One stop source for all information in planning to visit any football school in the Atlantic Coast Conference and a few other lucky schools.
Outstanding job on putting together the information on Syracuse! Very detailed, very complete.
Tex, great job with this site. Nice graphics, thorough analysis of tailgate options, eateries, hotspots and other game day activities.The Syracuse area Chamber of Commerce should pay for your season tickets.
I agree--the USF info is excellent. One suggestion: your map of the stadium is turned 90^ and there is very difficult for me to figure out and I live here. Could you get up to be north?
Annymous: I'm not real good on html yet. I'll see if I can figure out how to do it. TM
I just noticed all the links for ONTrack are not working...I'll try to find out why. TM
Called the corporation that owns ONTrack--the ONTrack website was accidentally taken off the web...The rep said it will be restablished.
TexanMark - great site! You hit the nail on the head with the info. One thing you may want to mention - Centro, the regional bus service, has a terrific SU Football shuttle service from various locations in the area. Here is a link to centro's SU shuttle site - http://www.centro.org/events/sufball.htmCost is $3.00 round trip and leaves you off at Henry St., near the bus parking lot to walk to the game.
Great description of Syracuse and tailgating. Gotta say, I'm a bit dissapointed with the analysis on Green Lakes, it's always been one of my favorite courses. Your analysis is a little stale however, they installed irrigation last year so the course looks beautiful year round.
A friend from Syracuse wrote up the Green Lakes info in 2005. I'll check with him on Green Lakes. Thanks for the critique.
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