Orlando, Fla.– Syracuse football is soaking up the Florida sun and its first bowl journey in 5 years this week in Orlando.The group showed up here Christmas Eve and has actually balanced football with fun throughout the week.”It’s a lot much easier than stabilizing football and school,”junior protective end Kendall Coleman quipped.A pre-Christmas,$400 shopping spree at Finest Purchase was one of the bowl perks gifted to the gamers
. Coleman discovered a 40-inch TV to change the broken one in his apartment.It was a long search through Best Buy’s shopping spree … However @ChrisElmore36 got his Apple Watch. pic.twitter.com/9ayhO6UhIt!.?.!— Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) The team’s arrival also coincided with a party featuring games, music and haircuts.On Christmas, the team spent the night at Universal Studios, and Wednesday’s pre-practice activity featured game games and Go-Karts with kids in the neighborhood at
Andretti Indoor Karting and Games. @CuseFootball spent the night at Universal Studios to cap off the first-full day of the @CWBowl last night. pic.twitter.com/cxGI8n1Alh!.?.!— Syracuse Sports (@Cuse
)“It’s excellent weather condition, “redshirt senior pass receiver Jamal Custis stated.”Absolutely nothing like Syracuse.”We’re trying to delight in the check out while will preparing for the game. “No. 20 Syracuse (9-3, 6-2 ACC)and No. 16 West Virginia(8-3, 6-3 Huge 12)fulfill at 5:15 Friday night in the Outdoor camping World Bowl.The Go-Kart activity Wednesday was a joint occasion with West Virginia gamers.”Once you start seeing the opponent across the ring,”Syracuse coach
Dino Babers said,” it starts to truly secure your focus that play time is over. “Contact Nate Mink anytime: 315-430-8253|Email | Twitter |< a href= "https://www.facebook.com/nate.mink.1"target
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