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"We don't want to forget about Tulane, but we've got a Seton Hall team coming in that beat us here last year really pretty bad," SU guard Scoop Jardine said. "We owe them. We owe everybody in the Big East. A lot of teams shot really good against us last year, so Coach (Boeheim) is really preaching defense. … So our main focus is going into the Big East and showing everybody that we can play on both ends."
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The SU reserves scored 48 points in the Orange’s 85-50 win over George Washington. The bench combined for 49 points in the 98-74 victory against Albany. The subs accounted for 50 points in SU’s 92-56 thumping of Manhattan. And nine reserves totaled 60 points as Syracuse beat Colgate 92-47 on Nov. 19. In that game, Dion Waiters (16 points), James Southerland (14) and C.J. Fair (13) had more points than any of SU’s starters.
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Meanwhile, Tulane will be playing its first game in 11 days. On Sunday, Dec. 11, the Green Wave downed Jacksonville State, 56-51, to collect their second straight victory. Tulane's lone loss of the season came at Wofford, Dec. 6, 61-50.
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"He still thinks he can make a jump shot, which we have a disagreement on," Boeheim said. "We’re going to have to work through that. He’s not going to win that one."
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Run, run, run. Syracuse has too many athletes and too much quickness for Tulane. Forcing turnovers and getting into their transition game will be key. Tulane only turns it over about 12 times per game, but expect the Orange to push that number to around 20. The length, athleticism, and aggressiveness of the zone should be too much to handle. Look for Waiters to create a few steals and have some thunderous dunks in transition.
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Syracuse, for two reasons. One is that Syracuse and BC have a long history on the gridirion. The Orange are the Eagles' second most-played opponent in school history behind only Holy Cross. The two schools are very similar in that they are the only two private schools in the Northeast that play big-time college football. The two schools share an interstate, a long history and draw on a lot of the same students. The BC-Syracuse rivalry is a great add to the conference and is sure to heat back up when the Orange finally do move over (whenever that is).
Ernie Davis Middle School closed following overnight fire
"We lost our entire book collection, much of the Ernie Davis memorabilia and other valuables that were kept in the library were lost," Hochreiter said.
Former Syracuse University football player, Floyd Little, was part of the panel discussion at the Ernie Davis event held in early December. Floyd told Ernie he would commit to Syracuse just three months before he died. Floyd shares an emotional moment with the audience about making sure he kept his promise to Ernie about coming to SU.