101.5 Seconds of Sports March 11th
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The Syracuse Men's Basketball team is the # 2 seed in this week's ACC Tournament, and will play Friday at 7pm against either North Carolina State, Miami or Virginia Tech. Follow Syracuse's Post-Season run on Oldies 101.5.

The ACC announced their All-Conference teams yesterday. Syracuse's CJ Fair was named to the First Team, Tyler Ennis to the Second Team and Jerami Grant was given Honorable Mention.

The Orange are # 11 in this week's Associated Press Men's Basketball poll. Florida, Wichita State, Villanova, Arizona and Louisville are the top 5 this week.

The SUNY Cortland Baseball team beat RPI and Franklin & Marshall yesterday on day 2 of their Florida trip. The Red Dragons pounded out 33 hits en route to a 13-0 shutout win over RPI and a 13-3 win over Franklin & Marshall. Cortland plays Penn State Abington today.

The SUNY Cortland Softball team fell to Montclair State 3-0 then rallied back to knock off Simpson 6-5. The 4-1 Red Dragons take on  Catholic and Muskingum today.

The Syracuse Women's Lacrosse team suffered their first loss this season yesterday. The Orange were upended by Maryland 12-10.

After parting ways yesterday with Cornerback Antonio Cromartie, the New York Jets have now released Wide Receiver Santonio Holmes . The latest move frees up another 8.25 million dollars in salary cap space.

Meanwhile, former Jet Darrelle Revis is on the trading block again. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are shopping Revis with the hope of cutting a deal which would save them 1.5 million dollars in a roster bonus to Revis. If no trade is reached, the Bucs are expected to release Revis prior to a 4pm deadline tomorrow. If Revis is still on the Tampa Bay Roster at that time, he gets the money and the Jets will receive a third round draft pick instead of a fourth round pick they got in the trade.

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