Syracuse led 59-58 with just under four minutes remaining in the game, but the Panthers went on a 10-0 run to send the Orange home with a 72-61 loss in the ACC opener for both teams on Wednesday night.- Boxscore: Syracuse 61, Montana State 72– Post Standard: Syracuse falls to Pittsburgh in ACC openerHighlights, post game & more below…Coach Hopkins Post Game Presser…GAMEDAY TWEETS
— Syracuse Athletics (@Cuse) December 31, 2015
Michael Gbinije said he planned to talk to Tyler Lydon the next time he saw him about shooting more. He passed up a couple of open ones.
— Sam Blum (@SamBlum3) December 31, 2015
— Syracuse Orange (@syracusebuzztap) December 31, 2015
Asked Gbinije about Lydon's reluctance to shoot: "As soon as I see him, I'm going to talk to him about that. We need him to shoot the ball."
— Michael Burke (@michaelburke47) December 31, 2015
Syracuse is now 2-10 all-time at the Petersen Events Center. And one of those wins was on the Tyler Ennis miracle.
— Brent Axe (@BrentAxeMedia) December 31, 2015
— WAER Sports (@WAERSports) December 31, 2015
Blah. I didn't want to be right. But you just know Pitt and Syracuse in the Pete usually turns out the way you think it will.
— Brian Harrison (@BH_Orange44) December 31, 2015
Syracuse loses their first conference opener since 2007. pic.twitter.com/k6BELyiHYm
— Syracuse Basketball (@syrbasketball) December 31, 2015
Second chance points: Pittsburgh 22, Syracuse 2.
— Donna Ditota (@DonnaDitota1) December 31, 2015
And again, while not indicative of anything long-term, this truly is the worst possible start for Hop, RE: the fan base.
— John Cassillo (@JohnCassillo) December 31, 2015