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Former Bowling Green Head Coach Dino Babers takes over a Syracuse University football program which has struggled the past decade.
Baber’s did an excellent job in the Mid-American Conference with his uptempo style. Syracuse should be able to recruit better athletes to execute the offense.
The new Syracuse coaching staff is constantly on the hunt for a signal caller to perform their style with perfection.
The Carrier Dome, once a significant home field advantage will be rocking the first week of October when Notre Dame visits.
Louisville and Florida State also invade the “DOME” this season in Conference action.
The Syracuse offense was 119th overall last season, and the number is unacceptable to Babers.
You can also bet the 156.7 yards passing per contest will nearly double in the 2016 season.
Co-Offensive Coordinators Sean Lewis and Mike Lynch will be under the gun all season to produce points and passing yards.
Sophomore Eric Dungey 1,298 passing yards is the presumed starter, but Babers insists it’s an open competition.
There will be incoming Freshman who will be competing for the starting quarterback position.
Dontae Strickland beat out returning starter Jordan Fredericks (609) rushing yards last season, in spring football.
Leading receiver Steve Ishmael (570) yards in 2015 will be the primary target in the passing game. The offensive line must adjust to the new scheme.
The Orange return two starters in the trenches with center Jason Emerich and guard Omari Palmer.
The 2016-17 Syracuse defense gave up a little over 437.0 yards per contest. The pass defense needs some work, but THE CUSE” was stout up front.
Defensive Coordinator Brian Ward is installing a Tampa two style of play. Ward is looking for rangy players who can play in space, and they shouldn’t be hard to find in the New York/New Jersey area.
It’s going to take a few seasons for the defense to catch up with the offense. Chris Slayton and Steven Clark will anchor the defensive line, and both can put pressure on the quarterback.
The strength of the unit will be at linebacker where all three starters from last season return. Redshirt freshman Shyheim Cullen has the talent to play at the next level.
Two underclassmen return at the cornerback position; both have excellent cover skills. Kicker Cole Murphy will be an added dimension on special teams.
Bovada.Lv list the Syracuse Orange at +7,500 to win the 2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016-17 Syracuse Orange will finish the regular season with a 7-5 record.
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