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2018 Schedule
22-13, 10th in ACC
Dixon owns historical advantage over Boeheim (1:20)

Last-in Syracuse rallies for 60-56 win over Arizona State

Freshman Oshae Brissett had a double-double and led Syracuse's second-half comeback, and the Orange ��� the last team to make the NCAA Tournament -- held on for a 60-56 victory over Arizona State on Wednesday night in the First Four.

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Jim Boeheim is 73 years and 117 days old today and becomes the second-oldest head coach in an NCAA Tournament game since 1985, according to @EliasSports. Larry Brown coached SMU in a Round of 64 loss to UCLA in 2015 at age 74.

Does Syracuse have the talent to make a run? (1:28)
Cuse zone a plus vs. ASU (0:37)

Boeheim on Orange's tournament bid; more

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim shares why he didn't give the Orange a high percentage of getting a tournament bid, challenges about playing in the First Four and more.

Shaheen calls Syracuse pick 'curious' (1:19)
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6dDavid Purdum

Villanova gains traction in Vegas as favorite

Virginia, despite its status as the NCAA tournament's overall No. 1 seed, is not the clear-cut favorite in the eyes of Las Vegas.

Syracuse hyped after getting bid to tourney (0:30)
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6dJeff Borzello

Winners and losers from Selection Sunday

The NCAA tournament bracket is out and teams such as Syracuse, Arizona State and Oklahoma survived being on the bubble, while others weren't so lucky.

Syracuse and Oklahoma in, Oklahoma State out (2:14)
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UVa top seed overall; ASU, Cuse among last in

The wait is over, as 68 teams have been announced for this year's NCAA tournament. Virginia is the No. 1 overall seed, at-large hopefuls Arizona State and Syracuse are dancing, and Baylor and Saint Mary's were among those seeing their bubbles burst.

North Carolina beats Syracuse to advance to ACC quarters (1:37)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

FINAL: North Carolina 78, Syracuse 59. Think this likely pops the Orange's at-large bubble, despite their win over Clemson in the season finale and the fact they were probably ahead of Louisville and Notre Dame before today. 6-11 vs. Quadrants 1 and 2, two Quadrant 3 losses.

Team Stats

Points Per Game67.0315th
Rebounds Per Game37.483rd
Assists Per Game10.9335th
Points Allowed63.912th

Tournament History

Final Fours6
Tournament Record65-38
Championship Seasons2003
Tournament Appearances38