Now We Know

Now We Know

Syracuse finally knows what their inaugural season will look like in the ACC as well as outside of their new conference. See the schedule inside.

The Syracuse Orange football program, after playing in the 2012 New Era Pinstripe Bowl, officially competed in their final game as a Big East Conference member.

From there, Orange head coach Doug Marrone moved on to the NFL to take the same position for the Buffalo Bills.

Following Marrone were a slew of his assistants, as Scott Shafer was elevated from defensive coordinator to head coach.

Shafer maintained two members of the former Syracuse staff, with defensive line coach Tim Daoust and wide receivers coach Rob Moore, while bringing in his own team to face-off against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents for the first time.

They now know what teams they will play when in their conference as well as outside of the ACC. All matches are located below:

Saturday, August 31st: Penn State Nittany Lions (at MetLife Stadium)

Saturday, September 7th: at Northwestern

Saturday, September 14th: Wagner

Saturday, September 21st: Tulane

Saturday, September 28th: OPEN

Saturday, October 5th: Clemson

Saturday, October 12th: at N.C. State

Saturday, October 19th: at Georgia Tech

Saturday, October 26th: OPEN

Saturday, November 2nd: Wake Forest

Saturday, November 9th: at Maryland

Saturday, November 16th: at Florida State

Saturday, November 23rd: Pittsburgh

Saturday, November 30th: Boston College Recommended Stories

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