The Syracuse offense is crafting a new identity, and the defense is crafting a new two-deep; that's a pretty scary combination for a team that went just 3-9, isn't it?
Syracuse didn't have any players drafted this past weekend. But that doesn't mean opportunities aren't there for them to make teams this fall.
Syracuse's offensive coordinator talks to ESPN for a few minutes and describes how the Orange offense has changed its approach.
As you're probably aware, Syracuse has a whole lot of options at wide receiver, tight end and H-back on this roster. So who's going to be most important?
It's like a car wreck, right?! You HAVE to look. Especially when it's the last one of these you'll have to endure until next September.
Syracuse lost a shot at a bowl game on Saturday; how much of that had to do with the offense's play-calling and execution?
The TNIAAM football staff gathers 'round to preview Syracuse's chances against Clemson this Saturday.
Tim Lester took over play-calling duties on Saturday, and you couldn't help but noticed a marked difference in the overall quality of things.