Walking through stadium control last Saturday, MacPherson was asked a simple question by the security guard. "How’s it going?" MacPherson stopped, looked up at the guard and raised his bushy eyebrows. "ACC," he said, nodding his head and walking away.
Syracuse heads into the bye week looking for how to attack #3 Clemson. The Dome will be packed and SU has some winning momentum to hopefully make a major splash to start the ACC.
Terrel Hunt is the guy. Game over. He accounted for five touchdowns on Saturday and played most of the game. Drew Allen got in briefly once the lead became insurmountable. The offense flows much better with him in the game. He can run the ball, which adds a whole new dynamic that defenses have to worry about. He’s got a huge arm. Clemson will be tough, but Hunt will be the guy from the first snap until the final whistle.
"My linemen, they were coming to play and they were opening holes and I was just running," Gulley said. "The linemen came out to play and made it easier with the tempo. And then having a dual-threat quarterback makes it way easier."
It shouldn't matter what they're wearing or not wearing as long as the kids are playing hard and winning . . . although naked ain't a good idea.
Former Syracuse standout Donte Greene has signed to play for the Donnguan Leopards of the Chinese Basketball Association.
The taping of the show with Boeheim and Center Stage host Michael Kay will be on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Fans can attend the show's taping.
Syracuse sophomore Kayla Treanor has been added to the U.S. women's lacrosse roster for the upcoming Stars and Stripes weekend. The event takes place on Oct. 12 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. and Oct. 13 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Md.
Topics include Terrel Hunt's stellar game, the takeaways by the special teams and the Oct. 5 game against Clemson.