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No recent Cali or Iggy awards; Mr Irrelevant
Aug 15, 2011
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Christmas lights—lights that are hung up on Christmas trees inside, and outside on buildings, trees, and other things—are celebrated today. They were invented in the early 1880s by Edward H. Johnson, an associate of Thomas Edison. On December 22, 1882, he lit his Christmas tree with 80 incandescent light bulbs, at his home in New York City. Prior to this time, candles were the only way to illuminate trees, and it still took many years before electric lights became the main way trees were lit, and before outside Christmas lights became popular. Lights originally were put on trees by Christians, and they symbolized Christ as being the light of the world.

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Meghan Hendricks | Photo Editor Dino Babers deserves credit for leading SU to its best start in 35 years this season, but issues in November have consistently ruined the Orange’s success.

Smith: Syracuse’s November woes persist because of lack of depth, discipline (DO; Smith)

Garrett Shrader’s kneel at the end of Syracuse’s win over Boston College Saturday snapped a streak. And it wasn’t a pretty one.

The last time the Orange won a November football game was in 2019, when Trill Williams stripped the ball and returned it 94 yards for a game-sealing touchdown in SU’s 39-30 win over Wake Forest.

There were 1,092 days between that win and Saturday. In between, Syracuse lost nine straight games in college football’s most important month. But it was nothing new for head coach Dino Babers. He didn’t win a game in November at Syracuse until 2018. Needing just an extra win or two to secure bowl eligibility in 2016, 2017 and 2021, SU fell flat in the final stretch. And this year’s five-game losing streak included three losses in November. Babers’ post-Halloween record at SU is just 6-20.

This is a pattern, and there are patterns within it, which all lead to some serious concerns about whether Babers can make his program match his motto: “Consistently good, not occasionally great.” Not just for the bowl game, but in 2023 and beyond.

It isn’t hard to find the culprits of SU’s November woes. Syracuse quarterbacks have been incredibly injury-prone over recent years, and the offense hasn’t adjusted accordingly. The defense has frequently imploded late and SU has been one of the most penalized teams nationally, ranking dead last in total infractions (105) this year.

“The first thing you think about is an opponent. The second thing you think about is your health,” Babers said last Monday when asked about his poor November record. “It comes down to how much depth you have on football teams…We got to find a way to win. But if you’re asking me the question, those are the answers.”

ORANZE ZONE: Reviewing SU football's regular season performace (; podcast; Orange Zone)

Syracuse football got a win they desperately needed and with under a month to go before Christmas a couple of Orange athletes have found their way onto Santa's naughty list.

WATCH this week's episode of "The Orange Zone Podcast

On this week's episode of "The Orange Zone Podcast" Tommy Sladek, Samantha Croston and former SU and NFL running back James Mungro discuss some heated moments from both SU football and basketball over a jam-packed Thanksgiving weekend. In the wake of the regular season finale against Boston College the team reviews the highs and lows of the regular season and what Orange football can take from them heading into the bowl season. Speaking of bowls, who and where is the Cuse projected to end up playing, and what's our dream bowl game given the current state of the team? All of those questions and more are answered by our Orange Zone team. Add in a look back at our success (or lack thereof) at predicting games and you've got another exciting episode of "The Orange Zone Podcast".

As always we invite you to follow along on our journey through the entirety of the 2022-2023 Syracuse University athletic year, with new episodes of "The Orange Zone Podcast" dropping on Wednesday mornings every week. You can find them on our CNY Central YouTube page, as well as on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

Syracuse football: First down offense vs Boston College (TNIAAM; Wall)

The Syracuse Orange have been much better on first downs this season. While I’ll break down the totals for next week, let’s look at how the Orange finished up against Boston College.

Syracuse started off finding success throwing on first down against the weaker Eagles defense. A litany of self-inflicted wounds meant that promising drives came up empty but still there was improvement in the passing game on Saturday.

