Syracuse, N.Y. -- Even with freshman point guard Tyler Ennis on the bench early for most of the first half, Syracuse didn't panic. The Orange notched its ninth consecutive victory Saturday night, beating Binghamton 93-65.
Just four minutes into the first half, Ennis found himself with two quick fouls.
No need to worry, though, as Trevor Cooney picked up where he left off against Indiana, accounting for 14 first-half points, 12 of which came from beyond the arc. Senior C.J. Fair also had a solid night
Freshmen Ron Patterson, Tyler Roberson and B.J. Johnson also had their numbers called upon early and accounted for early minutes.
Much more to come on CuseNation.com.
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