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North Carolina State Quick Predictions

This logo looks very familiar.
Syracuse now starts their ACC campaign. While more important than the non-conference games, Syracuse just needs wins. It doesn't matter where they come from. They just need to win. Can Syracuse pull off a big upset on the road in the league?
Looking at the statistics, Syracuse and NC State looks very close on paper. They both average around 35 points a game, allow right around 23 points, and average around 462 total yards of offense. But the main issue at play is that NC State has all the momentum after taking down #12 Florida State last weekend. Syracuse put in a good effort against LSU, but they came up short. I have a sneaking suspicion that the same situation is going to happen versus NC State. While I think they'll put in a good effort, Syracuse isn't able to get over that hump yet. NC State over Syracuse 38 to 34.
This game is available regionally at 12:20pm (weird). Also available on WatchESPN if not in blackout. John is watching from the home office. I'm catching the replay. Giddy up.

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