Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse is settling in to a familiar routine this season.
The football team will continue its run of early kick times on Oct. 24 at No. 1 Clemson. The game is scheduled to start at noon, the sixth early afternoon start this season.
The game will be televised by ESPN or the ACC Network. The network decision will be finalized after this weekend’s slate of games, the ACC said.
Syracuse is reeling heading into this weekend’s game against Liberty (4-0), as the team’s roster is down more than a dozen starters or expected contributors from the preseason.
Clemson, vying for a record sixth-straight outright ACC championship, is led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the projected No. 1 overall NFL pick next spring, and All-American running back Travis Etienne. Both are Heisman Trophy candidates.
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