— Sean Tucker scored five touchdowns, the Syracuse defense recorded eight sacks and yielded just 135 total yards and the Orange defeated Albany 62-24 Saturday.
- Babers, Orange to open year with two-QB system
- ACC looks to prioritize football in marketing
- ACC's Phillips: Vaccines give 'best chance' to play
- Hall of Fame Broncos RB Floyd Little dies at 78
Rutgers downs Syracuse 17-7 and Rutgers HC Greg Schiano joined Matt Schick & Trevor Matich on College GameDay on ESPN Radio. He discussed the Scarlet Knights' victory as well as his memories from 9/11 on the 20th anniversary.
— Rutgers took advantage of two Syracuse second-half miscues and downed the Orange 17-7 Saturday.
— Montre Miller intercepted three passes, seven different players scored rushing touchdowns and Kent State cruised to a 60-10 win over VMI on Saturday.
Syracuse Running Back Sean Tucker visits with the guys after coming off a 181yd game in week 1. Plus we do "One Stat Per Game" and look at this weekend’s matchups & give you a stat per game you might not have known. We also replay our interview with former Pitt Head Coach Jackie Sherrill, and ask how many ACC teams this weekend have the chance at putting up 50 burgers.
— Sean Tucker set a career high with 181 rushing yards and a touchdown as Syracuse pulled away from Ohio in the second half for a 29-9 win in its season opener on Saturday.
Dual-threat transfer Garrett Shrader, who played at Mississippi State, and two-year starter Tommy DeVito will share quarterback duties to the start the season for the Syracuse Orange, coach Dino Babers said Tuesday.
After a relatively quiet 2020, college coaches across the country find themselves on the 2021 hot seat. We go conference-by-conference to see whose seat has the most pressure this season.
Addressing the biggest questions surrounding the potential alliance between the three leagues and forecasting what could unfold over the coming weeks and months.
There are certain programs that just can't seem to break through, despite some inherent traits that set them up for success. These are the teams that constantly prompt questions like "Why can't they win their league?" or "What happened to them?"
Commissioner Jim Phillips also said the ACC will want to revisit talks with the NCAA about nixing the requirement for divisions at some point in the future.
The ACC has not made a decision on whether games affected by COVID-19 will be rescheduled or forfeited, commissioner Jim Phillips says.
How college football's massive realignment shift in 2011 set the stage for Big East football to go under.
We provide you with the schedule for each college football team's media day ahead of the 2021 season.
Syracuse Athletic Director John Wildhack talks to the guys about CFP expansion, Gary Gait taking over as the men’s lacrosse coach, and looks ahead to the start of Syracuse football. We also continue our Two-A-Days with an inside look at Louisville as we speak with Mark Ennis from 939theville.com.
Packer and Durham start getting you ready for the start of the College football season by give you are version of "Two-A-Days". Today we speak with Stephen Bailey from "247 sports" to give us a preview of Syracuse and Steve Wiseman from "The News and Observer" for an inside look at Duke. Plus ESPN College Baseball Analyst Kyle Peterson gets us ready for the College World Series, and we look at some of the more "Unlikely Heroes" this year in ACC Sports.
Clemson has won 32 of 33 games against ACC Atlantic foes in the past six years. Can anyone take down Dabo Swinney's Tigers?
Jim Phillips faces a daunting task: Figure out how to bring in more money, have more football contenders and rewrite the league's image as the ACC looks toward an uncertain future.