The Orange sits at 2-2 with a third of the season officially in the books. For a team that began the year seeking to capitalize on a fairly successful rookie campaign in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Syracuse has instead resembled a squad that can’t seem to get out of its own way.
Just a couple of days after in-state rival Seton Hall pulled off a major recruiting coup by landing Brooklyn Lincoln guard Isaiah Whitehead, Rutgers hosted a slew of young basketball talent for Saturday’s football game in which the Scarlet Knights beat Arkansas, 28-24.
Gulley was SU’s second leading rusher in 2012 (63.8 yards per game). In winning the Most Valuable Player award at the Pinstripe Bowl, Gulley gained 213 yards on 26 carries, caught five passes for 56 yards, and scored three touchdowns.
Prince-Tyson Gulley and Jerome Smith powered the Orange to 376 yards on the ground as Syracuse captured its second Pinstripe Bowl in two years, defeating West Virginia, 38-14, on a blustery, snowy day at Yankee Stadium.