The NCAA has finally specified which 101 games the Syracuse Orangemen will have to vacate in compliance with the sanctions against the program. They include games over two different seasons and their memorable Big East title in 2006.
For the past 19 months, it wasn’t clear which 101 games Syracuse was going to be forced to vacate.
Its now clear though.
2004-05: 12-7 (27-7 previously, 15 vacated wins)2005-06: 0-12 (23-12 previously, 23 vacated wins)2006-07: 2-11 (24-11 previously, 22 vacated wins)2010-11: 20-8 (27-8 previously, 7 vacated wins)2011-12: 0-3 (34-3 previously, 34 vacated wins)
The changes mean that Syracuse will have technically gone winless in two season.
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