Welcome to hump day, here's what's happening. As always, if you have a link or something you want us to see, send it to the e-mail address over to your right.
For the beleaguered Syracuse fan base, the Post Standard has a full recap of what went down on at Big East Media Day. Please put down any sharp objects before digging in. We will most likely dive in with some snarky comments once the indigestion dies down.
The Daily Orange has an account of media day as well.
Here's the Scout story on media day.
Here's some news regarding which football games will be televised this year.
Here's one fan's list of all-time Orangemen, take a look if you're bored. Some of it is decent, but the last time I checked it was Tebucky and he played safety for one year at the cuse, not corner.
Here's a media day report from a Rutgers blog - eventually they take some shots at SU. Thank you Greg Robinson, you've sunk the program so low Rutgirls can legitimately mock us.
Donte Greene has been traded again, he's now headed to Sacramento as part of a deal that will send Ron Artest to Houston. Greene has been traded twice already, and in discussing the trade, Bud quotes Horace Greeley and thinks it will be a good thing for Donte (I think he thinks that, the column was less than clear).
Syracuse basketball recruit James Southerland will need another year before showing up on the hill according to Mike Waters. The team is well stocked at his position, so waiting a year isn't a big deal.
In baseball, the Orioles continue to beat up on the Yankees (WTF???) while the Mets beat the Marlins.
Meanwhile, the Angels acquired Mark Teixeira from the Braves, so the strong get stronger. That was a nice move on their part.
Blah, blah, blah, Brett Favre news is spinning up the Jets and their fans.
And I'll leave you with some odd ball stories I lifted from the Big Lead - if you own a 44 pound cat, there are some people looking for you - and don't fill your car with jet fuel.
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