The Orange scored a goal in the second minute and held that lead for the rest of the game.
As the end of September rolls around, fall sports hit full force and winter sports start kicking into gear.
Noah Singelmann scored 6 minutes and forty-one seconds into the first overtime as the Orange got back in the win column with a 3-2 victory over the Big Red.
Quarterback Tommy DeVito threw for 287 passing yards and 4 touchdowns to move to 2-2.
SU’s field hockey team moves to 5-1 while punter Sterling Hofrichter wins ACC honors for Clemson performance.
After 110 minutes of playing time, neither squad could find the back of the net on Sunday.
Syracuse and Louisville went 90 minutes plus two overtime periods without a single score from either side.
Syracuse took down No. 14 St. Joseph’s 5-2 in overtime.
The Tigers’ defense swallows the Orange’s offense in all but a couple of cases in 41-6 homecoming loss.
With another highly anticipated football game Saturday between Syracuse and Clemson, are the two ACC foes an actual rivalry?