The best in local and national sports talk from Brent Axe, Steve Infanti, Matt Park, Daniel Baldwin, and Seth Goldberg.
Steve and Paulie start the show taking a call on Tucker Dordevic's exit and discussing Syracuse men's basketball's lack of activity in the transfer portal. Then, Syracuse.com's Dean Zulkofske helps the guys wrap up the men's lacrosse season and look ahead to the NCAA Tournament for the women's team. Later, Jordan joins for NBA Buy or Sell where Paulie quickly takes things off the rails and Steve declares one series to already be over.
Steve and Paulie react to Syracuse men's lacrosse attacker Tucker Dordevic entering the transfer portal and get the thoughts of 4x All-American Ric Beardsley on Dordevic's decision and the team's season as a whole. Then, the guys talk Yankees and Paulie's busy weekend as they go Around MLB.
May is here and with it comes a new episode of Players Only! Matt and Ryan talk Section baseball and boys lacrosse and chat with Ty Corey, freshman baseball player out of Phoenix High School whose battle with a rare disease hasn't kept him from playing the sport he loves.
Steve and Paulie start the show off with their biggest takeaways from the NFL Draft and their biggest issues with the Dome's new seats before a caller chimes in on the matter. Later, Jake Brown from the New York Post hops on to talk Giants, Jets, Mets and scapulae.
Steve and Paulie try and gauge the importance of this year's NFL Draft potentially having no selections out of Syracuse. Then, Orange women's lacrosse defender Sarah Cooper joins the show to preview the ACC Tournament with SU's first game tomorrow night against Virginia. Later, Giants.com host and reporter John Schmeelk hops on to discuss the Giants' approach to a busy first night of the draft with two top-ten picks.
Steve Infanti and Paulie Scibilia dive into the SU men's basketball team with the news that Chaz Owens has entered the transfer portal and later chat about another major transfer for Felisha Legette-Jack's squad. Plus, the guys put Jordan Capozzi in an uncomfortable spot to make a hypothetical decision that could ruin his relationship with either Steve or Paulie.
Brent addresses the lack of Orange in this year's NFL Draft and looks ahead to who could potentially hear their name called next year. Later, Brent looks at the Jets and Giants biggest needs entering the draft with both teams having two top 10 picks.
Steve and Paulie debate whether Syracuse men's basketball finishing with the 14th ranked recruiting class is a cause for celebration. Then, Jordan joins in to take the guys around Major League Baseball and start an argument between the hosts regarding the Nets' unsuccessful season.
Steve and Paulie start the show in shock of the Nets' inability to perform in the playoffs after falling down 3-0 to the Celtics over the weekend. Later, they discuss whether or not Syracuse will regret falling behind in the NIL sphere after Miami signed former KSU guard Nijel Pack to an $800k+ deal.
Brent reacts to the surprising retirement of Jay Wright, marking another legendary college coach who didn't outlast Jim Boeheim. Later, Brent discusses the Nets-Celtics series and Miguel Cabrera being intentionally walked with the chance for his 3,000th career hit.
Steve and Paulie start the show wondering how much money it would take for them to root against their favorite teams and discussing whether or not Jay Wright is done coaching. Then, Syracuse.com's Dean Zulkofske hops on to talk Syracuse lacrosse, including a preview of tomorrow's SU-BC matchup.
Steve Infanti and Paulie Scibilia open the Wednesday edition of Orange Nation discussing the record-setting performance during yesterday's women's lacrosse game. Later they chat with Sam Swart of the women's lacrosse team and break down the New York baseball teams in Buy or Sell.
Steve and Paulie discuss how Syracuse fans will react to their seats potentially being moved as the Dome reduces capacity and make some suggestions to improve the entertainment value at the Dome. Then, Paulie pitches an outdoor lacrosse field and Steve loses it.
Steve and Paulie react to JMA Wireless taking over naming rights for the Dome and look back on the top moments in Carrier Dome history. Then, NunesMagician's Kevin Wall hops on to discuss Quincy Ballard choosing Wichita State over Syracuse and what the Orange may do to fill the hole left by Frank Anselem.
Steve and Paulie debate how much Syracuse's ranking in ESPN's Football Power Index matters and where they can sneak out the required wins to make a bowl game. Then, things get heated when discussing Clayton Kershaw being pulled from yesterday's game after seven perfect innings.
Brent discusses a potential move to Division I for Le Moyne and how the move could impact them both short-term and long-term. Later, Brent is joined by Del Reid of 26 shirts to debut a new design they'll be selling with proceeds going to St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Brian Higgins and Mario Sacco recap the women's lacrosse team's win over Cornell and who stepped up to fill the void injuries have created. Later in the show, they chat with Dan Fetes who covers the Bills for 13WHAM and hear from Felisha Legette-Jack and Sue Ludwig.
Steve Infanti and Paulie Scibilia dive deep into social media etiquette, as Chance Amie deleted a tweet that said he received an offer from SU. Later, they ponder which Syracuse University team will have the best season in 2022-23, and Jordan Capozzi unveils the Veggie Madness winner.