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No. 11 Syracuse (4-3) lost its second game in a row. After dropping a game to No. 8 Ohio State on Saturday, the Orange fell to No. 18 DePaul (5-0) in the third place game of the Golf Coast Showcase, 108-84. It was the third game in three days for both teams.The Blue Demons led 17-11 with just over four minutes left in the first quarter but they went on 12-0 run to end the frame with an 18-point advantage.“We just came out flat … we just never really got going,” head coach Quentin Hillsman said.“It was evident early, the first four, five possessions.”The Orange tried to find different lineup combinations to fix the issues, as 11 different players saw at least five minutes or more in the first half, with nine of them scoring, none more than double digits. SU outscored DePaul by one in the second quarter but still went into the break with the double-digit deficit.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHillsman said that he’s not sure why his team lacked energy on the court but that it was clear that it wasn’t playing at a high enough level to win the game.Midway through the third quarter the DePaul lead ballooned to 26 points, the highest margin of the game.An and-1 from Brittney Sykes late in the 4:29 left in the game trimmed the lead back down to 14 points. But two minutes later, the Blue Demons had regained a 20-point lead, going on to sub out all of the starters.The past two games marked the first time SU suffered back-to-back losses since last January, when it lost to Atlantic Coast Conference powers Notre Dame and Louisville.The Orange ended up shooting 43.8 percent from the field, which was a season best. But it allowed DePaul to shoot 51.4 percent and make 19 3-pointers at a 48.7 percent clip — all season highs allowed.“We weren’t ready to play today and that falls on me as a coach,” Hillsman said. “… It’s my job to put the right product out there on the court and tonight it just wasn’t the right the product.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 27, 2016 at 8:50 pm Contact Tomer: [email protected] | @tomer_langer
No sooner had Prime Minister George Papandreou finished defending his suggestion that a snap general election might be needed if PASOK does not get a mandate in Sunday’s local polls, than he was forced to come to the defence of Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos over claims that the government might seek to restructure Greece’s debt.Papandreou, who ran a 10-kilometre race as part of the Athens Classic Marathon on the weekend had every reason to feel exhausted at the end of the week when he was criticized for raising the issue of early elections as the fate of the Greek economy still hangs in the balance.However, speaking Saturday at a local election campaign rally in the capital, Papandreou insisted he was correct in responding to New Democracy’s tactic of making the November 7 vote about national rather than local issues by throwing down the gauntlet. “We will be voting on and deciding whether our country will complete the great effort we have undertaken to save it or whether we abandon it in the middle and let our hard work and sacrifices go to waste,” he said. In an interview with the Real News weekly, Papandreou insisted he was not “bluffing or trying to escape problems” by challenging voters with the possibility that national elections could be held. By Sunday the election talk took on an added dimension as ND called on Papandreou to sack Pangalos over comments that the government might consider restructuring its debt, which is an option that Papandreou insists is not on PASOK’s agenda.“Debts exist to be restructured,” Pangalos told Sunday’s To Vima newspaper. “We may pursue it ourselves or the option may be offered to us and it could be in our interest to turn it down.” ND spokesman Panos Panagiotopoulos said Pangalos’s comments suggested that the real reason Papandreou hinted at snap elections was because he is considering a restructuring of Greek debt. Although Papandreou did not respond personally, government spokesman Giorgos Petalotis accused ND of developing “conspiracy theories” and insisted that the government is committed to sticking to the program to lead Greece out of its economic crisis. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram