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College basketball schedule: Syracuse survives Pitt's upset bid

Orange guard Tyler Ennis tossed up a long three-pointer just before time expired, and No. 1 Syracuse survived Pitt, 68-66, Wednesday night.

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Tyler Ennis' unreal shot keeps Orange undefeated

Duke vs. North Carolina was cancelled due to inclement weather, which is probably for the best since it wouldn't have been better than Syracuse and Pittsburgh.


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Tyler Ennis' game winner saves Syracuse

Syracuse just barely stayed undefeated on Wednesday night.

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Tyler Ennis saves the Orange

Syracause was finished. Down by one with just four seconds left and inbounding from under their own basket, it looked like the Orange's undefeated season was over.

Then freshman point guard Tyler Ennis dribbled the ball down the court and did this:

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'Cuse survives 58-56. Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said it might have been Ennis' worst game of the season. Something tells me he'll take it.

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Not the best first half for USF

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Will Sheehey dunks all over Penn State

This is how you set the tone.

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