sports

WAER sports coverage

Syracuse Back To .500

Sep 23, 2013
CitrusTV Sports, 2013

Syracuse (2-2) rolled Tulane 52-17 Saturday in SU's second home game of the year. A week after coach Scott Shafer won his first game, Terrel Hunt followed suit capturing his first victory as the Orange's starting quarterback. The redshirt sophomore picked up where he left off, leading the Cuse to eleven straight scoring drives at one point dating back to the game versus Northwestern. 

ESPN New York's Rich Cimini spoke with Marc Weber and Jarret Leist about rookie Geno Smith, offensive issues and successes on defense.  

Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News talks with Marc Weber and Jarret Leist about Eli Manning, the team's running back situation and Syracuse alumni Justin Pugh

Marc Weber and Jarret Leist spoke with Brian Galliford of Buffalo Rumblings about rookie EJ Manuel's start, new coach Doug Marrone and Mario Williams's sacks.

Bailey Lipschultz came on with Jarret Leist and Marc Weber to discuss the performance of Terrel Hunt, Syracuse's new helmets and Shafer's thoughts on the special teams

Syracuse running back Jerome Smith spoke with Jarret Leist and Marc Weber of The Double Overtime to talk about the new offense, Clemson and his numerous touchdowns.

Syracuse vs. Tulane Preview

Sep 20, 2013
CitrusTV Sports, 2013

All eyes will be on the renewed quarterback battle as Syracuse (1-2) takes on Tulane (2-1) on Saturday.  Head Coach Scott Shafer told Orange All Access on Monday that Terrel Hunt will make his first career start against the Green Wave.

Tim Langlois hops on the Double Overtime to discuss Syracuse's first win of the season, Terrel Hunt and attendance at the Dome

Syracuse safety Durrell Eskridge talks with Zack Molle and Eric Duick about the Orange's first win of the year

SU Football Wins 54-0

Sep 14, 2013
Ben Fontana, 2013

Syracuse (1-2) throttled Wagner 54-0 in the Dome Opener on Saturday. It’s the first win of the Scott Shafer era, but he wasn’t focused on that.

“I didn’t think about my first win too much until they dumped the Gatorade on me,” Shafer said, with a chuckle. “But it feels great.”

The big story of the day revolved around, what else, the quarterbacks. Senior transfer Drew Allen started the game, but was yanked after he mustered just three points on three drives.

Pages