Syracuse University football

After losing its last 4 games, Syracuse looks to get back in the win column against a new-look Boston College team. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman are joined by Julian Benbow (15:30 - 37:20) and AJ Black (45:55 - 1:01:07) to look into what the Eagles have to offer in 2020.


Despite a loss to Clemson last week, Syracuse carries some momentum into a Halloween battle with the Demon Deacons. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman are joined by Stan Cotten (11:35-39:05) and Conor O'Neill (42:10-1:08:20) to discuss all there is to know about Wake Forest.


Syracuse gears up for its sixth contest of the eleven-game season against #1 Clemson. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman discuss the incredibly lopsided matchup between the Orange and Tigers. Plus, Ben talks to Syracuse.com football reporter Nate Mink about Clemson, the first half of the season, and Dino Babers job security.

It's time for SU's non-conference game against Liberty. Last year, the Orange dominated the Flames 24-0, but this time around it is expected to be very different. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman discuss the matchup as well as the quarterback situation in Syracuse. Plus, Liberty Flames Sports Network football reporter and pregame analyst Nick Pierce joins the show to talk LU's undefeated start to the season.


Coming off the bye week, Syracuse Football looks to get back to .500 this weekend as it takes on a struggling Duke. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman are joined by Wes Durham leading up to the game to talk the matchup, the state of the ACC and everything in between.


 Did someone say bye week special? The Syracuse football team is off until October 10, so host Ben Shulman and guest host Max Chadwick take a look at the Georgia Tech game from a macro perspective. Also, Yellow Jackets SB Nation writer Jeff Cramer gives his reaction to the Orange's most recent win.


Coming into the season, Georgia Tech was the team everyone assumed would be Syracuse's gimme win in the ACC. After two weeks though, that might no longer be the case. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman are joined by Georgia Tech writers Robert Binion and Ken Sugiura to detail the Yellow Jackets.


After failing to reach the endzone in week one, the Syracuse offense has a tougher task this Saturday against a loaded Pitt defense. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman preview the week two matchup with Brandon Ross, who will be calling the game for WAER. Also, WAER's Cooper Boardman joins the show to detail last week's remote broadcasting experience.


Sports fields and courts have been the platforms for statements about social and racial justice since games resumed this year.  Struggle with quality and discrimination are not new, though for Syracuse University, which had to deal with the issues 50 years ago amid student-athlete protests

It’s May 1970. Syracuse Football is set to start spring practice, Ben Schwartzwalder at the helm for his 21st year. Something was different though. Nine football players - mislabeled The Syracuse Eight - boycotted spring practice. Why? To stand up for equality and advocate for a more diverse coaching staff. A decision made in 1969 that affected their playing careers forever. The Eight were eventually suspended from the team and never got to play in the NFL.

A new defensive coordinator means a new defensive scheme for Syracuse Football this season. Hosts Owen Valentine and Ben Shulman are joined by Donnie Druin and Chris Karpman to talk about White as a coach, the 3-3-5 defense and much more!


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