They fear losing federal funding
He made her count each strike…
Punished for 10 years of violations
‘I am honored to serve the citizens of the city of Syracuse’
Just Jim Boeheim keeping it real with Andy Katz
The school recently expelled a student for writing a Facebook post complaining about racism against white people.
Rutgers, Syracuse, UConn, Notre Dame try to become ‘New York City’s team’
Waking up on the wrong side of the bed - Post-Standard
Couple thrown from bed when alleged drunk driver crashes into their home
Last Tuesday, on a relatively cool night in Washington, a 21-year-old kid took the mound in Southeast DC and accomplished something that this town had not seen for a very long time: he delivered on hype
He’s obviously too good to be pitching in Triple A. Wednesday night, he threw 6 1/3 scoreless innings (that’s 18 1/3 scoreless at Triple A Syracuse)
Opinion: Arizona sucks - The Daily Caller
In America, there’s supposed to be a stark separation between sports and real life
Washington Nationals promoted #1 pick to Triple-A Syracuse
High stakes, tall-odds, last-second heaves and long-shot upsets—to some, March Madness represents one of the most exciting events on the calendar, and among the most heavily wagered on as well. But who’s talking about basketball? On Capitol Hill, more than a dozen competing energy and environmental proposals are in the process of making their final case to the committee, and gearing up for a furious race to the finish in 2010
An unlikely foursome heads to Indianapolis - Philadelphia Daily News
One could have made a reasonable case for each of the 2010 Final Four participants. What would have been difficult was to put all four of them on the floor Saturday in front of 71,300 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
But Kentucky overcame the early deficit with a swarming defense, spoiling all the fun at Cornell’s loudest and largest pep rally
Big East sifts through the wreckage - Philadelphia Inquirer
Villanova, a second seed, and Pittsburgh, a third seed, were bounced in the second round. Four teams went one-and-out, with Georgetown, a third seed, knocked out by 14th-seeded Ohio
Forgive those Ivy League guys for not knowing how to celebrate. After all, they’ve never experienced anything like this before. Then again, maybe they’re waiting for something bigger and better
Ohio had no shot to beat Georgetown. Robert Morris had no shot to beat Villanova. Why would you think otherwise?
Brent Hatley: NCAA Tournament predictions - The Daily Caller
The question everyone wants to know is: who is in your Final Four?