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Syracuse basketball favored by 17.5 points against Colgate


Syracuse -- The Syracuse men's basketball team, which has left the court as the winner in 52 consecutive games against Colgate, heads into Wednesday night's meeting between the two teams favored by 17.5 points, according to the website VegasInsider.com.


Syracuse can unofficially break the all-time record for consecutive wins over an opponent in a series with a victory.


The current leader in that category is the 52 consecutive wins that UCLA had over California from 1961-1985.


The NCAA lists Syracuse's winning streak over Colgate at 47 games due to victories that Syracuse has vacated due to NCAA violations.


Colgate (4-1) returns the leading scorer from a team that advanced to the Patriot League championship game last year, and has added Northwestern transfer Rapolas Ivanauskas, who actually leads the team in scoring this year.


The Orange, meanwhile, have split its first four games of the year, the team's worst start since 1987-88.




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