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Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim walked to the postgame press conference podium after his reeling team’s 61-39 embarrassment at No. 5 Georgetown Saturday, undid his pants, dropped a steaming, rancid turd just below the microphone, and walked out. “You want an opening statement?” An irate Boeheim asked as he undid his belt. “Here’s my... MORE »
Nerlens Noel, rated the number one recruit in the Class of 2012, announced today that he will play NCAA basketball at the University of Kentucky. After narrowing his list of schools to Syracuse, Kentucky, and Georgetown, he committed to the reigning national champions. Orange fans, furious about how the events transpired, were determined to play... MORE »
With the news late Monday night that Sophomore Center Fab Melo will forgo his junior year as he declared for the NBA draft Syracuse fans took their excitement to the streets. Fans burned couches, flipped cars, and looted all along Marshall Street as the news spread- all while chanting the 1969 song “Na Na Hey... MORE »
The Syracuse Basketball Team sings "call me maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen. Featuring Kris Joseph Griffin Hoffmann Michael Carter Williams Matt Lyde. MORE »
“I couldn’t stop grieving,” Sam Bolindy said, Chucks pitcher still in hand since Saturday night. “I needed to ease my pain. I knew I had to move on, but I didn’t know how.” And that’s when Bolindy traded his pitcher of $4 beer in for an Old Fashioned early Sunday and drowned his sorrows in... MORE »
The Syracuse Orange have made it to the Elite Eight without star center Fab Melo, who, a few weeks ago, became ineligible for the NCAA Tournament due to academic reasons. Without the seven-footer in the paint, the Orange have relied on clutch performances from Scoop Jardine, Kris Joseph and Dion Waiters. Tonight, though, the Orange... MORE »
The Campus Basement staff isn’t just a group of beautiful people with no real interests. We actually really like sports and competitions and stuff! We even made a cool iStock Photo Bracket! You should look it up after you finish reading this, it’s pretty sexy. Anyways…the staff has been extremely invested in March Madness. Of... MORE »
Seriously? Is this really happening? Let me get this straight: Melo, and I’m completely guessing here, skips a few classes and now he’s ineligible for the tournament? Seriously? I’m going to guess yet again and say that Melo is not the first Syracuse athlete to fail to meet certain academic requirements like going to “class,” or turning... MORE »
As our beloved Syracuse Orange come back home to face off with #11 Georgetown tomorrow night, we ask ourselves the one question that remains unanswered”¦.What in God’s name is a Hoya? Referencing Wikipedia, my most trusted source for all journalistic endeavors, a Hoya is in fact “a genus of tropical climbing plants in the family... MORE »
Props to Christ Pesto for starting this trend…hate is no longer welcome at SU MORE »
In case you have not seen the flyers (see image) and chalkings around campus, there appears to be some sort of event that will be taking place on the Quad this Wednesday at 12:35. While details surrounding the event remain unclear, one thing is known for sure: there will be hot girls there. It also... MORE »
Thursday night I swore that I would not write this article. College basketball was over, bring on the NBA playoffs, Red Sox opening day, anything really. I couldn’t handle even thinking about the massive no-show I had just witnessed, the last game I’d watch as a fan as well as a student. It’s not even... MORE »
Syracuse University Football may have gotten the boost it so desperately needs, as the team announced the signing of quarterback Jimmie Harrison early Tuesday morning. Harrison, a senior at Wilson High in Amarillo, Texas, exploded on to the national radar during his senior season, leading Wilson to the Class L state championship while shattering the... MORE »
In Part 1 we went over some of the stereotypical roommates you may find/have found yourself living with during your freshman year here at SU. We’ll continue the discussion below. The Druggie Breakdown: We’re not talking about the occasional trip to the graveyard for a bowl-pack here. No, The Druggie is in a whole other... MORE »
The Syracuse University community breathed a sigh of relief today with the news that freshman Dominic Hester awoke early this morning following a food coma that lasted nearly a month. Dominic slipped into the coma following his trip to the famed Dinosaur Barbeque on the night of January 25, 2010. Roommate Chris Battle described the... MORE »
The Syracuse University Cross Country team was honored at halftime of a recent men’s basketball game for apparently doing well in some sort of running competition, although no one seemed to care. The ceremony was missed by the vast majority of those in attendance, who were off getting more beer and nachos, and was met... MORE »
Junior point guard Antonio “Scoop” Jardine was reportedly “thrilled” when informed Thursday that the 30,000 fans at the Carrier Dome were, in fact, chanting “Scoop,” and not booing the young player. The confusion has caused some distress for the Philadelphia native. “It was like the harder I played, the more everyone just booed me,” sighed... MORE »
In a relatively unsurprising turn of events, Donte Greene returned to Syracuse Sunday afternoon to curse the Men’s Basketball team as they fell to Louisville for only their second loss of the season. For those fortunate enough to not remember, Greene spent one year with the Orange, “leading” them to a brilliant quarterfinal exit in... MORE »
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