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In the Spring of 2008, Indiana hired Tom Crean to be its new head coach, after Crean had shown great success building the Marquette program.
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The deck is stacked against the Bearcats about as high as the roof of the Carrier Dome.
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Most pressing of all would be replacing the backcourt of Brandon Triche, a four-year starter who graduated, and sophomore point guard Michael Carter-Williams, a lottery pick in the NBA draft now starring for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Michael Carter-Williams is becoming must-see NBA TV - 17.7 points a game plus 7.3 assists a game playing at the fastest pace in the league.
SU's chief athletic department communications officer Joe Giansante said the university "had a nice run" this morning on newly available tickets.
The Orange did what they needed to do. They got down to business and beat Minnesota by eight points .
Dion Waiters may not have been thrilled when the Cavaliers initially told him he was going to come off the bench, but the plan appears to be working to his benefit.
Tyler Ennis, Syracuse's freshman whiz-bang in the backcourt, was again superb on Tuesday night, this time in the Carrier Dome against the visiting Indiana Hoosiers.
John Swords scored 25 points on 12-of-13 shooting and also pulled down 16 rebounds to lead Bowdoin to a 67-56 victory over Southern Maine in a nonconference men's basketball game at Hill Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
I've always suspected Syracuse fans are secretly hilarious. In the Carrier Dome, I'll hear one or two snarky pieces of conversations from passers-by, who are gone too quickly to be flagged down for a quote.
Philadelphia 76ers guard Michael Carter- Williams and Sacramento Kings forward Ben McLemore were named Eastern and Western Conference Rookies of the Month, respectively, for games played in October and November.
The season isn't at the quarter pole yet, but this year's rookie crop is not doing much to change perceptions.
Imitated but never duplicated, the Big Ten/ACC Challenge offers some of the best out-of-conference action college basketball has to offer every year.
Nov 27, 2013; Lahaina, HI, USA; Syracuse Orangemen forward Baye Moussa Keita dunks against Baylor Bears forward Ish Wainwright during the championship game of the EA Sports Maui Invitational at the Lahaina Civic Center.
Minnesota center Elliott Eliason and Syracuse center Dajuan Coleman battle for a rebound in the first half of their game in Maui Invitational on Nov. 25, 2013, at the Lahaina Civic Center.