Poor to Prodigious .::. Upstate Orange Podcast

This week we discuss the heartbreaking loss at Villanova in Philadelphia on Saturday and discuss if there is any chance for this team to maximize their potential and turn around their season heading into 2015. Also, an interesting fact about former Orange great Pearl Washington.

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W-FL Leagues Taking Shape .::. Upstate Hoops

Two new teams make the top ten in our latest Power Rankings and Ted Baker joins to talk about local girls basketball. We recap the Mynderse loss to Penn Yan and take a closer look at the 4-0 Red Creek Rams along with an inventory of all the league standings in the Wayne-Finger Lakes.

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Can This Syracuse Team Learn to Win? .::. Upstate Orange

The Syracuse Orange survived a late rally from Louisiana Tech in the Carrier Dome on Sunday evening to snap a 2-game losing skid. How happy are Syracuse fans with the win? Jim Sinicropi and Brad Conner discuss if Kaleb Joseph should start, if Trevor Cooney is better than we thought, and why Tyler Roberson may be the missing piece. Also, in Conner’s Corner Trivia, can you name the out-of-conference opponents Syracuse basketball has beaten the most in their history?

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Ted Baker of FL Radio Sports .::. Upstate Hoops

A weather shortened week still left for plenty of action in high school gymnasiums across the Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues this week. In a new weekly segment, Ted Baker of Finger Lakes Radio Sports joins the show to talk about the action he called during the week. We also preview the girls teams, give our Players of the Week and reveal the latest edition of our W-FL Power Rankings.

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