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The Syracuse Fan's Survival Guide to the ACC
     

The Syracuse Fan's Survival Guide to the ACC

by Mike Waters, Bialczak
 

In 1979, Syracuse University became one of the Big East Conference's charter members, joining Boston College, Connecticut, Georgetown, Providence, St. John's, and Seton Hall in the new venture. Over the years, Syracuse produced some of the Big East's biggest moments and brightest stars. From Pearl Washington to Gerry McNamara, from Leo Rautins' tip-in to win the

Overview

In 1979, Syracuse University became one of the Big East Conference's charter members, joining Boston College, Connecticut, Georgetown, Providence, St. John's, and Seton Hall in the new venture. Over the years, Syracuse produced some of the Big East's biggest moments and brightest stars. From Pearl Washington to Gerry McNamara, from Leo Rautins' tip-in to win the six-overtime game in 2009, Syracuse has been synonymous with the Big East. All that is about to change. The Syracuse Fan's Guide to the ACC looks at Syracuse's move to the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Orange will go from traditional rivalries against Georgetown and St. John's to regular games against football powers such as Florida State and Clemson and basketball juggernauts North Carolina and Duke. As Syracuse goes from Broadway to Tobacco Road, The Syracuse Fan's Guide to the ACC will look at the history of the ACC schools and offer tips for the Syracuse fan who follows the Orange at home and on the road.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935806493
Publisher:
Reedy Press, LLC
Publication date:
06/01/2013
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
1,364,843
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Mike Waters is the longtime basketball writer for the Syracuse Post-Standard, but he grew up in ACC country. A Maryland native, Waters graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1986. Mark Bialczak was sports editor at the Syracuse Post-Standard and currently covers the music and entertainment scene for the paper.

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