Sports

11:46 am
Thu February 27, 2014

WAER Inducts Mike Tirico Into Its Hall of Fame

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Veteran broadcaster Mike Tirico becomes the 5th person inducted into the WAER Hall of Fame. The ceremony takes place on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 5:30 PM in Newhouse III on the campus of Syracuse University.
Mike Tirico '88 Enshrined on WAER-FM Wall of Fame Award-winning journalist Ted Koppel '60 and award-winning sports broadcaster Mike Tirico '88 share many things in common. Both are SU alumni, and both have risen to the top of the broadcast profession.
Diversity in Sports Media
6:45 pm
Wed February 26, 2014

Former WAER Broadcasters Address Race, Gay Rights, Business Issues in Sports

ESPN Host and Broadcast Anish Shroff (L) and Comcast Sportsnet Houston Host and Reporter Howard Chen in Syracuse to talk about diveristy in sports.
Credit Chris Bolt/WAER News

Some former WAER Sportscasters having success on the largest stages of sports broadcasting shared their opinions Wednesday on topics ranging from race, to gay rights, and diversity.  ESPN Host and Play-by-Play broadcaster Anish Shroff, Comcast Sportsnet Houston Host and Reporter Howard Chen and KILT Houston Sports radio Host Nick Wright were part of “Making the Calls: The State of Diversity in Sports Media,”  hosted by Syracuse University’s Newhouse School.

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Sports
11:18 pm
Sat February 22, 2014

Coach Boeheim and SU Players comment on questionable officiating

Kevin Fitzgerald tells Marc Weber and Jarret Leist about the struggles of Tyler Ennis offensively, the return to Durham for Michael Gbinjie and the overall atmosphere at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

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Sports
7:56 pm
Sun February 16, 2014

NBA Midseason Report with Jared Zwerling

Jared Zwerling tells Jarret Leist what the current state of the New York Knicks is, who the new face of the NBA might be and what he thinks of new commissioner Adam Silver

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SU Basketball
8:19 am
Wed February 5, 2014

Central New York Gets A Bounce In Its Step When Syracuse Basketball Plays Like This

SU vs Duke shown at the Palace Theatre
Credit Mark Bialczak

Forty-five minutes before game time, and the house appeared full.

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