Syracuse, N.Y. -- Syracuse survived Colgate's 3-point shot barrage for a 72-58 victory over the Raiders in front of 21,380 fans at the Carrier Dome on Saturday. Colgate spread the floor with four outside shooters around the perimeter and proceeded to take aim on the basket from 3-point range. The Raiders went 14-for-35 (40 percent) from 3-point range, scoring 42 out of their 58 points from beyond the arc. Syracuse, however, proved to have too much size and too much Tyus Battle for the Raiders.
Syracuse, N.Y. - As Colgate tried to find a shot against Syracuse's zone defense, the ball whipped from player to play around the perimeter. When the ball finally went to Dana Batt in the high post, the Colgate center never turned to face the basket. He stood with the ball, practically unguarded, and looked for a teammate to break open for a 3-pointer. "Their patience and their movement were great tonight,'' Syracuse guard Frank Howard said of Colgate's offense.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- A 50-plus-year exercise in futility will continue on Saturday when the Colgate men's basketball team travels from Hamilton, N.Y., to Syracuse to face the Orange at the Carrier Dome. It's been 56 years since Colgate beat Syracuse on the basketball court. The two Upstate New York schools were once hardwood rivals but now the series is just a hammer-versus-nail relationship. Syracuse writes the check and gets a W. Colgate takes the money and its lumps.
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