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Syracuse WBB schedule announced (Links)

The Orange begin play on November 5th

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Syracuse women’s basketball announces final 6 non-conference games for 2019-20 (Syracuse.com)

Eight of Syracuse’s 13 potential non-conference opponents played in the postseason last year, including a trio of NCAA Tournament Elite Eight qualifiers in Oregon, Mississippi State and Stanford.

The full ACC Women’s Basketball 2019-20 schedule announced (ACC.com)

Syracuse will begin ACC play on December 29th when they travel to play the Louisville Cardinals.

Syracuse football’s offense went fast again vs. Western Michigan (Syracuse.com)

This data needs a bit of contextualizing. To start: a quick tempo is really only valuable if you can run a lot of plays over the course of a game (barring an extreme amount of explosive plays). The team’s marks against UMD and Liberty are partially a product of 3-and-outs, of which SU recorded only three against the Broncos.

Five things to watch as Syracuse basketball begins practice (Syracuse.com)

Carey struggled in his first year, but also showed an aggressiveness and willingness to push the ball that would give a nice boost to SU’s transition game. The Syracuse coaches will be looking to see if Carey has improved his outside shot. He made just four out of 23 (17 percent) of his 3-point attempts last year. He also needs to show that he can make solid decisions and not turn the ball over as he did 41 times in limited action as a freshman.

Dino Babers previews Holy Cross (CuseNation)

Charania’s Inside Pass: Carmelo Anthony still on the outside looking in, Chris Paul trade rumblings and more NBA notes (The Athletic)

How a Syracuse fan blog helped expand the ‘Fine Mess’ tailgate (Daily Orange)

Holy Cross ranked 79 in the FCS SP+ (ESPN)