Syracuse runs their way past Central Michigan

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 17, 2017

Christopher Fredrick recovered from a rough game against Middle Tennessee State with an interception and a pass breakup. "And as a family, we wanted to change people's opinions".

"Whether we're winning or we're losing, we have to stay together as a team". "It's not ideal, we're not flawless, but we think we have a good team and we just wanted everyone else to feel better about us and have faith in what we're trying to get done".

Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey finished with 279 passing yards and 3 touchdowns, he also added 105 rushing yards.

ABOUT SYRACUSE (1-1): Ishmael is having a fine season to this point, but he still needs to make his way into the end zone - a problem a year ago as well - as he has totaled 74 catches and only one TD since the start of 2016. I've got all the faith in the world in them once we get it dialed in, it should be fun and get us to the tempo that we want.

Syracuse scored 31-straight points to seal the win against the Central Michigan football team by a score of 41-17 on Saturday in the Carrier Dome.

The SU defense forced three turnovers, returning an interception for a touchdown.

With the game tied at 17, Dontae Strickland bolted in from nine yards out to give SU a 24-17 lead at halftime. "We just kept pushing".

Morris led a 11-play, 91-yard drive to start off the second quarter, which ended in Jonathan Ward's 17-yard touchdown reception.

Dungey busted loose for a 74-yard run later in the third, finding room toward the right sideline after slipping a few tackles, and threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Ravian Pierce on the next play to give SU a commanding 38-17 advantage.

Only 44 seconds later, quarterback Shane Morris found Cameron Cole for a 56-yard receiving touchdown, taking the first lead of the game in Cole's first career catch and touchdown. He led the Orange with 247 all-purpose yards with 82 receiving, 47 rushing, and 118 on kick/punt returns.

Syracuse entered the game ranked fifth nationally in third-down conversion defense and continued that torrid streak, holding CMU to 3-of-16 on third down.

Gilfus is a redshirt freshman wide receiver for the Orange and played about eight snaps, lining up outside without drawing a target.

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