First down offense vs BC

Run (Tucker)3Pass (Cooper)23
Run (Tucker)-3Pass (Sack)-3
Pass (Gadsden)14Pass (Gadsden)26
Run (Tucker)19Run (Shrader)19
Run (Tucker)5Run (Tucker)6
Run (Allen)4Run (Tucker)0
Run (Tucker)4Run (Shrader)1
Pass (Gadsden)17Pass (Gadsden)16
Pass (Cooper)12Run (Tucker)9
Pass (Gadsden)19Run (Tucker)2
Pass (Allen)-2Pass (Cooper)8 TD
Run (Tucker)-2Run (Tucker)10
Pass (Tucker)4Pass (Cooper)5
Pass (Alford)10Run (Tucker)7
Pass (Mang)8Run (Shrader)6
Pass (Cooper)6Run (Tucker)5 TD
Run (Tucker)4
Kneel Down0
1st HalfPlaysYardsAvg yards per play
2nd HalfPlaysYardsAvg yards per play
Game TotalPlaysYardsAvg yards per play

Syracuse got the running game working in the fourth quarter to put the game away. While we won’t pretend that BC offered a challenging season, it is a good thing to see what Syracuse can do with a healthy (mostly?) Shrader operating behind center. He spread the ball around more in this game and showed that the Orange could move the ball through the air.

What to make of Syracuse's wild regular season (; Finneral)

Syracuse football has finished its regular season and now waits to see which bowl game it will play in. Syracuse had quite the wild campaign, winning its first six games and losing the following five. A win over Boston College in the season finale put the Orange at 7-5 on the year.

Looking at the season as a whole, Syracuse exceeded expectations. The five-game skid might leave a negative impression in the minds of Syracuse fans, but there were a lot of encouraging developments this season.

The 6-0 start propelled the Orange over its 5.5 preseason win total. Syracuse was also picked to finish last in the ACC Atlantic, but wound up tied for third with a 4-4 record in conference play. The national media counted this team out of a bowl game, but the Orange had already punched its ticket to a bowl by midseason.

Perhaps the most important key to Syracuse’s season was the improvement on offense. At its peak, the Syracuse offense was a well-balanced attack that kept defenses guessing.


Class of 2024 Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers Academy wide receiver Syair Torrence (10) rushes up field. Mandatory Photo Credit: Judy Salamone.

2024 commit Syair Torrence wants to put Syracuse football 'on the map' - The Juice Online (the juice; Cheng)

In November, 2024 ATH Syair Torrence was on the phone with Orange head coach Dino Babers when he took out a rubber band he had received from Syracuse that said ‘Commit to Cuse.’

Torrence looked at Babers and said “I think I’m ready to commit.”

Babers didn’t fully understand the implication at the time, responding, “Okay, whenever you’re ready to commit, you let me know.”

Torrence was ready.

“Coach, I’m ready to commit now,” he said.

And with that, Torrence, a Syracuse (NY) Christian Brothers Academy junior, became the Orange’s first commitment in the 2024 class.

“(Babers) was just really happy,” Torrence said on this week’s The Juice on the Cuse Podcast, presented by “He gave the phone over to some of the other coaches.”

Torrence grew up in the shadow of the JMA Wireless Dome, and honed his craft at CBA, playing both wide receiver and defensive back. Schools in the area began to notice, as Torrence picked up offers from Syracuse and Buffalo.

Other schools will likely get involved in Torrence’s recruitment after a season where he led CBA to an undefeated regular season, and the New York State Section III Class AA championship. In that game, Torrence hauled in a 63 yard pass for a touchdown to tie it at 13, though CBA ultimately lost to Cicero-North Syracuse, 34-20.

While the season came to a disappointing ending, Torrence had a message for his teammates.

“It’s not a loss, it’s a lesson,” Torrence said. “We’ll be back next year.”

Bleav in Syracuse: Soccer, Football and Basketball, Oh My! (bleav; podcast; Mike & Josh)

Mike and Josh are joined by Sammy St. Jean to discuss Syracuse men's soccer's stellar season that is on the cusp of a College Cup berth, Orange football redeeming its season with a win over Boston College, where would you want to go for a bowl game, what is wrong with Syracuse basketball and a commentary on discussing Joe Girard.

