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Syracuse, NY, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Graham: Offensive issues are too deep for Syracuse to make a bowl game

Currently giving up the most sacks in the country (five per game) and struggling to run the ball, beat writer Andrew Graham argues the Orange can’t muster six wins. → Read More

4 takeaways from Syracuse’s updated depth chart

Syracuse opens fall camp in a little more than two weeks and its latest depth chart provides some insight into several position battles. → Read More

4 Syracuse players named Inside Lacrosse All-Americans

Syracuse had zero players make the Inside Lacrosse All-American first team. → Read More

Penalties, lack of possession down Syracuse in 4th quarter of 15-13 NCAA tournament loss

Syracuse lost 10 of 13 faceoffs in the fourth quarter in its season-ending loss to Loyola → Read More

Slayton drafted to Giants, 5 other former SU players heading to NFL teams

Chris Slayton was drafted by the New York Giants after finishing ninth in SU history for tackles for loss. → Read More

Syracuse dominates Hobart defensively, retains Kraus-Simmons Trophy with 17-5 win

Hobart entered the game averaging 16.1 goals per game and was held to five against Syracuse. → Read More

Brendan Curry's overtime winner lifts No. 12 Syracuse over No. 2 Duke, 9-8

Curry failed to score on his first 11 shots for SU, until the final possession gave him his lone goal and a Syracuse upset → Read More

No. 12 Syracuse’s tempo, spacing dictate shot quality

When the Orange is patient on offense and waits for slides to open up shooters, it’s offense has been more effective. → Read More

No. 17 Syracuse wears down No. 13 Army, 10-8

Syracuse's defense and goalkeeper play shined in the win. → Read More

Syracuse’s cornerbacks utilize their different sizes to an advantage

With two seasoned, shorter cornerbacks and two younger, taller cornerbacks, Syracuse has options for defending opposing receivers. → Read More

How Syracuse drew 40,000 people to the Carrier Dome

Students and residents of surrounding cities and towns helped bring in the largest home crowd of the 2018 season. → Read More

Syracuse’s defense makes the critical stops in 40-37 double-overtime win against UNC

A stop at the end of regulation gave Syracuse the momentum it needed to win the game in overtime. → Read More

Syracuse fails to defend the run in 44-37 overtime loss at Pitt

The Orange allowed more than 300 yards rushing in an overtime loss at Pittsburgh on Saturday. → Read More

Syracuse’s freshmen aren’t playing like freshmen

Nearly halfway through the season, a select group of new faces have worked their way into regular playing time. → Read More

Syracuse’s bid at back-to-back upsets over Clemson undone by Travis Etienne

Travis Etienne, who gashed the Orange all game, provided the winning touchdown in the final moments of the game. → Read More

‘They took our hotel’: The day before Syracuse’s historic upset over Clemson

SU’s hotel of choice booked the Tigers after Dino Babers told them to take the better offer from Clemson. → Read More

Dreya Cherry: Student pit manager is spreading the love she received in First Year Players

After feeling connected and valued as a pit orchestra bassoonist her freshman year, Cherry has strived to pass the love around to others in FYP. → Read More

Whitman dean, SU students discuss position focused on diversity

A forum was held at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management on Tuesday afternoon following the permanent expulsion of the Theta Tau fraternity on Saturday. → Read More

Reaction: 4 takeaways from Syracuse football’s Spring Showcase

Tommy DeVito started with Eric Dungey not playing, along with more takeaways from the Spring Showcase. → Read More

After finishing the 2017 season with 1 good arm, Scoop Bradshaw is back to his old self

Bradshaw dislocated his right elbow during Syracuse’s upset of then-No. 2 Clemson on Oct. 13 but only missed one game before playing through the injury. → Read More