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NEW YORK (AP) -- Prince-Tyson Gulley ran for 217 yards and had three touchdowns, Syracuse scored twice on safeties and the Orange bid a snow-covered farewell to the Big East with a 38-14 victory over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl on Saturday.
Syracuse (8-5) will enter the Atlantic Coast Conference on a roll after finishing this season with six wins in its last seven games, capped by its second postseason victory at Yankee Stadium in the last three years.
In a bowl game played in a baseball stadium with weather better suited for a playoff game in Green Bay, the team that plays in a dome ended up being better equipped to handle the elements.
The Orange leaned on their running game to plow through former Big East rival West Virginia (7-6) and the snow. Jerome Smith added 158 yards rushing.
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Prince-Tyson Gulley ran for 217 yards and had three touchdowns, Syracuse scored twice on safeties and the Orange bid a snow-covered farewell to the Big East with a 38-14 victory over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl on Saturday.
Syracuse (8-5) will enter the Atlantic Coast Conference on a roll after finishing this season with six wins in its last seven games, capped by its second...
Prince-Tyson Gulley had a career day for Syracuse in their blowout win over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl. His huge day was one of the biggest reasons why the Orange were victorious.
Many experts predicted combined point totals of over 100 in this year's New Era Pinstripe Bowl between Syracuse and West Virginia. There was just one problem: only one offense showed up. The Orange dominated from start to finish, blasting the Mountaineers, 38-14, at a snowy Yankee Stadium. Conditions were a factor, but let's keep in mind: both teams are at the same...
After Syracuse finished dominating West Virginia 38-14 in the 2012 Pinstripe Bowl, a happy Doug Marrone and Prince-Tyson Gulley spoke to the media about the win.
Tempers flared in the snow between the Big 12 West Virginia Mountaineers and the Big East Syracuse Orange. This field in complete snow with all the players wrapped up in gear to keep them kind of warm. Patches of snow are left on the ground and player’s breathes can be seen even on your home television. Would that stop these teams from a pre-game brawl? Absolutely not. The New...
Several Syracuse players spoke after Syracuse's big win over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl. Among them were seniors Ryan Nassib, Siriki Diabate, and Shamarko Thomas.
Bowl week marches on, and Syracuse and West Virginia are busy trying to see through the snow falling in Yankee Stadium. So that’s a possible preview of the Super Bowl next year across the Hudson. Anyway, while the Cuse look to upend their former conference foe, a few other games are going on today. If [...]
The Syracuse Orange defeat a familiar opponent in the West Virginia Mountaineers to win their second in two tries under Marrone. See the story inside.
Syracuse had a week to ponder its first loss of the season. The Orange nearly thought about it too long.
C.J. Fair scored 13 points, Trevor Cooney added 12, all in the second half to key a late surge, and ninth-ranked Syracuse beat Alcorn State 57-36 on Saturday night in the final game of the Gotham Classic.
''Our defense was good. I think sometimes what happens when you...
C.J. Fair scored 13 points, Trevor Cooney added 12, all in the second half to key a late surge, and No. 9 Syracuse beat Alcorn State 57-36 on Saturday night in the final game of the Gotham Classic.
It was the 901st win for Orange coach Jim Boeheim, one behind Bob Knight for second place all-time among Division I men's coaches. Duke's Mike Krzyzewski leads with 939 wins....
According to @D_PaulSoHard, this is the front cover of the Weirton Daily Times which lists “WVU loses bowel” which was probably meant to say “WVU loses bowl.” It’s bad enough that your team only puts 14 points up on the Syracuse Orange but then you add insult to injury and have to pick up your morning paper and read how your team lost their bowels. Then you have the...
Bouncing back from its first loss shouldn't be difficult for No. 9 Syracuse.
The Orange will be heavily favored to extend two impressive home streaks Saturday night as they face an Alcorn State team that has dropped 81 straight non-conference road games.
Syracuse (10-1) fell six spots in the Top 25 after losing 83-79 to Temple at Madison Square Garden last Saturday. The Orange...