Dino Babers leaned against a wall near the entrance to the postgame media workroom. He flipped through a packet with statistics from the biggest game in his year-and-a-half-long tenure at Syracuse. He put his head down and walked toward the podium.
About 30 minutes earlier, an orange wall enveloped near midfield as fans stormed the field and an ESPN reporter interviewed Babers. His players doused the SU head coach with water when he got back to the locker room. Then he conducted an impassioned locker room celebration, leading his team in a “Whose house? Our house!” chant, like he did last year after an upset victory over then-No. 17 Virginia Tech.
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