Syracuse football hosts the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights at the Carrier Dome for the Orange home opener of the 2021 football season on Saturday, September 11 (9/11/2021).
The game will be broadcast on the ACC Network, and can be live streamed on fuboTV, Sling and other live TV streaming services.
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The Orange impressed during their season opener on the road in Ohio, beating the Bobcats 29-9 after pulling ahead 9-0 in the first quarter and never looking back. It was a confidence booster the team needed after going 1-10 last season.
Syracuse quarterback Tommy DeVito comfortably led his team, and the offensive line established itself early, allowed Sean Tucker to have a big rushing day on the ground.
“It felt good,” Tucker told syracuse.com. “Helping my team win. Helping my team get yards. Helping my team get points on the board and come out with a win today.”
The Orange are still underdogs heading into the home opener, however, where they’ll be playing a Rutgers team that clobbered Temple 61-14 in their season opener last week.
Kickoff is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. ET. Here are the local channel numbers for the ACC Network in Central New York:
- Spectrum: Channel 388 (SD & HD)
- Verizon Fios: Channel 571 (HD) and 71 (SD)
- DirecTV: Channel 612 (SD & HD)
- Dish Network: 402 (SD & HD)
- New Visions: Channel 780 (HD) and 80 (SD)
For radio listeners, the game will air locally on TK99/105 and nationally on SiriusXM channel 193 (streaming channel 955).
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