Syracuse runner Justyn Knight won the first individual men's cross country national championship in the school's history on Saturday. Running in cold weather in Louisville, Knight out-raced a pair of runners from defending national champion Northern Arizona to the finish line. Knight ran with the lead pack throughout the race, sitting just behind the leader as the group dwindled from six to four to two.
Arizona State coach Todd Graham said he isn't necessarily feeling end-of-season pressure to get bowl eligible, but he'd like for his seniors to go out with a postseason.The Sun Devils are 5-5 overall and 4-3 in the Pac-12 with two games to go. The first chance to reach six wins is Saturday at Oregon State (1-9, 0-7). "The pressure would have been to beat USC, UCLA and win the conference championship," Graham said about qualifying for the postseason.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- There are few phrases in sports more overused than "must-win game," but the Syracuse football team can finally use the term accurately. The Orange doesn't have any reasonable chance at a bowl without winning its final two games of the season. Louisville's offense leads the ACC in points per game. Boston College has the league's most productive running back.
Thanksgiving airing of the grievances: Multiple e-mails already from older Syracuse fans angry that basketball games aren't on traditional cable television. I hear you folks. And I expect to hear from more of you tomorrow.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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