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Re: Syracuse-Texas

Is this the definition of insanity?
In case you haven't heard, Syracuse is looking to add Texas to its 2008 schedule. I penned some comments concerning the intention over at the Syracuse FanHouse. Excerpts can be seen below with an accompanying link.

Syracuse is officially "cruisin' for a bruisin'."

In a submission published last Sunday, Syracuse Post-Standard staff writer Donnie Webb notes that Syracuse intends to add the University of Texas to its 2008 schedule:

Syracuse-Texas: An Ingenious Orange Decision

While less glamorous than an ultra-aggressive mentality, the "walk before you run" movement is picking up momentum in the Salt City.

As noted yesterday, Syracuse intends to add the University of Texas to its 2008 football schedule. Tentatively scheduled as a home affair, Texas will complete the Orange's already unyielding out-of-conference slate of Akron, Notre Dame, Penn State, and Northwestern.

Dave Rahme, staff writer for the Syracuse Post-Standard, notes today that Syracuse's decision to meet Texas on the gridiron smacks of poor judgment. In pertinent part, Rahme argues:

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