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Article by Rud
September 19, 2011

Syracuse Leaves Big East for Onondaga County Middle School League

    It was announced this weekend that Syracuse University has applied for and been accepted into the prestigious Onondaga County Middle School League for all major sports. Instead of lackluster teams such as Georgetown and UConn, Syracuse will now be facing off against national powerhouses such as Henninger Middle School and the Derek Zoolander School... MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 18, 2011

BrainiACCs: Leaving the Big East for Smarter Pastures

For anyone living under a rock during the last 24 hours, this just in: Syracuse has decided to forgo its elite Big East status and make the transition into the dredges ACC (I speak sarcastically, of course, but I’m enraged so it’s allowed). Why Syracuse decided to leave was a mystery to many. That is,... MORE »

Article by dang
September 18, 2011

Cornell Beats Bucknell In Stunning Homecoming Victory””Cornellians Too Busy Studying To Attend

Yesterday, on  an ordinary crisp autumn day, twelve Cornellian’s witnessed a miracle. That miracle being Cornell’s first football win in over  seventy two consecutive years.   In their premier homecoming game, Cornell’s team reigned victorious over  Bucknell in a 24-13 win.  Coach Kent Austin was both  ” ecstatic” and “humbled” by the astonishing win.  Unfortunately, with about 97 percent of... MORE »

Article by Klatch
September 16, 2011

Tallahassee Man Sells First Born Son for FSU vs. Oklahoma Tickets

Dom Johnson, 37, of Tallahassee admitted to selling his first born son yesterday all for tickets to Saturday’s game against Oklahoma. Andrew Johnson, 8, was reportedly sold to a family in Wakulla County. “I’m gonna miss the little man,” says Johnson, “He really was a great kid”¦ but sacrifices are sacrifices I guess, and you... MORE »

December 29, 2010

Sports in Review 2010

Sports news straight to your face!                                                                                 To end the NCAA football season, The Auburn Tigers... MORE »

Article by Dennis Coles
December 8, 2010

It Appears the Mayans Were Correct…

Well… Not entirely.  They were correct that the world was going to end around 2012, but they got the date wrong. I’d rather not be the one to tell you, but the world ended on December 7th 2010.  Yes that’s right. On 12/7/10, ESPN (Entertainment Sports Programming Network) launched a new sub-division of their mammoth... MORE »

Video by Syracuse Staff
December 2, 2010

Syracuse Has A Quidditch Team

Oh Harry Potter, you have officially infiltrated SU, and made a quidditch team here.. MORE »