2012 college football schedule: Syracuse closes out season Friday; Rutgers traveling to Pitt Saturday

The Star-Ledger-US PRESSWIRE

The Syracuse Orange and Rutgers Scarlet Knights are in action this weekend.

The Syracuse Orange will look to close out the 2012 regular season with a victory when the team travels to Philadelphia to take on the Temple Owls this Friday.

Syracuse is currently riding a two-game winning streak and sitting in third place in the Big East standings. Having won four of its last five, the team has managed to score at least 30 points in each of the wins over that span. Temple recently snapped a four-game losing streak but has allowed opponents to score 30 or more points in each of its last five games.

Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. ET and the game can be seen on ESPN2.

Rutgers will try to remain undefeated in the Big East when the Scarlet Knights travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers on Saturday.

The Scarlet Knights currently sit in first place in the conference, boasting a 6-0 record against Big East competition. The Panthers are 1-4 in the conference and are currently in the midst of a two-game losing streak.

Kickoff is scheduled for 12 p.m. ET, and the game can be seen on ESPN2.

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