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Who Wore #44?

Who Wore #44?

Can you name the Athletes who wore #44 or #45 on their Jersey?

Primary Team Player % Correct
Los Angeles Lakers Jerry West 65.9%
New York Yankees Reggie Jackson 56.1%
San Antonio Spurs George Gervin 51.2%
San Francisco Giants Willie McCovey 43.9%

What is Cuse 44?

‘CUSE® 44 is salty caramel ice cream with crushed cream filled cookies and orange colored pretzel balls.

Is #44 retired at Syracuse?

No. 44 was retired in 2005 and Rob Konrad was the last player to wear it in 1998. So when that tweet went out on Tuesday, people assumed that Syracuse was bringing the number back, but the school says it’s not the case. According to the school, the status of the number hasn’t changed at all.

What is Syracuse’s number?

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​Undergraduate Admissions 315.443.3611 [email protected]
​Graduate Admissions 315.443.4492 [email protected]
​Law Admissions 315.443.1962 [email protected]
University College (Part-Time Study) 315.443.9378 [email protected]
Veterans Admissions 315.443.6124 [email protected]

Who is number 44 on the Syracuse basketball team?

The Syracuse football program can point to a backfield-full of players who wore No. 44 on the gridiron. Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Floyd Little. But the SU basketball program can match that backfield with a frontcourt that’s just as impressive.

Who are some famous athletes that wore the number 44?

Running backs Jim Brown, Ernie Davis and Floyd Little all wore 44 at Syracuse, of course, where the number has been retired. Which is perfect, as retirement and 44 go hand-in-liver-spotted-hand. It isn’t only athletes who hang it up at 44.

Who is number 44 on the Nuggets roster?

Dan Issel, a Hall of Hamer and 1975 ABA champion, wore No. 44 for most of his 15-year career, which resulted in seven All-Star appearances (six ABA, one NBA). His No. 44 jersey is retired by both the University of Kentucky and Denver Nuggets.

Who was the best basketball player at Syracuse?

Yes, Jim Brown is best-known for his exploits on the football field, but the legendary No. 44 also played basketball at Syracuse. Brown spent two seasons with the SU basketball team.