If you were holding out on buying tickets for this fall’s Syracuse Orange vs. Clemson Tigers game — a contest that is already homecoming and may wind up hosting College Gameday as well — you’re potentially out of luck. At least in terms of single-game tickets.
Orange AD John Wildhack announced today that there are no more single-game tickets available, but a limited number out there through season tickets and three-game packages. As covered many times before, SU’s season tickets are pretty much the cheapest in the Power Five. So... not a bad deal, even if you only end up at the Clemson game (and then sell the rest, potentially).
At the brief Monday press event, Wildhack also addressed last week’s Dino Babers recalled extension graphic by saying the length (through 2024) was inaccurate — but that Dino would be around for a long time. Whether the extension is through 2024 or not, I think it’s worth just saying the year/length at this point. From the standpoint of potential recruits and boosters, it’s an easy win to push that, the Camping World Bowl rings and the sellout news together as football momentum/commitment. If you want long-term stability to be the message (and they do), just seems like a very short statement of “yeah, he’s here through at least 2024” accomplishes that without giving away much else. Alas...
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“The visit was nice,” Jackson said. “I had a fun weekend and got a chance to get to know some of the players on the team, which was nice. I also got the opportunity to check out the campus and academic centers, which surprised me. Also got a chance to shoot around and play with some of the guys.”
Want to catch ‘Cuse back at home vs. Clemson in the Loud House? Season tickets and a limited number of 3-game packages are still available.
The Syracuse senior’s approach has drawn criticism but she’s found that staying true to herself has led to her success. “Everything hit there,” Levy said. “I’m thinking ‘Yeah, I’m an outside shooter. I can play like a guy.’ I can bring this aspect of men’s lacrosse into the women’s game and kind of change the game a little bit.”
In each of the two years that followed, tears filled Knutson’s and Ilona’s eyes during their annual goodbye at the airport. Knutson was becoming the face of Syracuse’s tennis program, and Ilona couldn’t be there to see it. At Syracuse, she rediscovered what she had missed in the previous nine years — classmates, professors, team atmosphere — and etched her place into program history.
Former Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey might be a player to watch. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Dungey is listed as a quarterback/tight end on the mini-camp roster, and could eventually be in line for a look in a Taysom Hill type role. Shurmur said Dungey is “one of those guys we sort of had our eye on throughout the draft.” The coach added that Dungey is “a good football player” and “usually there’s a place on the field for guys that are good football players.
Syracuse Softball lands 9th seed in ACC Tournament (theACC.com)