first_imgSyracuse (7-4) faces St. John’s (5-7) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. The Orange had lost four of its previous six before getting back on track with a 48-point win on Monday night. SU looks to pick up its second consecutive win for the first time since Nov. 22.Here are answers to your game day questions.How can you watch the game? The game will be broadcast on regional sports networks. In the Syracuse area, it will be broadcast on YES. Here are local listings for YES based on provider.• Time Warner: 321 (digital subscribers) and 53 (non-digital subscribers)• Verizon Fios: 576 (high-definition) and 76 (standard definition)• DirecTV: 631For those not in the Syracuse area, here’s a list of the networks that will be showing the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text• FOX Sports South/FOX Sports Carolinas• FOX Sports Sun• FOX Sports Midwest Plus/FOX Sports Indiana Plus• Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic Plus• YES• NESN Plus• SportsTime Ohio• FOX Sports San Diego• FOX Sports Prime Ticket• ROOT Sports Rocky MountainThe game will be blacked out on ESPN3 throughout New York state and a large portion of the East Coast.Will Tyler Lydon be healthy to play? After straining his right Achilles late in the first half against Eastern Michigan on Monday night, Lydon will be a game-time decision on Wednesday against St. John’s. He was limited during practice on Tuesday.Will Tyler Roberson regain the minutes he once had? After playing 28.7 and 30.5 minutes per game over the past two years, respectively, Roberson has played just 18.3 minutes per game this year. Following Lydon’s injury, Roberson played 25 minutes against EMU, but with a healthy Lydon and a limited offensive game, Roberson’s minutes going forward are unknown.How do our beat writers predict the game will unfold? Check out their predictions, here.Anything else to know about St. John’s? Here’s a preview of the Red Storm. Comments Published on December 21, 2016 at 10:49 am Contact Paul: | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more