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Clemson's equipment team drove 14 hours, from Clemson to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, arriving Thursday.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

Clemson's equipment team drove 14 hours, from Clemson to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, arriving Thursday.

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  • Clemson's equipment team drove 14 hours, from Clemson to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, arriving Thursday.
  • Syracuse University fans line up to get tickets for the Clemson game at the Carrier Dome ticket office.
  • The Carrier Dome, in the center of the Syracuse University campus, is marked with signs to find the dome and parking.
  • One of many gates to enter the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.
  • ACC is marked on the field and the goal post at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse. Ticket box office official said the 49,500 seats will be mostly full when the third-ranked Tigers play the Orange Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on national television ABC.
  • A statue of Ernie Davis, the 1961 Heisman Trophy winner, is near the Carrier Dome. Clemson visits for Syracuse's debut ACC football game.
  • A stream of water, seen at 1/4th of a second camera shutter speed, appears a blurry flow under leaves of changing colors at Syracuse University the day before the Clemson at Syracuse football game.
  • A statue at Syracuse Univerisity of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln reading a book on his horse is one of four duplicates of the original bronze statue. Sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington created several famous statues, including this one titled 'On the Circuit,' representing Lincoln as a young lawyer studying during his travels.
  • A Syracuse University student carries a musical instrument across the campus, underneath leaves of changing color, the day before the football game with Clemson University.
  • Fans visiting the Carrier Dome, in the center of the Syracuse University campus, is marked with signs to find the dome in the city.
  • Clemson fans Brad Robins and his father Steve Robins, of Easley, arrive in Syracuse at the airport.
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  • Clemson University football fans looking for barbecue beef, chicken, and pork came to Dinosaur Barbecue in downtown Syracuse.
  • Clemson University football fans looking for barbecue beef, chicken, and pork came to Dinosaur Barbecue in downtown Syracuse.

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