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Pittsburgh outlasts Syracuse football in wild shootout

Dino Babers’ opening season ended here with its largest scoring output and one last defensive malady, with its prized graduate-transfer receiver scoring five final touchdowns and without its franchise quarterback.

When it was over, a 76-61 loss to Pittsburgh whittled a month of bowl speculation as a 5-7 team down to nothing and cemented a second-straight 4-8 record, sending the Syracuse football program into an offseason in which it must recruit hard and continue to physically mature if it is going to change course. Read More

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COACH BABERS’ POST GAME PRESSER:

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Recap: Pitt 76, Syracuse 61 (Cuse.com)
Syracuse-Pitt: Highest-scoring game in FBS history (NunesMagician.com)
Three things we learned from Syracuse’s loss to Pitt (NunesMagician.com)
Final Score: Pittsburgh 76, Syracuse 61 (NunesMagician.com)
Syracuse football’s core defenders still confident in Tampa 2 (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse football QB Zack Mahoney turns in career game in loss at Pitt (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse-Pitt combine for highest-scoring game in FBS history (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse football coach Dino Babers is ‘100 percent locked in’ on SU (3 things he said) (Syracuse.com)
Best and worst from Syracuse football loss at Pittsburgh (Syracuse.com)
Pitt outscores Syracuse in wild 76-61 victory (WHEC)

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