George Morris II

Syracuse Orange #27 -

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 203

Links - Spruill, Bromley Prepare For ASGs

Spruill will play for the National team in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Bromley will compete in the East-West Shrine Game.

SOFAs Voting: Rookie of the Year

Which rookie had the greatest impact on the Syracuse football season?

Syracuse RB Jerome Smith: 'Yeah, I'm Coming Back'

Jerome Smith tells reporters that he's coming back for his senior season.

SU vs. FSU: Brisly Estime Will Miss Game With UPI

The H-back has a hand injury that will keep him out of the contest.

Q&A With Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician

Jared E. Smith of Syracuse blog TNIAAM answers TN's questions about the 2013 Orange.

Links - Smith Talks FSU, Boeheim Talks Fouls

"Every game I watched today and last night, everybody is calling those fouls."

SU vs. M'land: Norton Returns, Crume Close To 100%

Coach Shafer talks about Ryan Norton's return, Eric Crume & George Morris II's recovery and honoring Wilmeth Sidat-Singh.

Current RBs Don't Sound Too Interested In No. 44

A bunch of former 44's (and other Syracuse folk) talk about the legacy of the number and the kind of player who should (or shouldn't) wear it in the future.

The Old "I Was So Busy Studying So Much" Tricker

Syracuse OC George McDonald never forgives. He never forgets.

George Morris III Is Actually George Morris II

Turns out, there is no George Morris III on the Syracuse football team. There is a George Morris II, however.

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