In college football Week 10, the Syracuse Orange will try to end their losing streak when they host the Boston College Eagles in an ACC matchup. Since the Orange (4-4, 0-4) began play in the Atlantic Coast Conference, they have suffered four straight losses. However, they have a long and intense rivalry that began in 1924. Their overall record in meetings is 34-22, thanks to a 32-23 road victory the previous year.
The Eagles (5-3, 2-2)
enter on a four-game winning streak and seem to have found their footing after a bumpy start. Friday’s kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET in Syracuse, New York’s JMA Wireless Dome. In the most recent SportsLine consensus Boston College vs. Syracuse odds, the Orange are 2.5-point favorites. 50.5 is the set over/under for the total number of points scored.
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Syracuse vs. Boston College:
- Boston College vs. Syracuse spread: Orange -2.5
- Boston College vs. Syracuse over/under: 50.5 points
- Boston College vs. Syracuse money line: Eagles +125, Orange -147
- BC: Is 13-13 ATS as an underdog under coach Jeff Hafley (since 2020)?
- SYR: Is 12-7 ATS as a home favorite under Dino Babers (since 2016).
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is able to pay Returning to their dome, where they are 3-1 this year, will seem natural for the Orange. They are 6-4 in the last ten meetings, and two of their losses during their downturn were against clubs that are ranked. In the previous year’s meeting in Chestnut Hill, the Orange outgained BC 443-341 behind quarterback Garrett Shrader’s 285 yards and two touchdown passes. Shrader has 16 touchdowns with 1,508 throwing yards and 316 running yards.
He might be able to use his rushing ability against the Eagles. Boston College allows 164 yards per game on the ground, which puts them in 12th place in the ACC in run defense. LeQuint Allen, a running back, leads the club with 25 catches and 723 total yards. He can be a threat both as a receiver and a rusher.
Receivers Damien Alford and Umari Hatcher hauled in 46 passes for 745 yards, averaging 16.2 yards per reception. With a total of 22 sacks, the Syracuse defense has 12 takeaways and nine players with at least 1.5 sacks.
Choose your team from this list. Boston College’s ability to cover The Eagles lost by two points to CFP candidate Florida State after losing to Northern Illinois in overtime. Thomas Castellanos and Kye Robichaux have helped them gain momentum following a 56-28 loss to Louisville. In the last two games, Robichaux has amassed 277 running yards, and quarterback Castellanos is a dangerous weapon with both his arms and legs.
With 278 yards per game,
the sophomore is fourth in the ACC in total offense. With 211 yards per game (ranked 14th in FBS), BC leads the ACC in rushing, and Castellanos has thrown for 1,549 yards and amassed a team-high 673 yards. He has only been sacked ten times while accounting for twenty touchdowns. Lewis Bond, a receiver with 437 yards, has five touchdowns, while Robichaux has six.
The Orange give up 250 passing yards per game,
ranking 13th in the ACC, while the Eagles allow less than 200, ranking fifth in the league. This season, Boston College is 3-1 ATS as an underdog but 3-5 ATS overall. Choose your team from this list. How to choose between Boston College and Syracuse SportsLine’s model predicts that the teams will score 48 points in total, leaning under. Additionally, according to the model, in more than 50% of simulations, one side of the spread hits. The model’s selection is exclusive to SportsLine.
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