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Syracuse hosts Georgia Tech in regular season finale on Senior Day (preview & info)

Syracuse returns home to face Georgia Tech for the second time this season on Saturday, March 4 in the regular-season finale for both teams. Tipoff is set for 4 p.m. at the Carrier Dome.

Saturday is also Senior Day for the Orange. Fans are encouraged to arrive and get to their seats early to watch the pregame ceremony recognizing those who are in their final year as a member of the Syracuse men’s basketball program.

MORE SU-GTECH PREGAME COVERAGE:

Georgia Tech’s Corey Heyward puts on the jersey for his father (Daily Orange)
Q&A with Georgia Tech beat writer Ken Sugiura of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Daily Orange)
Syracuse opponent preview: What to know about Georgia Tech (Daily Orange)
Beat writers predict Syracuse to edge Georgia Tech (Daily Orange)
Syracuse vs Georgia Tech preview: Q&A with From the Rumble Seat (NunesMagician.com)
Syracuse basketball opens as 8.5-point favorite over Georgia Tech (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse will drop basketball ticket prices for students along with the temperature (Syracuse.com)
Bracketologists say even with win over Georgia Tech, Syracuse would have work to do (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse’s Doyin Akintobi-Adeyeye reaches Senior Day with med school in future (Syracuse.com)

MORE ORANGE HOOPS COVERAGE:

Bracketology 2017: Joe Lunardi says Syracuse is in; Jerry Palm still has them out (Syracuse.com)
ACC Tournament bracket: Where does Syracuse stand going into last weekend? (Syracuse.com)
Carrier Dome security handling the frenzy of three court storms in one month (Daily Orange)
Syracuse trounces North Carolina to advance to ACC Tournament quarterfinals (WSYR)
Syracuse 83, North Carolina 64: Orange women head to ACC Quarterfinals (NunesMagician.com)
Alexis Peterson named ACC Player of the Year (WSYR)
Syracuse Basketball: Sometimes You Get a Banana, Sometimes You Get a Star (NunesMagician.com)
Meet Harry Dydo: InclusiveU student and proud Syracuse basketball manager (Syracuse.com)
Syracuse men’s basketball is never out of a game because of its full-court press (Daily Orange)

 

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