Syracuse football is back in the Top 25!
For the first time in 17 years, the Orange are nationally-ranked, checking in at No. 22 in the Associated Press Poll and No. 24 in the Amway Coaches Poll on Sunday, Oct. 28.
Prior to today, the last time the Orange appeared in the national rankings was on Jan. 4, 2002 when the final polls of the 2001 season were released. That year, the Orange finished No. 14 in the country with a 10-3 record led by All-America defensive end Dwight Freeney.
After not receiving a vote in last week’s AP rankings, Syracuse earned 192 points in this week’s poll. Syracuse garnered six points in last week’s vote by the coaches and secured 183 points this week. Read More
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– Syracuse wins 51-41 over NC State and WE’RE GOING BOWLING (NunesMagician.com)
– Syracuse football-Wake Forest betting line: Orange opens as favorite (Syracuse.com)
It's been a long time coming… @CoachBabersCuse has turned the Orange back into a top-25 program.
The Orange are ranked in both polls, including their first AP Poll appearance since the 2001 season. pic.twitter.com/2ivblGyob7
— Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) October 28, 2018
For the first time since 2001, Syracuse is ranked in the AP Poll: https://t.co/6Z55rOds5U pic.twitter.com/hb7Zovyqpe
— Daily Orange Sports (@DOsports) October 28, 2018
Sundays are much better when BOTH of your teams are Nationally Ranked! 🍊 pic.twitter.com/DoO0IMVBfa
— Syracuse Memes™ (@Cusememes) October 28, 2018