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8:35 pm
Sat August 31, 2013

Syracuse Loses Season Opener 23-17

Penn State warms up prior to its 23-17 win over Syracuse
Credit Ben Fontana, 2013

East Rutherford, NJ - Syracuse (0-1) fell 23-17 to Penn State (1-0) in its first game in the Scott Shafer era.

The first year coach said, “I liked the way the kids competed.”

Senior Drew Allen was the man under center for the orange. The Oklahoma transfer finished the game 17 for 38 with 189 yards and two interceptions.

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3:12 pm
Fri August 30, 2013

Brent Axe Interview

Eric Duick and Zack Molle spoke to Syracuse.com's Brent Axe about the upcoming Syracuse football season.

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8:01 am
Thu August 22, 2013

SU Football Nine Days Away From Opener

First-year head coach Scott Shafer addresses the media
Credit Ben Fontana, 2013

Preseason camp is winding down for Syracuse Football. The Orange has already shifted the attention to its season opener against Penn State. Head coach Scott Shafer and the Orange are following a script to be ready for the August 31 game at MetLife Stadium. You can catch that game right here on WAER, 88.3 FM, starting at 2:30 PM with an hour-long Countdown to Kick-off

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2:10 pm
Mon August 19, 2013

Ian Eagle Inducted Into WAER Hall of Fame

Mary Evans and Ian Eagle
Joe Lee

Veteran sports broadcaster Ian Eagle '90 was inducted into the WAER Hall of Fame on Friday August 16, 2013 at the Joseph I Lubin House in Manhattan, NY.

Eagle is most notably known as the lead play-by-play announcer for the Brooklyn Nets on the YES network for the past 18 seasons.  His work on YES earned him a New York Emmy for play-by-play earlier this year.  In addition to his Nets duties, Eagle also broadcasts NFL football, NCAA basketball and Tennis for CBS Sports.

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3:24 pm
Fri August 16, 2013

SU Football Builds Teamwork at Fort Drum

Mackey MacPherson leads the 1st platoon out on to the "battlefield"
Credit Ben Fontana, 2013

Fort Drum, NY -  Earlier this morning, Syracuse football players and coaches alike filed off the team bus one by one with sweatshirts turned inside-out. Because getting your favorite sweatshirt covered in paint would be no fun.

For another year, SU football players and coaches played paintball with their teammates and members of the military at Fort Drum.

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