Syracuse Football Odds
While you can bet on any out-of-state college football team in New York, you can’t bet on New York-based NCAA football teams or games at NY online sportsbooks. That means, for now at least, that if you want to bet on the Syracuse football team you’ll need to pop over to New Jersey to get your bet down.
If betting on Syracuse football is a priority for you, here’s how to do it at New Jersey online sportsbooks.
Today’s Syracuse football odds
Check the latest Syracuse Orange football game lines below. These are current odds from NJ online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook, sign up for an account, and claim your bonus.
Syracuse National Championship odds
Below find the latest Syracuse Orange football futures, including odds on making a bowl game, making the College Football Playoff, or winning the national championship:
Syracuse football betting lines explained
|UConn Huskies||+2.5 (-110)||+155||Over 44.5 (-110)|
|Syracuse Orange||-2.5 (-110)||-175||Under 44.5 (-110)|
The first numbers represent the spread, with the odds in parentheses. Here, the Orange are 2.5-point favorites over UConn. That means they need to win by three or more for a point spread bet on Syracuse to win. The Huskies, meanwhile, can win the game outright, or lose by two or less. At these odds, bets on whoever covers the spread will win $100, plus the bet back, for every $110 bet.
The next numbers represent the moneyline. Here, Syracuse is a -175 favorite over UConn. That means if Syracuse wins, moneyline bets will pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $175 that you bet. UConn is +155 as the underdog. If you bet on the Huskies and they win, you’ll get $155, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet.
Finally, the last number is the line for the total bet, with odds in parentheses. Here, you bet that both teams will combine to score over or under 44.5 points. The half a point is there to ensure that there is no push. All bets pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 that you wager.
Syracuse football live betting and props
NJ online sportsbooks will also allow you to bet on Syracuse Orange props and place live bets on Syracuse football games. Proposition bets mostly involve betting on team and player stat lines and specific game circumstances.
Live betting is available during games with lines and odds that change with the action. Available bets also include quarter, half, and additional live props.
How to bet on Orange football games online in NJ
The ban on local NCAA team and game betting in New York means you have to go to New Jersey to bet on Syracuse football games this season. Here are the steps to betting online in New Jersey:
- Sign up for an account: Go to any licensed NJ online sportsbook’s website and download its sports betting app or sign up for an account right there. Click on anything that says “sign up,” “join,” “register” or something similar, and fill in the registration pages with your name, email, last four digits of your Social Security number, etc. If there’s a space asking for a promo code or bonus code, you’ll find that here. Enter it there to ensure you’re getting the best sports betting bonus.
- Make a deposit: Click anything that says “deposit” or “cashier,” choose the deposit method that best suits you, and follow the prompts. The options should include cash at NJ casinos, various retail locations across the state, credit and debit cards, online banking services, and payment processors.
- Browse and bet: Browse through the Syracuse Orange football betting options online. Click on any bet you like and fill out the automatically created bet slip to place your college football bets.
How to watch Syracuse football in NY
Syracuse football games air on the ACC Network, ESPN, ACC RSN, YES, or ESPN2 in New York state. Precise TV broadcast details will be available closer to the September start of the season.
Former Syracuse players in the NFL
The list of Syracuse players currently on active NFL rosters includes the following:
- Chandler Jones, DE, Arizona Cardinals
- Justin Pugh, OT, Arizona Cardinals
- Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Detroit Lions
- Zaire Franklin, LB, Indianapolis Colts
- Andre Cisco, SS, Jacksonville Jaguars
- Trill Williams, CB, Miami Dolphins
- Riley Dixon, PT, New York Giants
Syracuse coaching staff
Here are some key members of the current Syracuse football coaching staff:
- Head coach: Dino Babers
- Offensive coordinator: Robert Anae
- Defensive coordinator: Tony White
- Special teams coordinator: Bob Ligashesky
Syracuse Orange home games
- Name: Carrier Dome
- Address: 900 Irving Ave., Syracuse, New York
- Owner and operator: Syracuse University
- Football capacity: 49,057
- Record attendance: 50,564 (Sept. 20, 1980)
- Groundbreaking: 11, 1978
- Opening date: 20, 1980
- Construction cost: $25.63 million
- Other events: Syracuse Orange basketball, concerts
Top sportsbooks near the Syracuse campus
Yellow Brick Road Casino
Yellow Brick Road Casino in Chittenango features New York state’s largest sportsbook, and it’s just 25 minutes from the Syracuse campus. The nearly 9,000-square-foot sports betting lounge has a full-service sports bar with live betting windows and self-service betting kiosks, a 32-foot LED screen, and more than 35 big-screen TVs. It opened in 2019.
Turning Stone Resort Casino
Turning Stone Resort Casino is just 35 minutes from the Syracuse campus and features The Lounge with Caesars Sports for sports betting. The Lounge has a 500-square-foot curved LED screen, luxury seating, award-winning food, luxury VIP areas, live betting, and self-service betting options.
Syracuse football all-time leaders
Here are the Orange career leaders in some key offensive stats:
- Passing yards: Eric Dungey, 9,340 (2015-18)
- Passing TDs: Donovan McNabb, 77 (1995-98)
- Rushing yards: Joe Morris, 4,299 (1978-81)
- Rushing TDs: Walter Reyes, 45 (2001-04)
- Receptions: Ervin Philips, 223 (2014-17)
- Receiving TDs: Rob Moore, 22 (1987-89)
Syracuse Football FAQ
Season ticket packages for Syracuse at the Carrier Dome start as low as $125. The home season starts in mid-September.
Syracuse has just one consensus Division I Football National Championship. It came in 1959 with a win in the championship game (1960 Cotton Bowl Classic) over Texas. The Orange have yet to make a College Football Playoff.
Syracuse has retired just six football jersey numbers:
- 2005 — No. 44 (25 different players)
- 2007 — Larry Csonka (39)
- 2007 — John Mackey (88)
- 2013 — Donovan McNabb (5)
- 2013 — Don McPherson (9)
- 2018 — Joe Morris (47)
“Down, Down the Field Goes Old Syracuse” has been the school fight song since 1915. Otto the Orange, an anthropomorphism of orange as a color and the fruit, is the mascot.
Syracuse has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 2013. The team was in the Eastern College Athletic Conference from 1952-92 and the Big East Conference from 1996-2012.