ACC News

Kelly Gramlich and Eric Mac Lain talk ACC football - Gramlich and Mac Lain (maclaimnandgramlich; podcast; M&G)

It's ACC Championship Week and Kelly and Mac visit with Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney! Find the show on YouTube & Sirius XM Ch. 371. Presented by Duke's Mayo.

Pitt’s Calijah Kancey Named ACC Defensive Player of the Year - Pitt Panthers #H2P (

A highly decorated week for Pitt's Calijah Kancey continued today with the announcement that the junior defensive tackle has been named the 2022 ACC Defensive Player of the Year.

Kancey is the second Pitt player to win the ACC's top defensive honor. Tackle Aaron Donald was the Panthers' initial honoree in 2013.

Six total Panthers have won an ACC Player or Rookie of the Year award during Pitt's 10 seasons in the conference. Last season, Pitt boasted the ACC's overall and offensive Player of the Year in quarterback Kenny Pickett, now of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

This is the latest recognition for Kancey, who earlier this week was named first team All-ACC for the second consecutive year. He additionally was selected a finalist for the prestigious Outland Trophy, presented to the nation's best interior lineman.

Kancey is also a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, awarded to the nation's top defensive player. Pro Football Focus named him a first team All-American.

FSU Football's Patrick Payton named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year (; Nee)

Florida State
redshirt freshman defensive end Patrick Payton has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Rookie of the Year. The honor was determined by a 65-member voting panel consisting of 51 selected media and the conference’s 14 head coaches.

Payton is the third Seminole to win the award and first since 2012. The award was introduced for the 2007 season. Defensive backs Xavier Rhodes in 2010 and Ronald Darby in 2012 previously earned the recognition, and FSU’s three winners are tied with Clemson for the most in the league.

The 6-foot-5, 248-pound defensive end from Miami, Fla., who hails from Northwestern High School, appeared in all 12 games this past season. He recorded 29 tackles, five tackles for loss, and four sacks. He led all ACC freshmen in sacks. His 5.0 TFL were second behind teammate Joshua Farmer’s 6.0 among ACC freshmen

3 reasons why UNC football will beat Clemson in the ACC championship game (; Thompson)

3 reasons why UNC football will beat Clemson in the ACC championship game

North Carolina enters Saturday’s Atlantic Coast Conference title game against Clemson as a considerable underdog after dropping its final two regular-season contests.
But the ACC crown won’t be decided by past performances. The Coastal Division champions are more than capable of pulling the upset and winning the conference title for the first time since 1980.

The No. 23 Tar Heels (9-3) and No. 9 Tigers (10-2) will duel in Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium, home of the NFL's Carolina Panthers, on Saturday (8 p.m., ABC). The winner will go to the Orange Bowl, Dec. 30 (8 p.m., ESPN) at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

Here are three reasons why UNC will win:

Drake Maye will bounce back

UNC coach Mack Brown offered a simple explanation for his team’s late-season losses to Georgia Tech and rival NC State.
“We haven’t played well on offense,” Brown said Monday.
The Tar Heels were averaging 505.5 yards and 40.1 points in their first 10 games, but those numbers fell to 358 yards and 22 points in the final two games. In their last 32 drives, they’ve only managed to get into the end zone six times.

Hokies Shut Out of All-ACC Teams (; Tables)

No VT players on the first, second, OR third team All-ACC. That's the first time this has happened in the ACC or the Big East.

Sorta highlights the anonymous coach commentary from over the summer, from this post:

"It's not a stretch to say the offense doesn't have a top-half-of-the-league-level skill player at any position. They haven't signed a single player in the last two years that a high-level ACC program wanted."
That was a hard pill to swallow back then, but this All-ACC shutout pretty much confirms it. This is a program as bereft of talent as any VT team has ever been since we joined the Big East. But I will say I like the direction that Brent Pry is taking recruiting, and it is sure to get better. (Sad note: I almost wrote "Key" instead of "Pry" because I just read an article about Key's hiring at GT. Same first names will really get after ya.)

