Doug Marrone was visibly frustrated at Big East Media Day. We break down what it means for ’12.
The Watertown product was hoping to join the Orange but never felt mutual interest.
Syracuse’s biggest target joins Fizz Radio to discuss how things have changed on his recruiting battle.
Here’s which current Nittany Lions the Orange could have its eye on.
Many PSU supporters still do not want to admit any wrong doing for their favorite school and coach.
Brooklyn’s “Lights Out” DB discusses his visit to Storrs and PSU is off his list.
This is the time fans, media and the school can rise higher than Penn State chose to.
SU and Penn State are tied historically at the hip, and the comparison of Joe and Jim is interesting.
The DT/FB is making heads turn and chooses SU over Penn State and Pitt.
The Monster from Rochester is still on the SU radar, although things have gotten a little tougher for him.
Jones has a soft verbal to Penn State, but his coach says he hasn’t made a decision yet.
The Fizz and Papa Williams find peace, while the Irish are the big winners.
Shaun Williams was just stating fact and complementing Notre Dame.
“How dare you question my priorities? Give me a freaking break.”
Recruit still deciding as Tom Bradley (left) stays put while Mark Whipple is hired at UConn.
Shaun Williams wants his son to be a “household name across America.” Uh oh.
Team Ishaq has gotten very good at being diplomatic in their approach.
The commitment will likely wait until Larry Johnson either follows or stays.
Team Fizz asks what exactly is swirling around in Williams’ head right now?
Plus, a rip job of the All-American Bowl’s tedious and awkward commitments.
The latest news on the unfolding saga of New York’s prep superstar.
Fizz source says Penn State has been eliminated from the final three.
We create the Ishaq I-Team to analyze his campus visits.
Can Marrone pull off a Christmas miracle? It’s down to SU, ND and PSU. Woah.
Can the Orange beat out Penn State and Tennessee for Wasonga?
We discuss local product Travis Eman and debate the Meadowlands Decision.
In six years, Syracuse will play four games in Jersey. And that’s a good thing.
New York State’s top available football prospect has decided his future was as a Nittany Lion.