiver K.J. Williams failed to..." June 30

  • Syracuse football defensive tackle Eric Crume undergoes minor left knee surgery

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse defensive tackle Eric Crume underwent minor surgery on his left knee last week and expects to miss two or three weeks of summer workouts, the senior said in an interview Tuesday afternoon. Crume said he had a small portion of his meniscus removed last week and arrived on Tuesday using..." June 26

  • Malik Brown says joining Syracuse football is possible after transfer from Tennessee

    Syracuse.com "When Doug Marrone left Syracuse to become head coach of the Buffalo Bills last offseason, the Orange lost verbal commitment Malik Brown as well. The three-star defensive end flipped to Tennessee, citing Marrone's departure, along with that of assistants John Anselmo and Steve Morrison, as the..." June 04

  • Syracuse football caps eventful day with first verbal commit in 2015 recruiting class

    Syracuse.com "Consider this the cherry on top of what has been an eventful day for Syracuse football. The Orange received its first verbal commitment for the 2015 recruiting class on Wednesday night, and like last year, it comes from a prospect in its home state. That would be Tyrone Perkins, a running..." April 17

  • Tyrone Wheatley Jr., the top recruit in New York, has Syracuse football high on his list

    Syracuse.com "A snapshot of Tyrone Wheatley Jr.'s potential came during a league championship game this fall when the defensive end lined up on the nose of the center at the zero technique. As soon as the ball was snapped, Wheatley bowled over the center with such force he fell back into the quarterback and..." March 06

  • Syracuse football first to offer kicker Sterling Hofrichter for 2015 recruiting class

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse has left little doubt who the top kicking specialist is on its recruiting board for 2015. Head coach Scott Shafer watched the kid hit a 55-yard field goal during a December practice in Florida, and his mind was made up. This is who he envisioned taking over the position in the near..." March 06

  • ACC football championship game to stay in Charlotte through 2019

    Charlotte Observer "The ACC’s football championship game will stay at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium at least through 2019, the league announced Monday. The six-year extension means Charlotte will host the game for 10 consecutive years. The ACC has played its title game in Charlotte the past four years,..." February 26

  • Former Syracuse football defensive tackle Jay Bromley ready to set the tone at NFL combine

    Syracuse.com "Jay Bromley hasn't seen it yet, but he's hoping the Under Armour jersey he will wear at this month's NFL Scouting Combine will have the No. 1 on it. Bromley will be the first defensive lineman to participate in each drill by virtue of the alphabetized list of participants. The jersey number..." February 19

  • Syracuse recruit Lamar Dawson fighting life-threatening disease; enrollment likely delayed

    Syracuse.com "The story of Lamar Dawson's signing day saga begins on Thanksgiving weekend when he woke up from an afternoon nap, his pillow stained with blood. "What is that?" his father asked. "I don't know," Lamar answered. His father inspected his bloodied throat, and the next morning they drove to..." February 08

  • Rob Moore leaving Syracuse to reunite with Marrone

    College Football Talk "The mini-exodus of college assistants leaving for the NFL shortly after National Signing Day continues, with Syracuse the latest to feel the brunt of a hiring by the big-boy league. The Buffalo Bills announced Thursday morning that Rob Moore has been hired as the club’s wide receivers coach...." February 06

  • Syracuse still No. 1 on list for highly regarded football recruit Steve Ishmael

    Syracuse.com "One day after returning from an official visit to Cincinnati, Syracuse target Steve Ishmael was back at North Miami Beach High School. As he left his Spanish class on Monday morning, he reached into his book bag and popped on a hat from the leader in the clubhouse. It was an orange and blue..." January 28

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