Direct link to ACC announcement of All-ACC teams:

The #Hokies get shut out in the All-ACC voting, the only team not represented on the first three teams.First time VT has not had a 1st, 2nd or 3rd team all-conference selection in both its time in the ACC and Big East.— Andy Bitter (@AndyBitterVT) November 29, 2022

College football’s changes, from Michigan to Ohio State to Auburn to USC; plus Zombie Shehan and the playoff committee: College Football Survivor Show (PS; Lesmerises)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL, USAC -- Two episodes of The College Football Survivor Show have Doug Lesmerises and Shehan Jeyarajah diving right into the thick of everything happening in college football.

On the show available wherever you find podcasts, Shehan is having flashbacks to 2014 when his soul was sucked from his body by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee, and Doug is having so much trouble with committee thinking, he’s talking like British royalty.

It’s not great. But Shehan and Doug examine the playoff stakes for No. 3 TCU, No. 4 USC and No. 5 Ohio State this weekend. Then they talk about conference title games and what purpose they serve now and in the 12-team playoff world.

On the bonus episode for Apple Podcast subscribers, Doug and Shehan look at the changes in college football after looking at the shifting balance of power in the SEC a few weeks ago.

First, Michigan’s win over Ohio State -- have the Wolverines passed the Buckeyes, and which team is more prepared for national battles? Is Michigan a version of rising Georgia and Ohio State a version of slightly fading Alabama? Plus, Shehan digs in on his guy J.J. McCarthy.

In the second segment, the discussion turns to what USC is doing to the Pac-12, and whether Clemson has officially fallen back to the pack in the ACC. Is Florida State on Clemson’s heels there? And is Utah a Pac-12 version of Michigan that could still foil the Trojans?

Finally, it’s a look at three major coaching hires: Hugh Freeze at Auburn, Luke Fickell at Wisconsin and Matt Rhule Nebraska. Were they the right guys for those jobs?

Thanks for listening to The College Football Survivor Show.

ACC Network to Offer Extensive Coverage of 2022 Subway ACC Football Championship Game Live from Charlotte (; Ufnowski)
  • Previews of No. 9 Clemson vs No. 23 North Carolina throughout the week
  • In Play, ACC PM and ACC Huddle all live from Uptown Charlotte Friday and Saturday
  • ACC Huddle: Selection Day SpecialSunday at 9 p.m. celebrating the ACC’s nine bowl-eligible teams
ACC Network (ACCN), the 24/7 national platform dedicated to ACC sports, will offer extensive coverage surrounding the 2022 Subway ACC Football Championship Game all week long, including onsite coverage live from Charlotte, N.C. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2-3.

ACCN’s signature studio shows – ACC Huddle, ACC PM and In Play – will be on location Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2-3, in advance of Coastal Division champion No. 23 North Carolina facing Atlantic Division champion No. 9 Clemson for the conference crown. The Subway ACC Football Championship game on Saturday, Dec. 3, will air in primetime on ABC at 8 p.m. ET, as well as ESPN Radio.

Clemson and North Carolina will meet for the ACC title for the second time and first since 2015, which saw Clemson defeat the Tar Heels, 45-37. Winners of seven ACC Football Championships (2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020), the Tigers are making their ninth ACC Football Championship Game appearance.

In Play and ACC PM

In Play
and ACC PM, ACCN’s weekday afternoon shows from 3-3:30 and 4-7 p.m., respectively, will have expanded coverage of the Subway ACC Football Championship Game all week.

In Play will have a unique offering each day centering on the Tar Heels/Tigers title game matchup, while Mark Packer, Tre Boston and Taylor Tannebaum will preview the game, have a bevy of guests and dig into what could be the biggest difference makers for both teams on ACC PM. In Play with college football insiders Andrea Adelson and David Hale, and ACC PM will be live from ACC FanFest at Romare Bearden Park in Uptown Charlotte on Friday beginning at 3 p.m.

ACC Huddle

Championship Saturday kicks off with ACC Huddle, ACCN’s signature football show, live from Bank of America Stadium and ACC FanFest for pre-and postgame coverage of the Subway ACC Football Championship. Jordan Cornette, Eric Mac Lain, EJ Manuel, Eddie Royal and Mark Richt will be on the set from the field from 6-8 p.m., while Mark Packer, Tre Boston and Taylor Tannebaum will be live from ACC FanFest covering all of the storylines leading into the Tigers-Tar Heels showdown. ACC Huddle returns postgame for instant analysis and interviews with the winning head coach and student-athletes.

