LSU

September 27, 2015 - 8:07am
The Tigers' running-back and Heisman hopeful Leonard Fournette was the difference maker.

Marshall Street and the Campus Quad were abuzz for college football Saturday. Joining the usual sea of orange was a fleet of purple and gold as thousands of LSU fans made the long trip from Baton Rouge cheer on their Bayou Bengals. You could hear chants of “Let’s Go Orange” or “Geaux Tigers” as the campus transformed into a festival like atmosphere as each contingent huddled together before making their way into the Carrier Dome.

September 27, 2015 - 7:34am
Although 3-0, Syracuse will face its toughest opponent in week four and with a weak depth chart, they'll need key players to step up.

With just hours until kick-off, the SU football team finds themselves facing arguably their greatest test of the season. Only the Clemson version of the Tigers would argue that LSU is not the biggest game on the ‘Cuse schedule.  But, until that late season ACC showdown at home, this upcoming clash in the Dome will have a Super Bowl feel for Central New York.