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first_imgSyracuse (4-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) kicks off at Florida State (2-5, 2-4) at 12:20 p.m. from Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. FSU, which was ranked No. 3 in the preseason Top 25, lost its quarterback Deondre Francois in the season-opener against Alabama and is now trying to salvage a lost season. The Orange head to Florida off a bye while the Seminoles try to collect themselves after a 35-3 loss at Boston College earlier this season.Tomer Langer (5-3)Feeling at homeSyracuse 31, FSU 17Syracuse hasn’t won away from the Carrier Dome all season. It has played very stiff competition though: LSU, NC State and Miami. FSU has talent on its roster, but at going through a lost season and looking like it quit in a blowout loss to Boston College. I think Syracuse takes advantage of a hapless FSU team and comes away with its first road win.Joe Bloss (5-3)Kick ‘em while they’re downSyracuse 31, FSU 27Welcome back after the bye week. The time off will serve SU quite well and the Orange will use the fresh legs to get its first win on the road and send FSU further into its downward spiral since starting the season as the nation’s third ranked team. Eric Dungey, who looked all sorts of banged up at the end of the Miami game and said he spent most of last week sleeping, will be a major benefactor of the extra rest time. He will not throw for four interceptions in one half. That bowl bid is sneaking up.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMatthew Gutierrez (4-4)BreakoutSyracuse 27, FSU 21The bye week should prove to have benefited SU significantly. The returns of Kendall Coleman and Scoop Bradshaw provide a boost to the defense, not that it needed one. Against a plunging FSU team with no identity, Syracuse pulls out with its fifth win of the season. The Orange has not beaten FSU since the teams’ first meeting in 1966. That changes Saturday. Comments Published on November 4, 2017 at 11:30 am Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


first_img Published on March 24, 2018 at 2:06 am Contact Charlie: [email protected] | @charliedisturco Facebook Twitter Google+ OMAHA, Neb. — Sitting in the chair in front of his locker, Oshae Brissett discussed the future of his college career minutes after Syracuse’s run ended in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.“As of right now in my mind,” he said, “I’m coming back next year for another season.”Brissett broke out during his freshman season for the No. 11 seed Orange (23-14, 8-10 Atlantic Coast), one that ended on Friday night in a 69-65 loss to No. 2 seed Duke (29-7, 13-5) at CenturyLink Center. He finished the loss with 15 points, seven rebounds and a pair of steals on 5-of-15 shooting. In just one season, the forward that ranks sixth in the country in minutes per game has grown into a playmaker both in the paint and from beyond the arc. But along with his marginal improvements offensively, Brissett’s draft stock has also seen a similar jump.“You obviously hear it when people tag you in stuff,” Brissett said. “Whole lot of draft boards … It is tough because I’m always on my phone but I just try to forget about it and think about what I have in front of me, which is this team.”Brissett, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward, finished his freshman season averaging 14.9 points and a team-high 8.8 rebounds per game. He often attacked the paint and drew multiple fouls per game — he went 5-for-6 from the charity stripe Friday —  and even finished first on the team with a 33-percent clip from 3.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNot a highly-touted recruit, Brissett found himself outside the Top 100 in 247sports.com’s and ESPN’s Class of 2017 rankings. But the do-it-all freshman quickly became an integral part of the Orange’s rotation, especially as the season progressed.“Oshae has grown so much just from the summer to now,” SU sophomore Tyus Battle said. “It’s been a lot of hard work especially with coach (Adrian Autry) … Just to see him in the Tournament averaging 18 and 10, it’s amazing.”Against Clemson, in a must-win game, Brissett finished with a team-high 17 points. He added six rebounds, three blocks and a pair of steals in the 55-52 win. Then, after Syracuse made the NCAA Tournament, he exploded for a game-high 23 points and 12 rebounds on 7-of-15 shooting to lift SU over Arizona State in a play-in game.Brissett has grown from a new freshman into a veteran in Syracuse’s seven-man rotation. And with three prospects joining the Orange next year, Brissett will likely need to step up as a sophomore leader.“The guys that are coming in next year,” Brissett said, “I feel like I need to educate them and let them know a lot about how the season should be.” Commentslast_img read more


