The Final Word: Syracuse upsets No. 6 Florida State, 82-72

first_imgMORE COVERAGEJohn Gillon delivers when Syracuse needs it most in upset of No. 6 Florida StateSyracuse pulls off 82-72 upset of No. 6 Florida State for 1st signature win of seasonFan reactions from Syracuse’s upset victory over No. 6 Florida StateWhat we learned from Syracuse’s 82-72 victory over No. 6 Florida State Comments Our beat writers Connor Grossman and Matt Schneidman discuss Syracuse’s (13-9, 5-4 Atlantic Coast) 82-72 victory over No. 6 Florida State (18-4, 6-3). It was SU’s first victory over a Top 10 opponent in the Carrier Dome since December 2013. Published on January 28, 2017 at 5:38 pm Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

Mourinho singing Terry’s praises.

first_imgCesc Fabergas got Chelsea’s second goal last night. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes captain John Terry is playing just as well now as during his first spell in charge.The former England skipper scored within two minutes of his side’s 2-nil win over Stoke – which gave them a three point lead at the top of the Premier League for Christmas.Terry’s now scored in 15 successive top flight seasons.last_img

Tommy Morrison dies at 44

first_imgFormer WBO heavyweight champion Tommy Morrison died in an Omaha, Neb., hospital late Sunday night. He was 44.Morrison’s longtime promoter, Tony Holden, said Morrison died at 11:50 p.m. with his wife Trisha beside him.Morrison tested positive for HIV in 1996 before a fight with Arthur Weathers, effectively ending his boxing career. In the years that followed, he denied having HIV and also challenged the existence of the virus.Trisha Morrison, who married him in 2011, picked up that fight, and in a recent interview with insisted that Morrison had Guillain-Barre Syndrome, not HIV.Holden declined to comment Monday on the cause of Morrison’s death.“I don’t know what the official cause of death at the hospital will be,” he said. “You prepare for things like this, and still you feel like you got hit by a truck when you hear the news.”last_img read more