Syracuse Rumors & News

  • Syracuse QB Rex Culpepper declared cancer-free, will return to team this summer

    CBS Sports "In March, Syracuse quarterback Rex Culpepper announced on his Instagram page that he'd been diagnosed with testicular cancer, and it had spread to lymph nodes in his abdomen. Less than three months later, after 100 hours of chemotherapy, Culpepper found out he's..." June 04

  • Syracuse invests $118 million for renovation to Carrier Dome

    College Football Talk "Syracuse’s Carrier Dome is one giant step closer to a much-needed renovation. On Monday morning, Syracuse announced it is investing $118 million to go toward renovation of the multi-purpose athletic facility, including hosting Syracuse football. Among the renovations to be done..." May 14

  • Police: Parents faked son's cancer to get donations; boy visited SU football

    Syracuse.com "A Port Byron couple made up a story that their child had cancer in order to illegally solicit about $3,000 from sympathetic donors, according to the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office. Martin and Jolene LaFrance were charged with scheme to defraud and endangering the welfare of a child on Friday,..." May 08

  • Former Syracuse football DT Kayton Samuels commits to Indiana as graduate transfer

    Syracuse.com "Former Syracuse football defensive tackle Kayton Samuels has committed to Indiana, he announced on Sunday. The graduate transfer will be eligible to use his final season of eligibility this fall. The 6-foot, 319-pound Samuels started 24 games over three seasons for the Orange, splitting time..." May 07

  • Former Texas A&M OT Koda Martin to join Syracuse football as graduate transfer

    Syracuse.com "Former Texas A&M offensive tackle Koda Martin intends to join Syracuse football as a graduate transfer, he announced on Thursday. He will be eligible to play immediately. The 6-foot-6, 310-pound Martin, who has started 14 games for the Aggies over the last two seasons, will unite in Central..." April 20

  • Syracuse QB Rex Culpepper diagnosed with treatable form of testicular cancer

    CBS Sports "Syracuse quarterback Rex Culpepper announced on Instagram that he was recently diagnosed with testicular cancer, and that it has unfortunately spread to lymph nodes in his abdomen. Despite the setback, the rising sophomore is optimistic about his long-term outlook. "The good news is, my..." March 25