The best in local and national sports talk from Brent Axe, Steve Infanti, Matt Park, Daniel Baldwin, and Seth Goldberg.
Michael and Tommy are joined by Nunes Magician creator Sean Keeley to talk SU-Clemson before they make their official picks. Then, hear a legendary story about an Otto fight from a legendary caller. Later, the guys make their NFL week 6 picks before they deliver the six-pack.
Steve and Paulie react to Dino Babers' explanation for some questionable play calls against Wake Forest. Then, Paulie tries to give away the entire Wildcat Pizza Pub with owner Dan Thome sitting right in front of him. Later, the hosts predict tomorrow's leading rusher, how Andre Szmyt will perform in primetime and more.
MIchael Lehr and Tommy Hogan discuss whether or not a win over Clemson would justify Syracuse fans storming the field on Friday. Then, Andy Pregler of Nunes Magician joins the guys to preview that game. Later, the guys give their best picks on the college football slate before unleashing the six pack.
Brent details the struggles of the Clemson Tigers and explains why the Orange must look back to four years ago in order to move forward on Friday. Then, an update on the #44 debate and examples of some plays Brent would like to see SU run against Clemson.
Steve and Paulie welcome in Tom Noie of the South Bend Tribune to discuss the reasons behind JJ Starling picking Notre Dame over Syracuse's basketball program. Then the guys ponder how new transfer portal rules may impact a player's relationship with the coaches that they turn down.
Michael Lehr and Tommy Hogan recap an all-time bad sports night for Tommy. Then, they're joined by respected Fantasy Football expert Barry Matthews. Later, Michael tries to turn his co-host into a hockey fan before the guys give their six best picks of the night.
Steve and Paulie hear from Coach Jim Boeheim, Buddy Boeheim and Bourama Sidibe on ACC Men's Basketball Media Day. The hosts discuss different possibilities at the center position, the likelihood of a Boeheim on the bench and they even make a friendly wager.
Tommy and Michael are back after a crazy weekend of football to recap Syracuse's heartbreaking 40-37 loss to Wake Forest and some of their bets on both college football and the NFL. Later, they give their favorite prop bets for tonight's Colts-Ravens game and are joined by Josh Golden for the Six Pack.
Brent recaps Syracuse's 40-37 heartbreaking overtime loss to Wake Forest as well as some of the questionable coaching decisions from Dino Babers. Later, Brent discusses Vonn Read's first press conference as acting head coach of the women's basketball program.
Steve and Paulie hear from Coach Babers and some displeased fans following Syracuse football's 40-37 overtime loss to Wake Forest on Saturday. Stick around until the end to hear what happened this weekend that's got Paulie even more upset than the Orange loss.
Steve and Paulie start the show with some comments from Coach Dino Babers, including some insight on his formal complaint to the ACC. Then, they get inside the mind of Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson before making their weekend football picks.
Michael Lehr and Tommy Hogan reveal their official picks for Syracuse-Wake Forest. Then, they're joined by Action Network's Charlie DiSturco, who hit a 7-leg anytime touchdown scorer parlay over the weekend. Later, they go back and forth with their best NFL picks of the weekend before they give the six pack.
Michael gives Tommy his time to vent about the Yankees loss in the Wild Card game and they share their board for Week 6 of college football. Plus, Lauren Walsh of WXII in North Carolina joins the to preview Syracuse-Wake Forest and another edition of "Six Pack."
Mario Sacco joins Steve Infanti to put a bow on the Yankees season after their loss to the Red Sox in the AL Wild Card game. Then, the guys give their expectations and worries for SU against Wake Forest. Later, they evaluate Jon Rothstein's projected starting lineup for Syracuse Men's Basketball.
Brent starts the show reacting to John Wildhack's comments from earlier today on ACC officiating and Orange football. Then, an NFL defensive lineman's comments about officiating make Hot Takes before Brent discusses ratings for Sunday Night Football.
Steve and Paulie start the show asking why Syracuse football can't be like Wake Forest football. Then, a caller asks the hosts if they feel the same about Coach Babers as they did when he got hired. Later, the guys try to figure out how officiating issues across the country can be solved.
Brent is back after an incredible weekend of football to discuss Syracuse's heartbreaking 33-30 loss to Florida State and Taj Harris entering the transfer portal. Brent also takes a few phone calls from Steve in North Syracuse and Scooter in Jamesville.
Syracuse senior defensive lineman Josh Black joins the show to discuss the team's tough loss to FSU over the weekend, some close calls going against the Orange in both losses this season, Taj Harris' decision to enter the transfer portal and more.
Steve and Paulie start the show trying to get inside the mind of Tommy DeVito as he handles a potentially awkward QB situation. Then, the guys make their five best picks for the weekend between the ACC and the NFL. Later, Paulie, Steve and Jordan end the week like only they can: by bickering.
Syracuse Club Hockey President Mackenzie Murphy and Syracuse Club Baseball President Connor Burke joined Brent to discuss the university asking them to no longer use the block S on their gear before the university reversing their decision.