The Fizz Five returns with its keys to a victory over Villanova
We predict the Orange's W-L record this season. Crazy, or right on the money?
Your takeaways for the season opener against Villanova.
Special teams may be something special this year.
Where will we see improvements and regressions this season?
Can the Orange enter ACC play undefeated?
Syracuse is predicted to have a mediocre season and have no bowl appearance.
How will Edouard develop as a QB while he misses training?
After surprising fans by going 7-6 and winning a bowl game, Orange football is set for great development.
Which four games will be key for the Orange?
More continuity in this year's unit means a faster-paced offense.
Syracuse pads its non-conference schedule in light of brutal conference matchups.
While the Orange should capitalize on Terrel Hunt's athleticism.
The Orange can take advantage of several ACC preseason factors.
Shafer wants people to show up—and that's reflected in this season's football ticket market.
Syracuse basketball led the nation in attendance this past season. Will it continue for 2014?
There are a few things we can reasonably expect from Shafer's second year with the Orange.
The secondary struggled in ACC play last year. Will the Orange be better prepared for 2014?
Gbinije, Coleman and a handful of new recruits can help out Syracuse's three-man loss.
Terrel Hunt will be the face of Syracuse this season, but who will be his supporting cast?
What should you take from the Orange's big football announcement yesterday?
The Fizz breaks down what you improvements you can expect at the April 19 spring game.
Both players have had less-than-ideal careers at Syracuse, despite high expectations.
Kaleb Joseph, Michael Gbinije emerge as potential Ennis replacements for next season.
Kaleb Joseph has big shoes to fill in as Syracuse's likely starting point guard next season.
Chris McCullough will have to step up when he steps in for the Orange in 2014.