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CBT: Dajuan Coleman working on conditioning in order to regain starting role for Syracuse (VIDEO)

Dajuan Coleman had his freshman season cut short due to the surgery he had in late January on his left knee. Entering his sophomore campaign, the 6-foot-9, 288-pound forward is looking to work on his conditioning to crack the Syracuse starting lineup next season. As Donna Ditota of Syracuse.com repo Full story

Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Gives Wounded Veterans a New Life

Disabled veterans often find the return to civilian life difficult, especially when seeking jobs. Now, a university program thinks it has the key to their independence: turn them into entrepreneurs. Full story

Say farewell to the golden age of air travel

   Americans are fed up with air travel. The Cycle hosts talk about why, and if, this disappointment is justified.

How views on marriage have evolved over time

   MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts talks with MSNBC contributor Jimmy Williams and Syracuse professor Kevin Noble Maillard about evolving views on marriage equality, including an historical perspective.

Has intervention in Libya empowered jihadists in North Africa?

   The Institute for Policy Studies’ Phyllis Bennis, Syracuse professor Horace Campbell, author Irshad Manji, policy analyst Nii Akuetteh, and author Robin Wright join Chris Hayes to discuss turmoil in Mali, whether the U.S. intervention in Libya was a success, and if the problem for policymakers is a

Black lacrosse player boycotting over racially charged slogan

   Jovan Miller is one of the most recognizable faces in professional lacrosse. The Syracuse graduate currently plays for the Charlotte Hounds, but his future could be in jeopardy.

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  Ohio State students: We deserve to win College Challenge

TODAY’s Sara Haines visits Ohio State University, whose enthusiastic students bid to win “Kathie Lee and Hoda’s College Challenge” by offering to spell out an homage to the Fourth Hour ladies on the football field.

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FILE - In this April 6, 2013, file photo, Michigan head coach John Beilein speaks to players against Syracuse during the first half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game in Atlanta. Athletic director Dave Brandon told The Associated Press on Wednesday, July 17, 2013, th

Michigan's Mitch McGary, Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr. and Michigan's Trey Burke, from left, react to play against Syracuse during the first half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game Saturday, April 6, 2013, in Atlanta.