What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.
A blind man walks into a bar and says “ouch.”
‘Cuse football is going to a bowl game this season.
All cheesy jokes.
The Fizz believes Tyrek Cheeseboro is no punchline. Cheeseboro is a class of 2010 receiving standout at Millford Mill Prep in Baltimore and has seven offers on the table. Syracuse is in the mix alongside most of the Big East, plus Maryland and Virginia.
While The Fizz will refrain from dubbing him The Big Cheese (6’0″, 175 pounds,) we might tab him Swiss Beatz for his ability to find holes in opponents zone coverage.
The speedy wideout (read 40-yard dash in the mid 4.5’s) is a major deep threat and averaged more than 20 yards per catch this past season.
He also runs the reverse pretty well in his schools’s spread-offense.
Syracuse is in the mix alongside most of the Big East, plus Maryland and Virginia.
Imagine September 2011, L.A. Coliseum, junior Ryan Nassib drops back, looks deep, fires a perfect spiral fifty yards downfield for Cheeseboro to beat USC for the game winner…
The team dogpiles Cheeseboro, the 400 Orange fans in attendance go wild and Dr. Gross gives a thumbs up to Pete Carroll for referring Groobers once upon a time.
Sorry, one last cheesy joke.
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Twitter strikes again with breaking news.
SU walk-on punter Malcolm Conway is ditching the hill for Temple.
Who to report the news but his father, via the hippest social networking system in the last twenty minutes.
Conway was in an incredibly rare position on the Syracuse roster.He was actually behind an excellent player on the depth chart in Rob Long.
Not to mention being a walk-on for a Greg Robinson team.