Who should the Syracuse Chiefs and Crunch honor next? First, we asked you which ex-Syracuse University basketball players deserved to have their jerseys honored next at the Carrier Dome. Next, we asked which former SU football and men's lacrosse players deserved the nod. Now we turn our attention to the AHL's Syracuse Crunch and Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs. The Crunch are approaching their 24th season in Syracuse but have honored just one former player with a banner, enforcer John Badduke.
Which SU football and lacrosse players should have their jerseys honored? Who should have their jerseys honored next by Syracuse University? Syracuse.com's Mike Waters recently posed that question for basketball, asking who should be added to the 12 names already honored in the Carrier Dome. Taking the ball from Mike, let's expand that conversation to include Syracuse University Football and Men's Lacrosse.
Syracuse, N.Y. --The note stood out on what is usually a routine email from Syracuse University Athletics highlighting the 2017 training camp schedule for the football team. Orange Fanfest, which was cancelled last year due to inclement weather, will provide SU fans plenty of opportunity for interaction, autographs and fun (bounce houses!) What FanFest appears not to include this year is, well, football.
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