Week 14 ACC football power poll (; Barber)

The ACC’s slim hopes of sneaking a team into the College Football Playoff blew up over rivalry weekend, as Atlantic Division champion Clemson lost to South Carolina and Coastal top dog North Carolina fell to North Carolina State.

The good news for the conference is its two hottest teams — Florida State and Pittsburgh — ended the regular-season with statement victories, the Seminoles downing Florida and the Panthers obliterating Miami.
In all, nine of the league’s 14 teams finished as bowl eligible, including six of the seven that play in the Atlantic Division. And Clemson held onto its year-long spot atop the Lee Enterprises ACC Power Poll.
Voters: Mike Barber and David Teel (Richmond Times-Dispatch), Greg Madia and John Shifflett (Charlottesville Daily Progress), Aaron McFarling (Roanoke Times) and John Dell (Winston-Salem Journal)

1. Clemson (10-2, No. 1 last week): The Tigers were the class of the ACC, but that didn’t equal all that much this season. South Carolina handed Clemson its second loss of the month, beating its rival for the first time in the last eight tries and snapping the Tigers’ 40-game home winning streak. Next: vs. North Carolina, ACC championship game, Saturday

2. Florida State (9-3, No. 2 last week): The Seminoles, who beat LSU in Week 2 of this year, have ended the regular season with five straight wins, the latest a 45-38 victory over rival Florida. Mike Norvell has done a remarkable job turning around FSU’s program, and stars like Jordan Travis, Trey Benson and Jammie Robinson have brought some swagger back to the ‘Noles. Next: Bowl game, TBD

3. North Carolina (9-3, No. 3 last week): If Clemson is limping into the ACC title game, then North Carolina is barely crawling. The Tar Heels have lost their last two outings, to Georgia Tech and North Carolina State, its dismal defense continuing to weigh it down. Next: vs. Clemson, ACC championship game, Saturday

4t. Pittsburgh (8-4, No. 6 last week): The Panthers crushed Miami 42-16 to close the regular season on a four-game win streak, looking more like the team that took Tennessee down to the wire in Week 2. It won those four by a combined score of 126-58. Next: Bowl game, TBD

4t. North Carolina State (8-4, No. 8 last week): It was a disappointing season for the Wolfpack, which went 4-4 in ACC play and lost star quarterback Devin Leary midway through the year. Still, tripping up the Tar Heels in the regular-season finale was a nice moment for Dave Doeren’s team, even if it was hoping for more this year. Next: Bowl game, TBD

6. Duke (8-4, No. 7 last week): A year ago, the Blue Devils went 3-9 and lost all eight of their ACC games. In August, Duke was picked to finish last in the Coastal Division. It would be impossible to overstate the remarkable work first-year coach Mike Elko has done in Durham – and the emergence of quarterback Riley Leonard. Their four losses came by 8, 3, 3 and 2 points. NEXT: bowl game, TBD

7. Louisville (7-5, No. 4 last week): Perhaps no team in the ACC was harder to figure out this season than the Cardinals. A convincing win over North Carolina State a week earlier gave them wins in five of their last six. And then, they weren’t particularly competitive in their rivalry loss to Kentucky. Next: Bowl game, TBD

8 Wake Forest (7-5, No. 5 last week): The Demon Deacons ended a disappointing year with a disappointing road loss to Duke. Sam Hartman, after the early health issue, had a big season but Wake Forest didn’t take a step forward as a program, losing four of its last five. Next: Bowl game, TBD
9. Syracuse (7-5, No. 11 last week): The Orange opened the year 6-0 and, for a while Saturday against Boston College, looked like it might end it 0-6. But Garrett Shrader and Sean Tucker delivered a win. Dino Babers went from preseason hot-seat to postseason bowl appearance. Next: Bowl game, TBD

My early,early,early 2023 ACC football predictions (; Clark)

Jeff, this was the last year for divisions for the ACC...

