There are no live Syracuse Orange games on television this week, or any week for the foreseeable future. However, with a ton of programming space to fill, most sports networks are showing past games for people to watch instead.
Each week — on Mondays — we’ll be highlighting how you can watch the Orange and when. Maybe you’ll enjoy some of these. Others, not so much.
(all times ET)
Monday, March 30
Men’s Basketball: Notre Dame at Syracuse (2020), 3 a.m. - ESPNU
How many times with this goddamn game? It was already on three times last week...
Men’s Basketball: Syracuse vs. Michigan (2013), noon - Big Ten Network
IT WASN’T A CHARGE. YOU CAN’T MAKE ME WATCH THIS AGAIN.
Men’s Basketball: Syracuse vs. Michigan (2013), 4 p.m. - Big Ten Network
I said no.
Men’s Basketball: Syracuse vs. Michigan (2013), 8 p.m. - Big Ten Network
Tuesday, March 31
Men’s Basketball: Syracuse vs. Michigan (2013), midnight - Big Ten Network
Men’s Soccer: Syracuse at North Carolina (2019), 6 p.m. - ACCN
The Orange actually bested the Heels twice this season, but this is a replay of the 4-3 regular season win. After falling behind 3-1 early in the second half, Syracuse reeled off three straight goals — including Ryan Raposo’s go-ahead score in the 88th minute. Well worth a rewatch.
Wednesday, April 1
Men’s Soccer: Syracuse at North Carolina (2019), 4 a.m. - ACCN
See above. Well worth another rewatch.
Thursday, April 2
Men’s Lacrosse: Hobart at Syracuse (2020), 8 p.m. - ACCN
Just so we’re all on the same page, SU won another national title, right? And if you’d like to watch your national title-winning Orange, you can do so here in a 21-13 win over Hobart that included a 14-goal second half. Ah, what could’ve been with this team...
Saturday, April 4
Men’s Basketball: Syracuse vs. Kansas (2003), 7 p.m. - CBS Sports Network
And THIS is what you’ve been waiting for. CBS Sports has been airing various games from NCAA Tournaments’ past in recent weeks, and they finally got around to the one we’ve actually wanted. We’ll have a live blog going that night, which you’ll probably join us for because none of us have social lives anyway.