SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — After two losses against Big Ten foes to start the season, Syracuse finally gets to play a game at home and rookie coach Scott Shafer is ecstatic.
"I can't wait to coach in front of our student body," Shafer said. "I can't wait to have the community come out and see the football team. I know our kids are thirsty. I can't tell you how excited I am to get back there again, run out of that locker room and just play our butts off."
Why wouldn't he be excited?
Wagner (1-1), which plays at Division I's second tier, is the foe on Saturday in the Carrier Dome. Not only are the Seahawks coming off a 42-41 loss last week at home to Merrimack, a Division II team, this will be just their second game ever against a Football Bowl Subdivision team.
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