Week in Sports: Basketball practice, digital recruiting and more

first_img Published on October 12, 2015 at 12:14 am Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse football’s ugly lossBefore the game, The Daily Orange posted a poll asking readers if they thought Syracuse football had a chance to be bowl eligible this season. After the game, after the South Florida onslaught and 45-24 Syracuse loss, there was disappointment on Twitter.More: Full coverage from The Daily Orange on Syracuse-USFRecruiting in the digital ageWhen 17-year-old Moe Neal walked through the Carrier Dome and was stopped by a 37-year-old Orange fan, known as “Cuse44Life” on Twitter, it was represented what college football recruiting has become in the digital age.More: Syracuse football recruits face new realities from fans, coaches in digital ageBasketball practice observationsProvidence transfer 7-foot-2 Paschal Chukwu protected the rim, Mike Hopkins coached in a neck brace and Malachi Richardson flashed potential.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMore: Syracuse basketball practice: Paschal Chukwu and other Tuesday observationsEating snacks, assisting on goalsJulian Buescher couldn’t stop eating while playing in Syracuse’s soccer game against Albany last week. It seemed to work as he ended up assisting on Ben Polk’s game-winning goal.More: Julian Buescher revitalized in 2nd half by in-game snacks and GatoradeBalancing fatherhood and footballLinfield College quarterback Sam Riddle became a father and left to play football in North Dakota. After one month, he made a long trip home. Now, with one of Division III’s best offenses, he’s leading the Wildcats while living in a new duplex with his wife and son.More: Sam Riddle manages parenthood while quarterbacking Linfield College Commentslast_img

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