Syracuse Wins their Fourth Straight at Dome
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Posted Dec 3, 2012

Syracuse stays close to start before pulling away big in their 26th-consecutive win at home in the Dome.

Syracuse got on the board first, but would trail Eastern Michigan until 8:13 remaining in the first half, where senior forward James Southerland would connect on his first basket of the game, giving the Orange a 14-12 advantage.

The Orange would never look back from there, getting out to an 18-point lead at the break.

Syracuse continued making history with their 26th-straight win at the Carrier Dome, by the score of 84-48.

Freshman center DaJuan Coleman led all scorers for the Orange with 14. Five Syracuse players ended the game in double-figures.

Sophomore guard Michael Carter-Williams continued his streak of nine or more assists in a game with 11.

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