SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse basketball (12-6, 6-5 ACC) seeks a third straight win when the Orange host the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (9-10, 6-7 ACC) on Saturday afternoon.
The game is set to tip off at 2 p.m. at the Carrier Dome and will be televised on the ACC Network, available to subscribers of many cable and satellite TV packages. Dave O’Brien and Danny Manning will be the announcers. You can also stream it through the ESPN app as long as you receive the ACC Network through your TV subscription.
The ACC Network channel numbers in the Syracuse area are as follows:
- Verizon Fios: Channel 571 (HD) & 71 (SD)
- Spectrum Channel 388 (HD & SD)
- New Visions: Channel 780 (HD) & 80 (SD)
- Dish Network: Channel 402 (HD & SD)
- DirecTV: Channel 612 (HD & SD)
Syracuse comes into the game after a cancellation on Wednesday night at Louisville due to another COVID-positive in the Cardinals program. Before that, the Orange posted a pair of wins at NC State and home vs. Boston College, respectively.
Notre Dame also enters the contest coming off two straight victories, at Duke and home vs. Miami, respectively.
Saturday’s game is the 53rd all-time meeting between Syracuse and Notre Dame, with the Orange holding a 30-22 lead in the series. The teams split a pair of games last season with each winning on the other’s home floor.