Here are my end of the 2022 regular season early prediction for 2023 ACC football

ACC Atlantic Division

1-FSU 10-2 and 7-1 in the ACC
2-Clemson 10-2 and 6-2 in the ACC
3-NCSU 9-3 and 5-3 in the ACC
4-Syracuse 7-5 and 4-4 in the ACC
5-Louisville 6-6 3-5 in the ACC
6-Wake Forest 5-7 and 2-6 in the ACC
7-Boston College 5-7 and 1-7 in the ACC

ACC Coastal Division

1-North Carolina 9-3 and 5-3 in the ACC
1-Pitt 8-4 and 5-3 in the ACC
1-Georgia Tech 7-5 and 5-3 in the ACC
4-Duke 6-6 and 3-5 in the ACC
4-Miami 6-6 and 3-5 in the ACC
4-Virginia Tech 5-7 and 3-5 in the ACC
7-Virginia 2-10 and 0-8 in the ACC

ACC Championship Game

10-2 FSU vs 9-3 North Carolina


College Football TV Ratings (sportsmediawatch)

As one would expect, Michigan-Ohio State dominated week thirteen of the season with college football’s largest regular season audience in 11 years (keep in mind out-of-home viewing is included now and was not included prior to two years ago). In a bit of an upset, Florida-FSU took second place on Thanksgiving weekend in its special Black Friday primetime slot on ABC.

Holliday: Heels look to regroup ahead of ACC title game :: (; Holliday)

On the final weekend of the best season in Big Four history, Coastal Champion North Carolina looked like the least worthy of the Big Four to line up against Atlantic Champion Clemson.

Though the 9-3 Tar Heels rallied against 8-4 NC State and gave themselves a chance to win in overtime, The Wolfpack never trailed in the game, as erstwhile scout team quarterback Ben Finley outplayed ACC Player of the Year candidate Drake Maye. Meanwhile, Duke and Wake Forest hooked up in a 34-31 shootout with Riley Leonard and Sam Hartman combining for almost 750 yards passing in the Blue Devils’ thrilling last minute victory.


2022 Wins Over Division Champs (RX; HM)

2022 Wins Over Division Champs

Earlier this year, we told you about the ACC's history of recent wins over division champs from other conferences in "ACC Wins over SEC/B1G Champs".

Well, wouldn't you know it - the beat goes on in 2022! Here are this year's division champs conquered by an ACC foe...

ACC Teamdefeatedchamps of:
Florida StateLSUSEC West
LouisvilleUCFAAC East
SyracusePurdueB1G West

So make all the jokes you want about how Notre Dame is the de facto ACC football champion, Heather Dinich - but the ACC has a shot at becoming the de facto champs of both the SEC and the Big Ten, not to mention the American Athletic.
Still think the transitive property is funny?



Rendering shows what a redevelopment of the ShoppingTown mall site in DeWitt might look like. Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon said ShoppingTown and similar mixed-use developments are critical now that Micron Technology plans to build a chip fab in Clay. (Dalpos Architects)

Onondaga County to start planning Micron-fueled communities. No ‘bottom feeding’ allowed (PS; Knauss)

Long before Micron Technology starts construction on a chip fab, Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon is ramping up plans for housing and commercial development related to the massive semiconductor project planned in the town of Clay.

McMahon will ask county legislators next week to approve hiring four new county planners who will work with towns north of Syracuse to target certain areas for development. That would more than double the size of the county planning agency.

Among their first priorities will be to help plan potential waterfront communities in the Three Rivers area of Clay and the hamlet of Brewerton in Cicero, McMahon said. County officials also hope to develop a town center in Cicero, with a cluster of mixed-use buildings, the exact location of which is still undetermined, McMahon said.

Two existing projects – the planned conversions of ShoppingTown and Great Northern malls into mixed-use residential communities – are high priorities that will get planning assistance if they need it, McMahon said.

In Syracuse, the planners will give special attention to the Inner Harbor and the Blueprint 15 area on the South Side, he said.

Construction of Micron’s first chip fab is likely more than a year away. The company has said it will build as many as four fabs. Micron and state officials have estimated the fabs could add up to 50,000 direct and indirect jobs over 20 years. Local officials expect the county population to grow by 125,000 or more.

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