The best in local and national sports talk from Brent Axe, Steve Infanti, Matt Park, Daniel Baldwin, and Seth Goldberg.
On today's show, Matt talks with Ryan while he is in South Carolina about Section III Boy's Lacrosse previews for Classes A and B, then Matt finishes the preview with Classes C and D, as well as a having a chat with Owen Salanger of the Liverpool boys lacrosse team.
This week, Matt and Ryan talk about the NYSPHSAA Football Playoffs and preview the 2022-2023 Section III Boys Basketball season. Also, Amya McLeod from the Rome Free Academy Girls Basketball team joins the guys to talk about the upcoming season as well.
Brian Higgins starts the show recapping last night's Syracuse men's basketball win over Richmond and what it means moving forward. Then, he reacts to one of Jim Boeheim's comments about a freshman who had his best game in Orange last night. Later, Brian looks at what could have been with last night's Syracuse women's basketball loss and what is coming up for the men's team, a game with St. Johns tonight.
Steve and Paulie start the show staying honest and realistic after a close win over Richmond last night. Then, hear from a couple of passionate Orange basketball fans with a game against St. Johns tonight. Later, the guys make their ACC/NFL picks with three Thanksgiving games on the slate.
Brian Higgins starts the show with the good and the bad from Syracuse's 45-35 loss to Wake Forest. Then, Brian reacts to Coach Babers' explanation for a questionable decision late in the game. Later, Brian turns his attention to basketball as the team has a quick turnaround with a game tonight against Richmond.
Steve Infanti is joined by Brian Higgins while Paulie is in Brooklyn for the Empire Classic. The guys start off with their reactions to another brutal Syracuse football loss and how important the BC game is now. Later, they give their takeaways from the men's basketball team's win over Northeastern. Later, Voice of the Spiders Bob Black joins to preview Syracuse-Richmond tonight.
Happy (early) Thanksgiving from Matt and Ryan! This week, we talk about the remaining Section III teams in the NYSPHSAA Football Championships, as well as talking with head coach Troy Washington of the Phoenix Girls Basketball team and Christian Cain of the West Genesee boys basketball team.
Newhouse At Night takes over the ESPN Syracuse airwaves on a Friday, featuring an Oswego Invasion: - Bryce Gelman and Josh Golden discuss Syracuse football - Jake Gourwitz and Josh Golden look at the future of the men's basketball season - Jack Gordon and Andrew Della Piana preview Syracuse-Northeastern - The Oswego Invasion of Luke Owens and Matt Watling react to Twitter trolls after the NFL moved the Bills-Browns game to Detroit
Steve and Paulie start the show with their reactions to Syracuse men's basketball's loss to Colgate and sound thoughts from Coach Boeheim himself from last night's Boeheim Show before hearing from a regular caller. Later, the birthday boy himself joins the show to discuss how his team can right the ship.
Jack Gordon and Andrew Della Piana start the show with a conversation with Syracuse men's basketball freshman Justin Taylor. Then, Johnny Gadamowitz and Jake Gourwitz wrestle with the reality that was the Colgate game last night, and whether there is any reason to worry this early in the season.
Steve and Paulie open the show with a big problem stemming from Monday Night Football last night. Then, they discuss how important tonight's game is for Syracuse men's basketball with other ACC teams losing early on. Later, Colgate men's basketball Head Coach Matt Langel joins the guys to preview the game.
Brian Higgins starts the show discussing the most important position in team sports and how it impacted Syracuse in the 38-3 loss to FSU. Then, Brian takes a second to acknowledge the UVA community after this weekend's tragedy. Later, a look at two Syracuse University sports that deserve recognition.
Steve and Paulie discuss the bigger issues with Syracuse football which were highlighted by a 38-3 loss to Florida State. Later, the guys give their thoughts on the NFL game of the season, a game that Steve Infanti was in attendance for, the Vikings 33-30 OT win over the Bills.