The Syracuse Orange hasn’t had the most impressive offensive start to the season, by any metric. But back home in the Carrier Dome, the Orange got a glimpse that it could be worse.
A lot worse.
The Loyola Greyhounds missed their first 13 shots of the game, unable to make a field goal until more than halfway into the first half. Tyler Hubbard finally ended the scoring drought with a long three-pointer from the top of the key at the 8:32 mark. By then, the Orange led 17-4.
And Syracuse fans thought their offense was bad.