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Trevor Cooney and Tyler Ennis tell Matt Appel that defense and familiarity with Dayton's offense will help in the Round of 64

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  Matt Appel tells Jarret Leist and Zack Molle what Jim Boeheim had to say about the improved shooting by Trevor Cooney, a preview of the Dayton basketball team and the amount of Orange fans in Buffalo

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Newsday's David Lennon tells Matt Appel and Marc Weber why 3,000 hits should be important, why suspicion of steroid users is unfair and that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens should be in the Hall of Fame.

Eric Gallanty came on The Double Overtime to discuss the Orange's large run in the first half, DaJuan Coleman's injury scare and a rare appearance from Tyler Roberson with Matt Appel and Marc Weber

Jarret Leist says that Coach Boeheim is satisfied with Trevor Cooney's progression and doesn't feel he has Tom Crean's number as he breaks down what went on in the locker room following SU's win over the Hoosiers.

Orange Hoops Wins 3rd Maui Title

Nov 28, 2013
Ben Fontana, 2013

Maui, HI - The Syracuse Orange (7-0) defeated the Baylor Bears (6-1) 74-67 in the championship game of the EA Sports Maui Invitational at the Lahaina Civic Center Wednesday night. Senior C.J. Fair was named the Tournament Most Valuable Player. In the title game versus #18 Baylor, Fair had 24 points and three steals.

SU Basketball One Win From Maui Title

Nov 27, 2013
syracuse.com, 2013

Maui, HI -  Syracuse (6-0) remains undefeated all-time in the Maui Invitational (8-0) with a 92-81 win over California (5-1) on Tuesday afternoon at the Lahaina Civic Center. The #8 Orange moves on to the Championship game of the Tournament where it will take on 6-0 #18 Baylor. The Bears have knocked off host school Chaminade and came from behind to beat Dayton on Tuesday to advance to the finals.

Tyler Ennis scores 28 points to lead the No 8 Orange past Cal in the Maui Invitational 92-81.  Syracuse pulled away in the second half scoring 51 of its 92 points.  The team shot 55% from the field and hit 5 of 7 three-pointers.

The Orange benefited from balanced scoring as Trevor Cooney scored 23 points while C.J. Fair and Jerami Grant finished with 14 and 19 respectively.  Next up for the Orange is the winner of Baylor and Dayton.  You can catch all the action on 88.3 FM WAER.

Cuse Hoops Readies For Maui Invitational

Nov 25, 2013
Ben Fontana, 2013

Syracuse basketball (4-0) is in Maui, Hawaii this week for the EA Sports Maui Invitational. This is the third time the Orange has been in the event. It won in 1990 and 1998, as well.

The eight teams in the Maui Invitational are a combined 30-and-0 coming into the week's slate of games. All teams are guaranteed three games Monday through Wednesday. This year's field includes three ranked teams in Syracuse, Gonzaga, and Baylor. The other participants include California, Arkansas, Minnesota, Dayton, and Division II school and host, Chaminade.

NorthJersey.com's Steve Popper talks about the loss of Tyson Chandler, Carmelo Anthony's future with the team and trade rumors surrounding Iman Shumpert. 

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