Rutgers-Syracuse Tied 10-10: End Of Third Quarter

The Scarlet Knights used an eight-play, 85-yard touchdown drive, capped off by a Jeremy Deering 19-yard rush to score the quarters only TD.

The game enters the final quarter tied 10-10.

The TD was setup by a 34-yard reception by wide receiver Mark Harrison from quarterback Tom Savage, who replaced starter Chas Dodd to begin the half.

Deering, a wide receiver, a rushed for 108 yards on 20 carries.

Syracuse tied the game at 10-10 on its second possession of the quarter when freshman kicker Ross Krautman nailed a 48-yard field goal.

Quarterback Ryan Nassib led a 12-play, 58-yard drive which was highlighted Delone Carter 34-yard rush.

The Orange marched to the Rutgers’ 18-yard line but Nassib was sacked twice to force a field goal try.

The fourth quarter will start with Syracuse facing a fourth-down punting situation.

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