Syracuse first began competing in football in 1889. The program's history is highlighted by the 1959 National Championship. The Orange's 1959 was led by Ernie Davis, the first African American Heisman winner. Notable alumnus of the Syracuse Orange include Floyd Little, Larry Csonka, Art Monk, and Joe Morris. Coaches Dick MacPherson and Paul Pasquasloni brought much success to Syracuse winning 4 Conference Titles and making 11 bowl game appearances. Some great players of the Orange during this period include Donovan McNabb, Marvin Harrison, and Qadry Ismail. The Orange play their home games at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York. The Carrier Dome is the largest domed on-campus stadium holding just over 50,00 spectators. The Carrier Dome is known as one of the loudest collegiate stadiums around. Get your Syracuse Orange tickets today and watch the return to glory!