Related Stories ONE DOWN: Syracuse overcomes early deficit, woes at faceoff X to beat Bryant in first round of NCAA tournamentDeep Syracuse attack proves overwhelming for Bryant in second halfMassa dominates faceoff X for BryantLamolinara shakes off early mistakes to shut out Bryant in 4th quarter Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 13, 2013 at 10:36 am Contact Jacob: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Jacob_Klinger_ UPDATED: May 14, 2013, 4:03 p.m.Syracuse head coach John Desko said on Tuesday he thinks Brendan Conroy and Ryan Palasek will miss Saturday’s NCAA quarterfinal against Yale.Their status for the rest of the tournament remains uncertain, Desko said.Conroy and Palasek missed Syracuse’s NCAA tournament win against Bryant Sunday night due to a violation of team rules, Desko said after his postgame press conference.Both players remain on the team, Desko said, though neither was on the sideline for SU’s 12-7 first-round victory.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textConroy is a freshman midfield faceoff specialist who likely would have played as the Orange tried four different players at the X, but won only one faceoff. Palasek is a freshman defender who’s played in five games this season, starting none.Syracuse will play Yale in the NCAA quarterfinals on Saturday at 3 p.m. in College Park, Md. Comments
Published on January 30, 2018 at 2:22 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @Sam4TR Syracuse freshman point guard Howard Washington is out for Wednesday’s game at Georgia Tech with a right leg injury, SU Athletics confirmed to The Daily Orange Tuesday.“He is still being evaluated,” a team spokesman said.Washington was injured at practice on Monday. While running during a drill, he fell and laid on the ground for more than five minutes, a team source told The Daily Orange.On Tuesday, Washington left the trainer’s room during practice on crutches with a large brace on his right leg.Junior transfer guard Braedon Bayer has been told he’ll likely play some minutes against Georgia Tech, a source told The Daily Orange. Bayer, who received a scholarship earlier this season after Geno Thorpe quit, came from Division III Grinnell College and has played three minutes this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLosing Washington is a big blow to a Syracuse team that cannot afford one. This stretch of the season — at GT, home against Virginia and at Louisville — is one of the most crucial for Syracuse because it offers a chance to pick up the road wins it lacked in being left out of the NCAA Tournament last season. The team is now down to two guards who have played more than three minutes this season. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
On the other side of the field will be the Guardians who are starting former Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin. His receivers will be Colby Pearson, Austin Duke and Mekale McKay. Starting at running back for New York will be Tim Cook.BattleHawks at RenegadesKickoff: 5 p.m. ETTV: ESPNLive Stream: WatchESPN and the ESPN AppThe BattleHawks gets a tough opening game on the road against one of the early favorites in the XFL. St. Louis will start Jordan Ta’amu at quarterback as he makes his first professional football debut in this game. His receivers will be De’Mornay Pierson-El, Alonzo Russell and L’Damian Washington. The running back will be former fantasy football favorite Christine Michael, and backing him up will be former Redskins rusher Matt Jones.The Renegades are led by quarterback Landry Jones. He suffered an injury in early January and has been working his way back, but it’s unclear if he’ll be ready to start in Week 1. If he can’t go, expect Philip Nelson to start. The wideouts on Dallas include Freddie Martino, Flynn Nagel and Jeff Badet. Starting at running back will be former Panthers player Cameron Artis-Payne. MORE XFL: Rules | Schedule | Uniforms | RostersEach team will play 10 regular season games — one game against a team from the opposing division (4) and two games against teams from your own division (6). Each week will feature two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday. The regular season starts on Feb. 8 and lasts until Apr. 12.Games will be aired on various ESPN, ABC and Fox networks throughout the year.Here’s everything you need to know about the XFL Week 1 games, including a full schedule with TV channels, start times and scores.MORE: XFL odds & predictions for Week 1XFL schedule Week 1: What games are on today?Here’s the full schedule for Week 1 of the XFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.Saturday, Feb. 8GameD.C. Defenders 31, Seattle Dragons 19Houston Roughnecks 37, Los Angeles Wildcats 17Sunday, Feb. 9 GameTimeTVTampa Bay Vipers at New York Guardians2 p.m. ETFoxSt. Louis BattleHawks at Dallas Renegades5 p.m. ETESPNMORE: XFL rules differences vs. NFL, explainedSaturday XFL games TV channels, live streamHere’s how to catch every game on Saturday.Dragons at DefendersKickoff: 2 p.m. ETTV: ABCLive stream: WatchESPN and the ESPN AppCardale Jones will be starting his XFL career off at home against fellow quarterback Brandon Silvers. The Defenders are one of the more hyped teams of the XFL, at least in the betting world. And on the other side, the Dragons are viewed as the weakest team with an over/under of 3.5 wins on the season, according to Bet Online.Starting at receiver for the Dragons are Kasen Williams, Austin Proehl and former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds. Starting at running back is AAF star Ja’Quan Gardner, and backing him up is former Chargers running back Kenneth Farrow. The Defenders have Malachi Dupre and DeAndre Thompkins starting at receiver with Jhurrel Pressley at running back.Wildcats at RoughnecksKickoff: 5 p.m. ETTV: FoxLive Stream: Fox Sports AppUnfortunately for us, the Wildcats will likely be without starting quarterback Josh Johnson. Johnson is a journeyman NFL quarterback who was actually wanted by the Lions this season after Matthew Stafford was hurt. Starting in his place for L.A. will be Charles Kanoff, who played college football at Princeton. His starting receivers will be Jordan Smallwood, Adonis Jennings and Nelson Spruce. Starting at running back for the Wildcats is Elijah Wood.The Roughnecks are led by P.J. Walker at quarterback. His starting receivers are Sammie Coates, Cam Phillips, Kahlil Lewis and Nick Holley. Starting at running back for Houston is Andre Williams, who was a finalist for the Heisman during his 2013 season at Boston College.MORE: How much do XFL players get paid?Sunday XFL games TV channels, live streamHere’s how to catch every game on SundayVipers at GuardiansKickoff: 2 p.m. ETTV: FoxLive Stream: Fox Sports AppThe Vipers will be on the road starting former Georgia star quarterback Aaron Murray. He’ll be throwing to starting receivers Dan Williams, Reece Horn and Jalen Tolliver. Starting at running back for Tampa Bay will be De’Veon Smith. The XFL is finally here … again.Vince McMahon’s initial attempt at the XFL back in 2001 only worked out for a single season, but there’s optimism that the league starting in 2020 will be different. The league is starting with eight teams split into two divisions. The East Division features the D.C. Defenders, New York Guardians, St. Louis BattleHawks and the Tampa Bay Vipers. The West Division features the Dallas Renegades, Houston Roughnecks, Los Angeles Wildcats and Seattle Dragons.