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Up next: Duke in the Quarterfinals. Inside the Loud House tells you how you can watch and listen. They looked out of sorts and unmotivated for the most part to start the game.
Then the second half started, and the Orange not only took the lead back from down six, but they also went on to beat the Panthers by 14, !
Their reward for getting past all those obstacles: a matchup with No.
Normally a matchup between these two elite programs sounds like a game you would want to see. However, without Battle playing for Syracuse the odds look a bit stacked against the Orange so this game may not be nearly as close as previous matchups have been.
It did look like Syracuse basketball was doomed to lose. The Orange played excellent defense out of the break against Pitt in the second half. If the Orange can keep Duke close into the second half and then show them that same defensive intensity that disrupted Pittsburgh, then the Orange do stand a chance.
The Orange win with their defense this year.
They will need to make Duke play their style and pace. If the Orange can do that and get either Buddy Boeheim, Elijah Hughes or Oshae Brissett to have another big night, then the Orange may be looking at a second Duke upset to add to their resume.
So will the game be televised?
The game, as always, can also be heard online under the listen tab at Cuse.