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9:48 pm
Sat October 19, 2013

SU Crushed By Georgia Tech 56-0

SU WR Jarrod West attempts to run forward in the wet conditions against Georgia Tech
Credit syracuse.com, 2013

ATLANTA, GA - Syracuse (3-4, 1-2) was throttled 56-0 to Georgia Tech (4-3, 3-2) at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday. The Orange offense struggled to get off the ground, amassing just 75 total rushing yards and 133 passing yards. SU head coach Scott Shafer was most frustrated with his team's inability to stay disciplined.

"Too many penalties today," coach Shafer said, in reference to his team's nine infractions for 91 yards. "We need to mature quickly as a team, but it starts with me."

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Sports
7:39 pm
Sat October 19, 2013

Andrea Adelson talks ACC Football with Jarret Leist and Matt Appel

Andrea Adelson of ESPN spoke to Jarret Leist and Matt Appel about where Syracuse stands in the ACC, the rise of Miami football and settles the debate of who's the better team in the conference, Florida State or Clemson.

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PUBLIC TRANSIT
4:12 pm
Fri October 18, 2013

Would You Take a Train to Work?

The Centro Hub located in Downtown Syracuse
Credit Courtesy Centro

A group of people imagined a different Syracuse Friday morning where workers use public transportation to get around the city instead of driving to work on their own. 

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Downtown Committee Recruitment
11:57 am
Fri October 18, 2013

The Future of Downtown Syracuse Retail Gets a Glimpse of Recent Success Stories

Café Kubal's downtown location
Credit Downtown Committee

People who might want to open up shop in Syracuse got the red carpet treatment from the Downtown Committee Thursday.  The Downtown Committee’s Retail Recruitment event is hoping to capitalize on recent changes. 

One group of would-be business owners gathered at Cafe Kubal and saw the brisk business of the cappuccino makers and coffee purveyors in the relatively new business. 

COOPERSTOWN BUSINESS OWNER FINDS SYRACUSE BECOMING MORE ATTRACTIVE

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Local News
7:10 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

Suspects Arrested in Stabbing Death of 65-year-old Syracuse Man

A crime scene in Syracuse
Credit Syracuse Police Benevolent Association

Four teenagers were arrested this week in connection with the murder of Marvin Bryant. Bryant was robbed on Monday night on South Salina street and stabbed twice in the back. He was rushed to Upstate University Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Syracuse Police Department Chief Frank Fowler says that evidence gathered from the scene suggests that Bryant was forcefully robbed of his wallet by Tony Comer 10 to 15 minutes prior to the stabbing.

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