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4 Syracuse beat Indiana 69-52 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday night. After Indiana's Noah Vonleh tied it at 33-all early in the second half, Syracuse went on a 12-0 run to begin to take command.
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4 Syracuse, Indiana coach Tom Crean had his Hoosiers right where he wanted at halftime - down by just two baskets.
Maybe it was just a matter of getting good breaks so Yogi Ferrell, Olivier Hanlan and Dez Wells all missed shots in the final seconds, too.
Renell Kumeh had saved for a year to fly her three kids to Disney World. Her girls, Samnell and Aaronette were 13 and 7 at the time, and this was their dream vacation.
Syracuse Orange coach Jim Boeheim talks to his team while playing against the Baylor Bears during the championship game of the EA Sports Maui Invitational.
4 before the NCAAs. They won the Big Ten regular season title and were the fourth-overall team and No.
The last time Syracuse University and Indiana played, the Orange had revenge on their side.
With few familiar faces on the floor, the Providence boys' basketball team delivered the same old results in its season opener, pulling away from Indianapolis Metropolitan 59-40 Friday night.
It's getting to be reality check time in college basketball, as many freshmen have started to show their inexperience after scintillating starts.
The Hoosiers have impressive talent that, with enough seasoning, could add to the program's championship tradition.
The Orange capped the run in the sun with a 74-67 win over No. 17 Baylor on Wednesday night.
The Indiana Hoosiers settle into the Thanksgiving holiday with a 6-1 record. Not a bad way to begin the season after losing four starters from last year's team.
Flint explains Drexel's scheduling difficulty The fight for respect has been a difficult one for Drexel head coach Bruiser Flint in regards to his program's relationship with the other five Division I schools in Philadelphia.