For the past 12 years, The Big Orange/The Juice publications have been the ultimate source for Syracuse University sports as we have covered all the happenings on the hill in football, basketball, lacrosse, olympic sports and recruiting. We recently partnered up with Citadel Publishing and the Insiders.com and will not only have a print publication available to Syracuse fans, but an on-line service as well.
Each day you can get your daily dose of SU sports, right here at this site and each month you can get the Juice Magazine which will provide in-depth coverage of Syracuse University athletics. Each full-color glossy magazine is jam-packed with features, profiles and columns on the Orangemen football and basketball programs, recruiting and olympic sports.
The magazine will complement our quick hitting news updates, which will include press conference information, recruiting updates, features, news and notes, question and answer sessions with coaches, players and potential recruits, game previews and recaps plus much, much more. We encourage you to post your thoughts on our message boards and if there's any questions that you would like answered pertaining to SU sports, we will do our best in answering them.
We have an incredible subscription special going on right now where you can purchase a year's subscription to The Juice (10 issues) and get Total Access to SyracuseInsiders.com & Scout, SyracuseInsiders.com Members-Only Message Boards, Total Access to all TheInsiders.com Websites, a free TheInsiders.com Recruiting Yearbook Subscription and 12 months / 26 issues of ESPN The Magazine for only $99.95. See order here (to the left).
Hurry this offer will end soon. Our first print publication will be out in a few weeks. We will take a look at the state of SU football-it is a program at a crossroads, preview the offense and defense, feature quarterback R.J. Anderson, sit down and talk to SU head football coach Paul Pasqualoni in a question and answer session. In addition, we will take a look at some of the hot prospects on the SU football recruiting front and see what head basketball coach Jim Boeheim and his National Champion Orangemen have been up to these past few months, fresh off the school's first-ever title. We will also take a look ahead to the upcoming hoop season, as Boeheim and his assistants once again will be bringing in a stellar recruiting class.
In the meantime, while you wait for that first print issue to come out, stop by here each day for your daily dose of SU sports. While our print publication has been the ultimate source for SU sports the past 12 years, it is our goal in the very near future to make our site the ultimate site for SU sports, where Syracuse fans can talk about their favorite Orangemen teams.
Judy Salamone, Editor
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