It hasn’t been another season of blowouts for Florida State, but they’ve done enough to do what many of the highest ranked teams haven’t – win. The reigning national champions comes to the Carrier Dome to face a Syracuse team that has lost its last three games. The Seminoles, meanwhile, haven’t lost since the 2012 season.
“There’s a reason why they’ve won 21 in a row: great coaching and great players,” Scott Shafer said. “We have a daunting task in front of us, but we're looking forward to it.”
When Syracuse University officials put the word out that game day Friday for the big Atlantic Coast Conference 2014 opener against Louisville was going to be marked by an Orange Out, I had hopes for something pretty cool in this city of ours.
Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt will miss the next 4-6 weeks with a fractured fibula, coach Scott Shafer announced on Monday.
Hunt needed to be helped off the field after getting hit twice during the fourth quarter of Syracuse's 28-6 loss to Louisville. He initially waved off SU training staff, but struggled to put weight on his left leg.