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Posted on September 23, 2022

Free Football Pick Virginia Cavaliers vs Syracuse Orange Prediction, 9/23/2022 College Football

Syracuse Orange vs Virginia Cavaliers College Football Pick and Prediction 9/23/2022. The Virginia Cavaliers travel to Syracuse, NY to face the Syracuse Orange at 7:00PM EST at JMA Wireless Dome.

Doc's Sports provides College Football picks, predictions, tips and college football odds on this matchup of Virginia Cavaliers vs Syracuse Orange.

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