Central New York is once again becoming a hot-bed of college football excitement, as #16 Syracuse continues to play great football under head coach Dino Babers. The success of Syracuse football has not gone unnoticed in the community and now fans are coming from near and far to the JMA Wireless Dome. This Saturday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and their traveling fanbase come to campus.

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On Tuesday, the Syracuse University athletic department announced that general public tickets for the coveted match-up have SOLD OUT. The university stated that a limited number of student tickets remain were still available. Geoff Herbert from syracuse.com listed some resale tickets from "Ticketmaster (starting at $73) or third-party sellers like SeatGeek (starting at $55), StubHub ($50), VividSeats ($50), TicketCity ($53) and MegaSeats ($62)."

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Babers and his squad were off to the best program start at 6-0 in 35 years. Syracuse had a 21-10 lead going into the 4th quarter on Saturday against #5 Clemson. The experienced Tigers proved to be too much for the Orange, scoring 17 unanswered points for the victory. That is the only blemish on the 2022 schedule so far. The game is scheduled to kick at noon. Fans are encouraged to arrive early due to the large crowd, and to wear orange for the “Orange Out.”

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Some critics say that many of the fans are coming to see the Fighting Irish this weekend. Not true! Syracuse sold out their last home game on October 15th vs. #15 NC State and that was only the 10th sellout in their history. The last sellout came in 2019. Notre Dame comes into the game 4-3 and is unranked.

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