How to watch Syracuse basketball vs. Daemen: Exhibition game time, TV channel, free live stream

On Friday, October 27 (10/27/2023) at 7 p.m. ET, the Syracuse Orange Men’s Basketball Team will host the Daemen Wildcats for an exhibition game at the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse, New York.

To watch the Syracuse vs. Daemen game, tune in to the ACC Network Extra. This game is not available on cable TV, but you can stream it on or ESPN Plus.

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Although it’s just an exhibition game, all eyes will be on Adrian Autry, Syracuse’s new head coach. This will be Autry’s first time leading the Orange against another team since taking over for the legendary Jim Boeheim in March.

Autry plans to implement a more aggressive man-to-man defense, a departure from the familiar 2-3 zone defense fans are used to under Boeheim. He aims to generate fast-break offensive opportunities through increased defensive pressure.

This will be the first regular season matchup between the Orange and the Wildcats, but they did play an exhibition game in 2019, with the Orange emerging victorious with a score of 90-71.

Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET. Here’s how to watch ACC Network Extra:

ACC Network Extra games are not available on TV, but if you have access to the ACC Network through your cable TV package, you can sign in on or ESPN apps to watch the game.

Cord cutters can also stream the game on by signing up for a live TV service like fuboTV (free trial) or DirecTV Stream (free trial). After signing up, they can use the same credentials to log in on

Find more information about ACC Network Extra here.

To check if your cable provider offers ACC Network, use this channel finder: Verizon Fios, Xfinity, Spectrum, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DirecTV

Can I place bets on the game?

Unfortunately, betting is not available for in-state college teams due to New York’s betting laws.

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