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Syracuse's promising season ended abruptly when the 12th-ranked Orange were bounced from the NCAA tournament by Big East rival Marquette.
They're on back-to-back pages in the Syracuse media guide. On their tiptoes, they would be more than 14 feet tall together. And their armspans seemingly could extend across the entire baseline.
Those schoolboy memories of summer vacation are forever frozen in Rick Jackson's mind: Aaron Abbott bursting into his bedroom, rousing him from his dreams, forcing him to abandon the coziness of the covers to go shoot some hoops.
Syracuse has never lost five consecutive games under coach Jim Boeheim, but at the midpoint of the Orange's Big East schedule, that mark is in jeopardy.