Triche, Joseph Lead Syracuse Past LouisvilleBrandon Triche scored 18 points, Kris Joseph added 11 in the final home game of his career, and second-ranked Syracuse beat No. 19 Louisville 58-49 on Saturday.
Syracuse Holds Off West Virginia 63-61Brandon Triche had 18 points, including a pair of free throws that broke the final tie with 88 seconds left, and No. 3 Syracuse beat West Virginia 63-61 on Saturday.
Joseph, Syracuse Hold Off Marquette 73-66 Kris Joseph scored 17 points, Brandon Triche added 16, and top-ranked Syracuse remained unbeaten with a gritty 73-66 victory over No. 20 Marquette on Saturday.
Joseph, Syracuse Beat Fordham In Season OpenerKris Joseph scored 16 points, Dion Waiters added 14 and No. 5 Syracuse beat Fordham 78-53 on Saturday in their season opener.
Big East Tournament: UConn, Syracuse Ready For RematchJim Boeheim certainly hasn't forgotten that magical game at MSG two years ago. Neither have Kris Joseph, Rick Jackson and the rest of the Syracuse players who were on the floor that night. How could they? How could anybody?
Heading Into MSG, No. 11 Syracuse Orange On A Roll Swoon? What swoon? Syracuse point guard Scoop Jardine and the rest of the No. 11 Orange have forgotten all about an uncharacteristic skid that began in mid-January and sent them from No. 3 to No. 17 in a span of two weeks.
Seton Hall Crushes No. 9 Syracuse, 90-68Jim Boeheim just stared at the Carrier Dome court that bears his name. Another game was slipping away from his Orange and he was out of answers.
Undefeated Syracuse Overwhelms St. John'sKris Joseph scored 18 points and No. 4 Syracuse remained undefeated with a 76-59 victory over St. John's at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.
Red Storm Could Crack Top 25 With Win Over SyracuseThe only regular-season meeting with St. John's would appear to be an ideal chance to keep Syracuse's unbeaten streak going. The improved Red Storm, however, will likely provide a much stiffer challenge this time.
Orange Reloaded And Ready To GoSyracuse's Jim Boeheim is in a good place as he starts his 35th season as coach at his alma mater — he has a seemingly endless well of talent.