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7-day respite just what Syracuse needed
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim and his thin roster needed a break, and the Orange got one at a most opportune time.
When Syracuse (13-6, 2-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) hosts Boston College (13-6, 3-3 ACC) on Wednesday night, the Orange will be coming off a seven-day hiatus as the midpoint of the conference season looms and thoughts of the postseason begin to take hold.
The break has been important, and not only because of fatigue on a squad where the starters play an awful lot. This team, which has only eight scholarship players, is one of the most inexperienced in Boeheim's 42 years as head coach, with four freshmen, one redshirt freshman, just one returning starter, and point guard Frank Howard and center Paschal Chukwu starting for the first time.MORE
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|North Carolina State||3-4||13-7|
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