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Trying to determine if a Syracuse Orange college basketball game counts as a home game, and therefore does not count in the results, can be a tricky endeavor. This flowchart will help alleviate your questions, concerns and confusions.
Trying to determine if a Syracuse Orange college basketball game counts as a home game, and therefore should not count in the results, can be a tricky endeavor.
Some people will tell you that a home game is played in a home arena and an away game is played in another team's arena, but you and I know it's not that simple. You can play a game miles and miles away from your home arena and still have it be considered a home game. Just because you're playing 400 miles away from your university, that doesn't mean you should get any credit for winning that game.
Because it's hard to know when a Syracuse game should be considered a home game and therefore devoid of any value or merit, The Invisible Swordsman and I have crafted this easy-to-use flowchart to help you figure out whether or not this specific basketball game you are watching is indeed a home game for the Orange or if it is, somehow, not considered a home game.
No longer will you have to wait for an ESPN personality to tell you that Syracuse doesn't deserve credit for beating the No. 6 team in the nation in Madison Square Garden or for telling you that the Orange won't leave the Tri-State area until January even though that includes road games against UConn, Villanova and Seton Hall. Now you have the power...
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