The Syracuse Orange football program held its annual spring game on Friday. Fans were treated with the opportunity to catch a glimpse of this year’s football team, and all that it has in store.
This year, while somewhat unexciting, displayed the potential of this experienced defensive line. Lead by senior Chris Slayton and Alton Robinson, they consistently were able to get into the back field tonight.
Robinson totaled a sack and a tackle for a loss and Slayton batted down a pass in the first half. He appeared to have hurt his right knee late in preview, but he was able to jog off the field.
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🎥 QB Rex Culpepper, currently between rounds of chemo for testicular cancer, comes in for the last drive of the Spring Preview & ends it in style with a touchdown pass!#RexStrong #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/RPBJ8qNQCo
— Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) April 14, 2018
You'd be watching the the Syracuse football spring game in a little under an hour if SU had actually decided to stream it this year… https://t.co/XrFLsNYJEm
— NunesMagician.com (@NunesMagician) April 13, 2018
Syracuse Football got to give a sneak peak to a Central New York crowd Friday night in the Dome. Dino Babers says one position has a chance to have a bigger impact in the fall. @CitrusTVSports pic.twitter.com/fZELl6S5Eq
— Zach Lang (@z_lang13) April 14, 2018