2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 57-47
- 11/17W 79-66
- 11/21W 66-55
- 11/25W 83-70
- 11/2618W 79-76
- 11/2725W 74-67
- 12/2L 66-58
- 12/5L 79-72
- 12/8W 78-51
- 12/13L 84-72
- 12/19W 67-46
- 12/22W 82-60
- 12/27W 80-67
- 12/30L 72-61
- 1/213L 64-51
- 1/5L 74-73
- 1/96L 84-73
- 1/13W 62-40
- 1/16W 83-55
- 1/1820W 64-62
- 1/2413L 73-65
- 1/2825W 81-66
- 1/30W 60-57
- 2/2W 68-60
- 2/11W 85-72
- 2/14W 75-61
- 2/1718L 72-58
- 2/20L 66-52
- 2/27W 75-66
- 2/298L 75-70
- 3/5L 78-73
- 3/9L 72-71
- 3/187W 70-51
- 3/2015W 75-50
- 3/2511W 63-60
- 3/271W 68-62
- 4/21L 83-66
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Michigan State-Duke in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge will pit two of the best recruiting classes in the nation. Here's a look at all the games.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim isn't on board with the projections that say Orange March hero Malachi Richardson could be a lottery pick.
Syracuse will spend more than $200 million to fix the Carrier Dome roof, make other improvements.
Malachi Richardson has signed with an agent, meaning he won't return to Syracuse for his sophomore season and is committed to the NBA draft.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Malachi Richardson to ESPN on leaving Syracuse for NBA: "Deciding to stay in the draft was a family decision and thought it was a great one. Doing what was best for me was the most important thing. I am very thankful for Syracuse giving me the opportunity that they did and I am very thankful for the great coaching staff and staff members. I truly loved Syracuse and will forever bleed orange. "
Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer
Mike Gbinije has some pretty sweet Batman tattoos. He says he's seen The Dark Knight Rises at least 20 times this year. Impressive.
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
Syracuse's Malachi Richardson had a simple, and obvious, answer when asked what he'd ask teams if the draft combine interview process was reversed.
Syracuse athletic director Mark Coyle was hired Wednesday to take the same position at Minnesota after less than a year with the Orange.
Villanova's scoring barrages in the NCAA tournament were nearly off the charts and rival the best outings of the past decade, including blowouts by Ohio State, Syracuse and, yes, even DePaul.
Colorado State graduate transfer John Gillon has chosen Syracuse, giving the Orange a potential starter at point guard entering the 2016-17 season.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Colorado State grad transfer John Gillon tells ESPN he has committed to Syracuse.
Which teams have enjoyed the most NCAA tournament success since 2000? Kansas' recent run to the Elite Eight vaulted the Jayhawks up the list.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Colorado State graduate transfer John Gillon told ESPN his final three schools: Syracuse, Oklahoma, Texas A&M. He will visit Syracuse this weekend, Oklahoma and Texas A&M next week. Gillon is immediately eligible. He averaged 13.2 PPG and 3.8 APG this past season.
Will Richardson return to Orange?
Syracuse is certainly hoping so. Malachi Richardson was the key to the Orange's Final Four run this season, and if they have hopes of making another one, they'll need him. Draft decisions that could change CBB (Insider)
Grant Mullins also visited Syracuse and Michigan before choosing to transfer to California. A graduate transfer, he'll be eligible immediately.
Some potential NBA draft picks have not hired agents, and their decisions to go pro or return to school will seriously change the outlook for these college basketball teams.
Last season saw a number of ups and downs and a surprise NCAA tournament run. Next season, the Orange shouldn't surprise anyone.