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 SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Brandon Triche and James Southerland have one thing on their minds - getting No. 17 Syracuse a badly-needed win over DePaul on Wednesday night.
That's their Senior Night and it would do wonders for a team in a funk after three straight losses.
If there's any consolation, Saturday's 58-53 home loss to Louisville was preceded by setbacks at Marquette (74-71) and in the Carrier Dome to archrival Georgetown (57-46).
That's three losses in a week to teams now ranked fifth (Georgetown), eighth (Louisville) and 15th (Marquette) with a combined record of 69-16.

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