SYRACUSE — The Syracuse University men’s basketball team avoided its first five-game losing streak since the 1968-69 season in a 59-45 win against Pittsburgh on Tuesday night at the Carrier Dome. Tyus Battle started slow but finished with 15 points. The sophomore was only days removed from logging 50 minutes and scoring a career-high 37 points in double-overtime in Saturday’s loss against Florida State. Frank Howard went for 18 points, four assists and five steals.
SYRACUSE — In the final minute of a frustrating 51-49 loss to Notre Dame, Tyus Battle stepped into a clutch 3-pointer to tie the game, and moments later stole the ball to give Syracuse a chance to win Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. As Battle anticipated the high screen by teammate Oshae Brissett, the ball somehow came out of his hands. Suddenly, Notre Dame’s Martinas Geben had it, and the big man threw the ball to TJ Gibbs.
SYRACUSE — In its Atlantic Coast Conference opener, Syracuse University’s leading offensive trio was too powerful for Virginia Tech, and the Orange excelled on both ends in a 68-56 win Sunday night in the Carrier Dome. Oshae Brissett was regularly bulldozing into the lane, finishing with a team-high 19 points and nine rebounds for Syracuse (12-2, 1-0 ACC). The 6-foot-8, 210-pound freshman was 9-of-10 from the free- throw line in addition to 5-of-7 shooting from inside the arc.
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Selecting a term
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