Back to Main MenuWeather HomeToday Forecast5 Day ForecastSchool Event ClosuresBack to Main MenuCrime Safety HomePolice BlotterReported CrimesCity of SyracuseNorth Suburbs Oswego CountyEast Suburbs Madison CountyWest Suburbs Cayuga CountyCNY TrafficBack to Main MenuPhotos HomePhoto EssaysBuy Photo ReprintsYour PhotosBack to Main MenuVideos HomeNews VideosSports VideosHigh School Sports VideosEntertainment VideosLiving VideosDennis Nett / The Post StandardSU's Eric Devendorf drives up the court during action Saturday in the final of the Big East Tournament.New York Cats. A Chorus Line. The Syracuse Orange.Eventually, the curtain falls on even the best Broadway shows.The Overtime Orange lit up the Great White Way for four nights here at the Big East Tournament, but the show finally came to a close on Saturday with a 76 66 loss to No. 1 seed Louisville on Saturday night.After a string of stirring performances, including the six overtime epic against Connecticut in Thursday's quarterfinals followed by another overtime thriller against West Virginia in Friday's semifinals, the Orange finally bowed to fatigue on Saturday.With 1:19 left in the game and the Orange trailing 74 64, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim removed his exhausted backcourt trio of Jonny Flynn, Eric Devendorf and Andy Rautins from the game.The Madison Square Garden crowd proved to be a savvy audience as the fans heaped applause on the Syracuse players.With the win Louisville might have secured a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament when the 65 team field is revealed this evening. Louisville became the only team from a BCS conference to win both the regular season and the conference tournament this year.Syracuse had turned this year's Big East Tournament in a basketball version of the New York City Marathon.The six overtime game against UConn in Thursday's quarterfinal round was the longest college basketball game in the shot clock era and the second longest in NCAA history. Syracuse had followed that with an overtime win over West Virginia in Friday's semifinals.This was the first year that the Big East invited all 16 of its members to the conference tournament, setting up the possibility that one of the bottom eight teams could conceivably play five games in five days.The 6th seeded Orange had a first round bye, still in terms of minutes played was just five minutes shy of played five games in four days. Not five days. Four. Syracuse had played 155 tournament minutes prior to Saturday's final.Meanwhile, Louisville, which had earned a double bye straight to the quarterfinals, had played just 80 minutes prior to Saturday."I'd like to congratulate Syracuse on a tremendous performance,'' Louisville coach Rick Pitino said. "Your legs are going to give out sooner or later, but they were brillaint throughout.''Devendorf scored a team high 20 points for Syracuse, while Flynn finished with 11 points and six assists.Flynn was awarded the Dave Gavitt Trophy as the tournament's Most Outstanding Player as much for his heart and determination as for his excellence. In the UConn and West Virginia games, Flynn logged 112 out of a possible 115 minutes. He had 34 points and 11 assist in 67 grueling minutes against Connecticut."He was phenomenal down here,'' Boeheim said. "You can't even describe how he played down here. He played as good as you can play the game.''He became just the fourth player from a team that did not win the Big East championship to win the award. He joined Pearl Washington (Syracuse, 1986), Alonzo Mourning (Georgetown, 1992) and Victor Page (Georgetown, 1996). Flynn is the sixth Syracuse player to win the award."I would trade the trophy in to win the Big East Tournament any day,'' Flynn said. "The team awards are way better. A lot of people are going to remember who won this tournament. They're not going to remember who won the outstanding trophy award.'' 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Lee Keegan, Enda Varley, Kevin McLoughlin and sub Richard Feeney had left the scene. Only two points separated them. Dublin were on fire. David Clarke had dramatically saved from point blank range from Bernard Brogan, and as Mayo's energy drained away, and cramp knotted their muscles, we feared the worst. Other Mayo teams would have folded under such pressure. But Barry Moran had begun to win vital ball in the middle of the field. Kevin McLoughlin reappeared with his head in bandage. And the forwards got to see the Dublin posts again. Cillian O'Connor, it seemed, had a chance after Jason Gibbons landed him with a pass, but for once the ball screwed off the Ballintubber man's boot. Then it came floating in and Michael Conroy grasped it with the confidence he had shown all day. But somehow he, too, failed to connect with a fisted effort and the ball dropped wide. And our nerves began to jangle. We held our breath as Mayo surged again. Alan Freeman was fouled and from the free Cillian O'Connor with nerves of steel slammed the ball between the posts. But Dublin were still rampant, winning almost all the broken ball in the middle of the field and the Mayo defence was stretched. They gave away some frees in order to prevent goals, and it was from one of those that Brogan reduced the lead to two points again. Then, Seamus O'Shea, not long in at midfield for his brother Aidan, broke through the centre and his final score of the match left Dublin searching for a goal to save their All Ireland title. They tried a daisy cutter from a free but a Mayo boot deflected the ball out for a '45 and from that last kick of the game Higgins, as he had done throughout the seventy minutes, cleared from the goal line in dramatic fashion . . . and launched Mayo into the All Ireland final for the first time in six years. Although he had been selected, pre match rumours that Alan Brogan had failed a last minute fitness test proved correct and in his place Dublin gave the corner shirt to young Ciaran Kilkenny who, as it turned out, was one of their best forwards. The rumours that Eamon Fennell had cried off before the game were less correct, but neither Fennell nor his partner Denis Bastic quite matched the endeavours of Aidan O'Shea or Barry Moran at midfield. O'Shea was quite magnificent in the first half helping out in defence, dispossessing, shaking off every sort of tackle, and moving the ball with competent sweeps of his left foot. Moran became more prominent as the game progressed. As O'Shea tired and Dublin crowded midfield in a successful ploy to spill the ball, the need for Moran to win possession was vital. The big man rose to the occasion and played a major part in stemming the Dublin tide in the last quarter. MAYO started without wing back Colm Boyle who, it was said, had picked up a virus. Chris Barrett took his place and did a good job. But they suffered a big blow when Lee Keegan was forced to retire with a severe hand injury that could keep the Westport man out of the All Ireland final. The selectors called on Richie Feeney to fill that onerous position and the Castlebar Mitchels' man left his mark on the game with a solid performance that maintained the overall reliability of the defence . . . until he, too, was forced to retire with an injury. In the opening minutes that defence was under severe pressure as Diarmuid Connolly, Bernard Brogan and Paul Flynn sought to unhinge it, to work their way through especially from the left wing. Except for one shot, from Bryan Cullen, that smacked off the crossbar they were never allowed an inch of room by Ger Cafferkey, Higgins, who took over at full back, Kevin Keane, and to a lesser extent Donal Vaughan. 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