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Timeline of Taco Time’s evolution

first_imgTaco Time in the Carrier Dome began in 1995 and this season marks the 20th anniversary of the promotion that’s become a tradition. Check out this timeline of Taco Time’s evolution:1980s — Syracuse legends Sherman Douglas and Derrick Coleman play three seasons as teammates from 1986-89. Burger King had a promotion in the 80s that fans could redeem for free french fries when SU scored over 100 points at home, which occurred 12 times in that span.1995-96 — Before Michael Veley’s first season as marketing director for SU Athletics, he creates a promotion with Taco Bell that when Syracuse scores more than 75 points, fans can redeem a free taco at participating restaurants.2004 — Taco Time is added at women’s basketball games but the benchmark to redeem free tacos is 65 points compared to 75 for men’s. It’s designed to be attainable to drive more fans to Taco Bell.2008 — An online survey asks SU students to rate their favorite promotion at men’s basketball games. Taco Time received more than double the number of votes as any other choice.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAug. 2012 — The Taco Bell in Kimmel Food Court is closed and replaced with Queso’s. Taco Bell no longer has a restaurant on campus but the nearest one to the Carrier Dome is just 5 miles away.Feb. and March 2013 — Nike creates T-shirts that say “We want tacos.” They are discontinued after just two seasons despite successful sales at the SU Bookstore.Nov. 2015 — Number of points in order to reach Taco Time is bumped from 75 to 70 at men’s games. Despite a prior miscommunication by SU Athletics, it remains 65 for women’s games.Nov. 17, 2015 — Men’s basketball team scores over 70 points to reach Taco Time in a win over St. Bonaventure. This is the 320th Taco Time. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 17, 2015 at 11:39 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedslast_img read more

Appiah: Sudan game is the most important

first_imgGhana coach has urged his Black Stars not to look at the table rather concentrate on their FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Sudan.The Black Stars head into the match in Kumasi sitting second and three points behind Zambia in the group and know nothing less than three points are likely keep them in the hunt of reaching the top.Kwesi Appiah says there is still a long road to go in the second round qualifying campaign, which reaches the halfway stage this weekend.“Our first two games mean nothing now. The most important game for us is the game against Sudan and that is what we are focusing on now,” Appiah said.“It is a long road to reaching the finals in Brazil. And we must beat them [Sudan] to stay on track. The table is a reflection of results so far but our campaign has always been in our hands.“We must focus on beating Sudan and see where that takes us.” After consecutive appearances at the finals in 2006 and 2010, the hopes of a third depends on what the present generation of Black Stars achieve in the qualifiers.For Appiah, the Black Stars can draw inspiration from two previous World Cup appearances in their bid to secure qualification for the 2014 finals in Brazil.“The World Cup is a great sporting event that every player dreams of. A few members of the present team have had that opportunity but I believe the rest can draw motivation from that.“They should have that desire of wanting to be in Brazil and make sure that they carry that dream through.“We need to go out there and take the points and keep on like that,” the Ghana coach said.last_img read more