first_imgJackie Crossan Premier Division Reports 03/02/2013Clonmany Shamrocks 2-2 Moville CelticMoville got off to a dream start in the opening minute after a loose ball broke to PJ Barr and he fired a stunning twenty five yards effort to the top corner past keeper Michael Devlin.Devlin done well then on 14 minutes to claw away a Joe Doherty free which looked destined for the top corner.Clonmany grew into the game with John Grant finding Steve Harkin with a crossfield pass and when he crossed Jason Devlin saw his close range volley brilliantly saved by Sean McGuinness.Clonmany equalised on the stroke of half time when Jason Devlin saw his effort parried by McGuinness and with Marty Doherty ready to pounce he was pushed allowing keeper Michael Devlin to make the long run up the field to convert the penalty.On the stroke of half time Harkin fed Doherty on the edge of the area and he curled an effort just past the angle of the post and bar.Moville created the first chance of the second half when Shaun Doherty released Nigel McMonagle but he fired just past the far post as keeper Devlin advanced.Clonmany went very close on 56 minutes after Marty Doherty fed Harkin whose shot was parried by McGuinness before Alan Orr made an amazing goal line clearance.Play swung to the other end but Joe Doherty’s effort was saved by Devlin. Clonmany’s Paul Mclaughlin was inches away with an audacious attempted chip from half way which had McGuinness scrambling backwards before the same player beat a defender but curled his effort just wide.Moville thought they had won it when they had retaken the lead on 82 minutes after substitute Ryan McClenaghan had collected a clearance and his cross shot sailed over Devlin in the home goal.But Clonmany hit back and with three minutes remaining claimed a point when Marty Doherty despatched a free kick from the edge of the area past the wall and into the bottom corner.  Glengad United 2-1 Aileach FC Played in windy conditions at the Crua the home side had the advantage in the opening period but struggled to take advantage.On 15 minutes Patrick McDermott flashed a free kick narrowly wide before five minutes later John McDaid fired a superb free kick past Conor Carlin from twenty yards on the half hour.They increased their lead just before the interval when another free kick by Paul McLaughlin found the net despite Carlin getting a hand to it.Aileach then got a goal back on the hour mark when Gavin Doherty headed past Martin McLaughlin following a corner.Aileach exerted a bit of pressure then and forced a few corners but the home home defence stood firm.With Aileach pushing the gaps started to appear and when McDaid released McLaughlin he fired over the top.McDaid then released John G McLaughlin but he too fired wide.  Carn FC 4-1 Culdaff FC The home side started this game much the better with Adam Byrne firing over from twenty five yards before Gerard McEleney headed a Matthew Byrne corner over the top.They took the lead on 15 minutes after a Michael Byrne through ball deflected off a defender into the path of Shane Doherty who fired low past Darragh McLaughlin from sixteen yards.Culdaff replied and Brian McGonigle headed over from a corner before at the other end Cathal Doherty fired wide when well placed.Carn increased their lead on 33 minutes when Shane Doherty fed Daniel McLaughlin to beat two defenders before he drilled past McLaughlin from fifteen yards.Culdaff upped the tempo before the break with Brendan McLaughlin shooting wide from a good position before he fed Conor O Brien but his low effort was well saved by Gerard Crossan.They started the second period well and reduced the deficit on 52 minutes when Mclaughlin’s inswinging free came off a defender past Crossan. But Carn hit back within minutes and after Michael Byrne threaded a ball through for McGonagle, and the home defence appealing in vain for offside, he ran clear to lob the advancing McLaughlin.Another Mclaughlin free broke to O Brien but he fired narrowly wide from twenty yards before Carn got a fourth on 65 minutes when Shane Doherty fed McGonagle and he fired low to the net from sixteen yards.Both substitute Matthew McLaughlin and Michael Byrne were off target with late efforts. Jackie Crossan Premier DivisionPPtsGlengad1129Redcastle1222Moville918Carn1017Aileach1115Culdaff1214Clonmany713Illies127Cockhill *120* points deductedINISHOWEN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: EVERY MATCH REPORT FROM THE JACKIE CROSSAN PREMIER LEAGUE was last modified: February 3rd, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:aileachcarnclonmanyculdaffGlengadINISHOWEN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: EVERY MATCH REPORT FROM THE JACKIE CROSSAN PREMIER LEAGEmovillelast_img read more