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Farewell, Big East

Today marks the final day of Big East Conference membership for Syracuse University. It also marks the final day of the Big East as a football conference. After today, everything changes.

We'll miss you, Big East. It was fun. You take care of yourself now, you hear?

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Our Annual Summer Post

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It's that time again. Actually a little later than usual with the lacrosse team making it to Memorial Day, which is never a bad thing. But now all the college sports are done for the year, and we have a couple months of not much going on. Therefore Orange::44 is announcing its annual summer sabbatical. We'll come back if anything newsworthy happens as always. You know, like someone getting arrested. I'll be back now and then with some summertime reading probably. And we'll definitely be back in August to talk about football and prepare you for the first season of Syracuse in the ACC. We've yet to decide how we're doing that, but we have a little time to figure that out. John and I will be enjoying the summer. You should too. And as always check us out on the Tweets.

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