The Orange survived constant effort and a late-game surge by Clemson on Saturday to get a much needed victory inside the Carrier Dome.
Tyus Battle and Oshae Brissett led the way for the Orange on the offensive production end, but the headline out of this game was the Orange’s ability to defend the rim late in the game.
The 55-52 win doesn’t guarantee a seat in the madness later this month, but the win goes a long way to providing Coach Jim Boeheim with a major, quality win late in the season for the committee to remember.
Highlights from Saturday
Press Conference & Interviews
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– Syracuse 55, Clemson 52: The Orange are alive (NunesMagician.com)
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Syracuse celebrates senior day against No. 18/18 Clemson in the regular season finale for both sides on Saturday,. Tip-off in the Carrier Dome is scheduled for 2 pm. The game will be televised on ACC Network and on the Watch ESPN app. The game will be aired on WSTM in the Central New York area. Find your local affiliate on the ACC Network Affiliate Page. Fans can also listen to the live broadcast on the Syracuse IMG Radio Network.
Syracuse will honor Braedon Bayer and Patrick Herlihy in a pregame ceremonies. Each will be suiting up for their final regular-season games with the Orange.
Former Orange standout Lawrence Moten will join a group of 11 other Syracuse players who have had their jerseys retired. Moten’s ceremony is scheduled for halftime. Moten remains the most prolific scorer in Syracuse basketball history. He tallied 2,334 points in 121 games with the Orange, competing for four years between 1991-92 and 1994-95. He topped the team in scoring three times. Read More
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– Syracuse vs. Clemson Q&A with Shakin The Southland (NunesMagician.com)
– Syracuse basketball opens as slight favorite over Clemson (Syracuse.com)
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