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Syracuse Syracuse Orange

Prior to 2004, their official nicknames were the "Orangemen" and "Orangewomen." Beginning with the 2004–2005 season, the nickname was changed to the "Orange" which is a reference to the Netherlands, which first colonized New York State.

In 1931, a Native American warrior known as Nathan March aka: "Saltine Warrior" became the athletic mascot. The warrior was called the "Saltine Warrior" because of the abundant salt deposits in the Syracuse, New York area. However, in 1978, the Saltine Warrior was banned by the university as part of the national movement to eliminate Native American mascots (one of the first colleges to do this). The mascot briefly morphed into a Roman warrior, but was eventually replaced unofficially in 1982 by a giant, cartoon-style Orange.

Iowa's route to the 1980 Final Four was sparked by an upset of the #1 seed Syracuse in the 3rd Round. In football, one of the most impressive defensive series occurred in the 2006 road win over Syracuse, when the Hawks stopped them from scoring on seven consecutive plays inside the 2-yard line in double overtime.

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Arena History - The Carrier Dome is a domed sports stadium located on the campus of Syracuse University in the University Hill neighborhood of Syracuse, New York. It is home to the Syracuse Orange football, basketball, and lacrosse teams. It is the largest domed stadium of any college campus, and the largest domed stadium in the Northeastern United States. It is also the largest on-campus basketball arena in the nation, with a listed capacity of 33,000. Prior to moving to the Carrier Dome, home games were played in Manley Field House which was constructed in 1962. On February 13, 1980, Georgetown upset #2 ranked Syracuse 52–50 in the final planned, regular season game at Manley Field House, where the Orange boasted a 57-game home winning streak. Prior to Manley Field House, the Archbold Gymnasium was used, starting in 1908, which is still used for various university activities. After a 1947 fire, most home games were played at Syracuse's state fairgrounds' Coliseum and other local venues from 1947 to 1949.

All-Time Basketball Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Syracuse  Syracuse 3 1 0 4 75.00%

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All-Time* Basketball Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Syracuse  Syracuse 3 0 0 3 100.00%

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Stadium History - The Carrier Dome has been used for football since the 1980 season. Prior to the dome, they used Archbold Stadium, which was built in 1907 and could not be expanded. Syracuse University decided to build a new stadium on the site of Archbold. While the Carrier Dome was being built during the 1979 season, Syracuse played "home" games at three different locations—Giants Stadium, Rich Stadium (now known as Highmark Stadium); and Schoellkopf Field. When it opened in September 1980, it was made clear just how loud it was inside; that night the Carrier Dome's famous nickname, "the Loud House", was coined.

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All-Time Football Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Syracuse  Syracuse 3 1 0 4 75.00%


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