ESPN's "College Game Day" has been a Saturday morning staple for millions of collegiate football fans for 35 years. The campus spirited show, that debuted in 1987, has not been broadcast live from a location in New York State north of the United State Military Academy in West Point. Well, if things go well on Saturday, one campus northwest of there may get their first visit from the popular ESPN show.

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Dino Babers and the #14 Syracuse Orange football team are focused on one thing, beating #5 Clemson on Saturday in South Carolina. That alone is enough of a tall task, without having to worry about television shows possibly being on campus, especially the following week. However, according to Brent Axe of syracuse.com, his sources are saying that "Syracuse is one of the few schools" under consideration for their October 29th show. Why Syracuse?

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First, Babers has Syracuse rolling. Last week the Orange smacked #15 NC State 24-9. Second, they are playing Notre Dame. However, the Irish are struggling this year, so that alone wouldn't draw the show to campus. Third, if Babers' team beats #5 Clemson, the Orange will certainly move up from #14 to a Top Ten program. Lastly, but just as important as any of the other factors, the students are awesome. They all wear orange. The are enthusiastic and all of that makes for great TV.

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Axe noted that a "second source said Syracuse has put out a call to dome staff to beef up security on the Quad for “a high-profile” event that will lead right up to next Saturday’s kickoff with the Irish." The game will be on either ABC-TV or ESPN, depending on this Saturday's results. Kickoff from the JMA Wireless Dome is scheduled for the 29th at either Noon or 3:30 p.m..

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New York's 15 Biggest Party Schools Ranked For 2022

This ranking comes from the US college aggregate website Niche. Started in 2002, Niche provides comprehensive reviews and information for colleges on pretty much anything you’d want to search. They used student reviews and other data to pull this together, so we’re standing by it. Now let’s get this party started!

These Are New York's 14 Most Expensive Colleges For 2022

The Business Journals calculated total yearly cost for higher learning across America. Their total cost figures no financial aid, no in-state discounts for public universities, and the cost of books, room, board, and general living expenses.

By far, New York is the country’s the most expensive state for college, with more schools in the top 60 than any other state. We have 14: one in the top five, and three more in the top 20. Massachusetts finished second with 10 colleges in the most expensive 60. This is probably not a distinction to be particularly proud of, but as inflation continues this trend isn’t likely to slow down over the next year.

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