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2016 Schedule
4-8, 6th in ACC - Atlantic
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Former 'Cuse player gets 10 years in stabbing

Former Syracuse football player Naesean Howard has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the stabbing attack on two of his former teammates last year.

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9dDavid M. Hale

ACC position rankings: Linebacker

The ACC will have an interesting mix of veterans and underclassmen at linebacker in 2017, with Virginia Tech's group looking like the best.

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14dDavid M. Hale

Instant impact recruit: Syracuse Orange

Markenzy Pierre already has enough size and strength to play quickly and will likely split time in the Orange backfield with Moe Neal.

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20dESPN.com

ACC leaders fare well in recruiting

Florida State, Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech hauled in top-25 recruiting classes. North Carolina and Louisville weren't too far behind.

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21dESPN RecruitingNation

Grading the 2017 ACC recruiting classes

Florida State and Clemson, as expected, dominated on the national signing day, but Mark Richt has Miami right on their heels.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the schools that voted against the proposal to ban offseason trips for practice during a vacation period: NC State, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Illinois, Michigan, South Carolina, Washington, West Virginia.

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48dESPN.com

Dino Babers involved in championship MegaCast

Syracuse head coach Dino Babers will take part in the Coaches Film Room on ESPNEWS during the College Football Playoff National Championship.

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50dAndrea Adelson

All hail the ACC, the new king of bowl season

For years, the ACC fought the idea that it wasn't on par with the SEC or Big Ten. But its 2016 bowl record is further proof the landscape has changed.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Luginbill breaks down Syracuse quarterback commit and No. 135 overall prospect Tommy DeVito during Day 1 of Under Armour All-America Game practices

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

While Washington State did announce three midterm junior-college signings Wednesday, including No. 11 offensive tackle Robert Valencia of City College of San Francisco, not all of the news was positive. The Cougars lost a commitment from George Moore, the No. 39 player in the ESPN JC 50 and their third highest ranked recruit in the 2017 class. Moore, a three-star offensive tackle out of College of San Mateo, has become a hot target with recruiters lately and now has offers from Arizona State, Oregon State, Fresno State, Missouri, Purdue, San Diego State, Syracuse and Utah State.

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