They certainly can go undefeated, but will they? I've been pretty much all over this team's nutsack all year. I just think they're really goddamn good. They are in fact really goddamn good. Here is their remaining regular season sked, complete with rankings of the teams they play, projected score, number of projected possessions in that game (pomeroy's thing is points per possession), and projected chance of winning each game. Sat Jan 21 91 Notre Dame W, 73-62 65 85% Away Mon Jan 23 46 Cincinnati W, 72-64 67 75% Away Sat Jan 28 24 West Virginia W, 77-65 68 84% Home Sat Feb 4 161 St. John's W, 79-61 68 93% Away Wed Feb 8 13 Georgetown W, 70-62 64 79% Home Sat Feb 11 31 Connecticut W, 75-63 65 86% Home Mon Feb 13 42 Louisville W, 70-63 68 74% Away Sun Feb 19 97 Rutgers W, 74-62 68 85% Away Wed Feb 22 110 South Florida W, 72-53 61 96% Home Sat Feb 25 31 Connecticut W, 71-67 65 66% Away Sat Mar 3 42 Louisville W, 74-60 68 90% Home I copied this in here not because I think computer projections are going to hold true, but because this was just actually the easiest way for me to copy in the remaining schedule. But you can see that their schedule really isn't that daunting. The toughest remaining game for the Orange is UConn on the road. Other than that game, I don't think the teams remaining on their schedule have a great chance of beating them. Louisville can't score. Rutgers is still Rutgers even if they're a little bit less Rutgers. South Florida blows donkey [penis]. St. John's blows. Notre Dame is dog trash. Cincy is a decent team, but Syracuse enjoys beating the [uck fay] out of decent teams. It's sort of their thing. WVU and Georgetown are good squads but 'Cuse is really tough to beat at home. This, of course, is not taking into account the BE tournament, where things can get flukey. And so I won't even speculate on that yet, but as far as regular season, I think the Orange has a decent chance.