Month: March 2011
Week in review (3/20): Tracing the origins of 3-goggles
Orange will face Marquette (again)
The last (and only) time Syracuse was in this position, the year was 1987 and Sherman Douglas was throwing alley-oops to Rony Seikaly. That year, the Orangemen advanced to the national title game to play the Indiana Hoosiers. But before SU even got there, it defeated Providence for the third time that season in the national semifinals game. That is to say, Syracuse met another Big East foe in the NCAA tournament.
Fair’s shot sinks Sycamores
Orange survive double overtime thriller against Johns Hopkins
A rare conference game in the NCAA tournament
Syracuse meets longtime rival Johns Hopkins in Dome today
Not particularly impressive, but a win nonetheless
This was a game Syracuse should have dominated and in many ways they did, leading for the final 38 minutes. But the Orange could never quite pull away from the scrappy Sycamores until late in the game. No win in the NCAA Tournament can be discredited but the Orange will need to play with a lot harder to advance any further.