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NC State Quick Predictions

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Syracuse is coming off a woeful performance on offense against Clemson. If Syracuse can't score, even NC State can get a win today. But I'm still not convinced that will happen.
Syracuse is facing a team in a similar state to Wake Forest. This team isn't won a lot of ACC games. Syracuse should win this one too. Last year Syracuse pounded the ball by running and running and running. If Syracuse can do that today as well they will roll. Not only that, but the pressure will be off AJ Long and he will have a successful game converting as well. The Syracuse defense will only give up a few long plays and most of the work will be done by the defensive front. I like Syracuse in this one at home 34 to 10.
This game is available regionally at 3:00pm or on WatchESPN if not on the TV in your area. Check your local listings or the ESPN blackout. John is on the road seeing Stanford at Oregon so he'll probably file a special report later. I'll be in the home office. Enjoy.

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