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  1. Big East lunchtime links

    Brian Bennett

    UConn appears close to hiring Mark Whipple as its next head coach. Syracuse could be more athletically gifted next year, but can the inexperienced Orange thrive? Rob Long will begin new treatment for his brain tumor on Thursday. Todd Graham cause...

    Blog | January 12, 2011
  2. Syracuse's Rob Long needs more treatment

    Brian Bennett

    Syracuse punter Rob Long will need further treatment on his brain tumor after doctors found malignant cells in the area during a follow-up Monday. Long had surgery Dec. 14 to remove what was described as a benign tumor. He was hopeful then that th...

    Blog | December 21, 2010
  3. Syracuse's Rob Long recovering well

    Brian Bennett

    Some good news from Syracuse, where senior punter Rob Long is recovering after successful surgery to remove a benign brain tumor. Long was diagnosed with the tumor on Dec. 2 after complaining for weeks about headaches and discomfort. He had surger...

    Blog | December 17, 2010
  4. Big East lunchtime links

    Brian Bennett

    Syracuse punter Rob Long isn't letting a brain tumor get him down. Ryan Lichtenstein will handle punting duties for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. Randy Edsall should be a hot commodity on the coaching market, and he's got a very attractive buyout...

    Blog | December 07, 2010
  5. Good and scary news for Syracuse

    Brian Bennett

    First, the scary. Syracuse punter Rob Long will miss the New Era Pinstripe Bowl game because he needs surgery to remove a benign brain tumor, school officials announced. Syracuse said told trainers he had been experiencing headaches for the pas...

    Blog | December 06, 2010
  6. Big East lunchtime links

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Great story from the Cincinnati Enquirer's Bill Koch about the Bearcats adopting Mitch Stone, an 11-year-old boy who's battling a brain tumor. "He's given us so much strength he doesn't even know about and we're ...

    Blog | September 03, 2009