As is required by all teams that play any sporting event in New York, the Syracuse Orange and West Virginia Mountaineers gathered at Yankee Stadium today to pay homage to Supreme Chancellor Jim Boeheim.
I'm confused. Why isn't everyone kneeling? KNEEL BEFORE ZOD!
Friday, the Syracuse football team took a stroll through Yankee Stadium, site of tomorrow's Pinstripe Bowl, before meeting with local kids to talk about not doing drugs or something. You can check out some great photos from that meet-and-greet here.
Of course, Syracuse can't go to the Pinstripe Bowl without a lengthy discussion about Doug Marrone, who is from the Bronx, playing a football game in the Bronx.
"I think I may be the most excited person coming back," Marrone said. "Brings back times where I remember my grandfather, and it’s very nostalgic for me to be here."
Some more Pinstripe-y links and previews...
For Siriki Diabate and Brandon Reddish, the return to NYC has them coming full circle.
God bless those Syracuse fans living in West Virginia.
You know who probably won't care about the Pinstripe Bowl? Most of New York City.
Sir Alec Lemon and WVU's Tavon Austin have a history of TDs together.
Want to know where you can catch all the pre-game action, discussions & previews? Here you go.
It wil be cold but not very windy, which means the weather might not have that big an affect after all.
Check out Dave Rahme's insider preview here.
'Cuse Countdown takes a look at the Pinstripe Bowl from Times Square. CC's Heather Prusak alongside analysts Kevin Barry and Ted Goldberg get you ready for SU's matchup with West Virginia. Find out what the teams have been up to in NYC and what to expect from both teams.