News:Adrian Flemming will return to the field on Friday against Pitt after missing the first four games with a high ankle sprain, the Post-Standard reports.
Analysis:Adrian Flemming has been rehabilitating his ankle for seven weeks, so the return is a long time coming. Flemming was a special teams contributor last year, but he should be more involved in the offense as a sophomore. He could be a nice addition in Big East leagues.
News:Adrian Flemming (high ankle sprain) should be ready to play against Pittsburgh on October 5 for the Big East opener, the Post-Standard reports.
Analysis:Adrian Flemming, a speedster, had a nice preseason but has been out with a high ankle sprain. The Orange have receiver depth with Marcus Sales, Alec Lemon, and Jarrod West. Flemming will be eased into the lineup and there isn't a strong reason to pick him up yet.
News:Adrian Flemming (high ankle sprain) will not play this week against USC, the Syracuse Post-Standard reports.
Analysis: He may be out until October with the high ankle sprain he suffered in training camp.
News:Adrian Flemming injured his left ankle during Syracuse's intrasquad scrimmage, according to the Post-Standard.
Analysis:Adrian Flemming had been one of the stars of preseason camp, but he had to be taken off the field on a cart with his ankle heavily wrapped. The 6-foot-3 receiver contributed mostly on special teams last year, but bigger things were expected of him. There was no early word on the severity of the injury.