Syracuse Lands ECU Transfer Elijah Hughes

East Carolina shooting guard Elijah Hughes will transfer to Syracuse, he announced on Thursday. This decision comes after Hughes toured campus with Jim Boeheim and associate head coach Adrian Autry yesterday. Consequently, he cancelled his visit to Iona, which was scheduled for Saturday. The 6’6” guard comes off a season in

Syracuse Upsets Florida State 82-72

The struggling Syracuse Orange shocked the basketball world on Saturday with their miraculous upset of the #6 Florida State Seminoles. Coming off a victory over Wake Forest, the Orange came out swinging in the first half against the Seminoles. They starting the game off playing better than they have all season.

Syracuse Edges Out Victory Over Wake Forest

In their last two games (losses to North Carolina and Notre Dame), Syracuse’s traditionally dominate 2-3 zone defense, to put it simply, was terrible. Unfortunately, this inefficient defense continued for most of the game Tuesday night against Wake Forest. The Orange, in the first half, looked like the same team that

Wisconsin Beats Syracuse in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

Despite Syracuse's size advantage, the Wisconsin Badgers gave a clinic on how to beat a zone when they handedly beat Syracuse 77-60 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday evening. Point-guard Bronson Koenig went 6 of 9 from beyond the arc. Vitto Brown and D'Mitrik Trice both added two three-pointers as

2016 ACC vs. Big Ten Challenge Preview

Every year, the ACC is put up against the Big Ten for bragging rights as the better basketball conference. Although the ACC had dominated prior to the Big Ten's first win in 2009 (after 10 ACC wins to start the Challenge), the Big Ten has now either tied or won

CPP Podcast: ACC Preview

We are back and better than ever with our Sunday posting podcast. This week we will breakdown the ACC. Thanks to ACC contributors Brett Siegel, Chris Broderick, and Logan Daugherity for giving their opinions of each ACC team for this year. Be sure to follow us on twitter @edupridepress to

ACC Conference Standings Prediction

We polled our student writers to get their projected ACC standings for this year. Check out to see where your favorite team is projected to finish. 1 Duke 2 North Carolina 3 Virginia 4 Louisville 5 Syracuse 6 Virginia Tech 7 Notre Dame 8 Miami 9 NC State 10 Clemson 11 Florida State 12 Pitt 13 Wake Forest 14 Georgia Tech 15 Boston College