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Orange head football coachwas voted the co-Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year by the Associated Press on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Babers, who led Syracuse to a 9-3 regular-season record and a berth in the Camping World Bowl, shared the award with Clemson's Dabo Swinney.After being picked last in the ACC Atlantic Division during the preseason, Syracuse posted a 6-2 league record and finished second in the division behind No. Quarterback, defensive endand linebackermade the second team.Clemson's Travis Etienne (Offensive Player of the Year), Clelin Ferrell (Defensive Player of the Year) and Trevor Lawrence (Newcomer of the Year) captured the AP's other top awards.The award winners and all-conference teams were determined by a vote of 14 sports writers who regularly cover the ACC for newspapers or broadcast outlets.The 17th-ranked Orange will square off against No. They may be purchased online ( Cuse.com/tickets ), by phone ( 888-DOME-TIX ) and at the Carrier Dome Box Office (Gate B).The deadline to renew current season tickets is March 8, 2019.For complete coverage of Syracuse football, follow us on Twitter ( @CuseFootball ), Instagram ( @CuseFootball ) and like us on Facebook ( Syracuse Football ).
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