On Twitter, Fox Sports' Jeff Goodman remarked how odd Tennessee's loss to Oakland was considering the Volunteers beat Villanova on a neutral court and won at Pitt. Some guy tried to correct him saying the Tenn/Pitt game wasn't on Pitt's campus. Goodman noted, correctly, that it was still a home game for Pitt: http://twitter.com/#!/goodmanonfox/status/14904235820843008
But then Sporting News' Mike DeCourcy decided to interject the dumbest thing ever: http://twitter.com/#!/tsnmike/status/14905677260529664
Another Syracuse fan says Dukie Vitale said SU doesn't play a road game until January 17. I actively avoid Dukie V., so I'll have to take that fan's word for it.
So as a service to you, dear Syracuse fan: a recap of what is and isn't a home game:
Consol Arena - not a home game for Pitt
Wachovia Center - not a home game for Villanova (they got to play two NCAA tournament games there in 2009)
Kansas City - not a home game for Kansas
Tampa - not a home game for Florida
Atlantic City - home game for Syracuse
Madison Square Garden - home game for Syracuse, even when they play St. John's
Newark - home game for Syracuse, even when they play Seton Hall
Timbuktu - home game for Syracuse, even when they play Mali State
Atlantis - home game for Syracuse, the court being underwater makes it very difficult to penetrate the 2-3 zone
Syracuse, Sicily - ironically a road game for Syracuse. Archimedes has perfected reflecting the arena lights onto the visiting team's bench.