#FakeNunes presents Syracuse Orange vs. Miami Hurricanes


Welcome back, Fake Nunes fans. The analysis staff work hard as the Syracuse Orange returns in the 2021-22 ACC basketball season. Let’s come to the preview of Syracuse’s next opponent …

Opponent: Miami hurricanes

Site: Coral Gables, Florida

Students: 11,094 college students who think A-Rod is Miami’s most famous alum

The Nunes 2021-22 False Equation of Uproar (#FNET)

College basketball is full of metrics that no one really understands, so we’ll continue to give you more ridicule with this year’s revised version. FNET metric.

Head Coach’s Casual Bench Attire:

Jim Larrañaga is expected to dress like other transplant New Yorkers who retired to Coral Gables. Let’s put it in short sleeve button down shirts, pleated shorts and Sperry shoes.

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Can you imagine Jim Boeheim coaching in shorts and Sperrys?

NCAA basketball: Villanova in Syracuse

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Advantage: Pushing.


Syracuse will go with the standard road orange look while Miami has these Adidas shorts that want you to look at their crotch for some reason.

NCAA basketball: Stetson in Miami-Florida

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Advantage: Syracuse because no one wants a weird U-design on their shorts

Basketball program hashtag:

None against none

Well that’s new to us.

Advantage: push

Name of the best team abroad:

We take a look at where the alumni play professional basketball and figure out the coolest name using our super-scientific secret formula.

Cangrejeros de Santurce – Puerto Rico Baloncesto Superior Nacional (Angel Rodriguez) vs PS Karlsruhe – German Pro A (Matthew Moyer)

If you play for a team called the Crabmen that belongs to Bad Bunny, that’s enough to take that category.

Advantage: Miami


Both teams shoot and hit and it’s 30-30 in the 10th minute of the first half. Then the referees intervene with a few inconsistent faults that destroy the pace of the game and make it a chore. The second half starts off the same, but Joe Girard and Kameron McGusty engage in a streak of “whatever you hit, I can too”. Down the home stretch, Syracuse remembers having a 7-foot shot over 70 percent of the field and fed Jesse Edwards enough to escape with a four-point road win.


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