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The ESPN College GameDay breaks off the Saturday trip to Syracuse



Syracuse, NY – Representatives of the ESPN have decided to cancel the planned broadcast of the College GameDay on Saturday from the Carrier Dome, as Jim Boeheim, coach of Syracuse, was involved in a fatal car accident late Wednesday night on Saturday 11-12 Clock in the Carrier Dome to air.

Instead of coming to Syracuse, an ESPN representative said GameDay would be distributed by the studios of the Bristol, Conn.

to be broadcast. "Due to the recent tragedy and after careful consideration of the festive nature of the show, ESPN's College GameDay will emerge this weekend from ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, rather than at Syracuse University," said ESPN Media Officer Anna Negron "We talked to school officials and they understand the decision."

Boeheim drove home on Interstate 690 East in Syracuse after the game of Orange v Louisville end W home Ednesday night when he beat Jorge Jimenez Passenger in a car involved in a previous accident He and the other three people had gotten out of his car

ESPN is still broadcasting Saturday's match between Syracuse and Duke The game is scheduled for 1

8.00 pm Dan ESPN's Shulman, Jay Bilas and Maria Taylor will join the game.

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