Posted October 18, 2012 on syracuse.scout.com
Syracuse freshmen Devante McFarlane and Ben Lewis have not seen any action for the Orange so far in 2012. While it had been assumed both would redshirt their first year at Syracuse, it became official on Thursday.
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