On this weeks episode of Kenny’s 2 Pennies, your host tackles this past weekends It’s a Wonderful Life 5K, Syracuse’s 72-71 win against Georgetown. He also discusses West Virginia’s quarterback, Will Grier, saying no to Camping World Bowl, Buffalo Bills dragging their feet and much more.
After Saturday’s loss to Georgetown in the Carrier Dome, has Syracuse hit rock bottom? Has the move to the ACC hurt Jim Boeheim’s basketball program? Jim Sinicropi and Brad Conner discuss the sorry state of the four-loss Orange and share our fondest memories of Dwayne “The Pearl” Washington.
The Upstate Orange Podcast will take the week off on Christmas Day next Sunday to return with our next live episode on January 1st at 9:15 pm EST.
This week we look back at Syracuse’s recent victories and get nostalgic, one last time, as Villanova comes to the Carrier Dome on Saturday ahead of our ACC Conference schedule. We evaluate our big men, and discuss how quickly perception has changed regarding Trevor Cooney. Merry Christmas ‘Cuse Nation!
This week we recap the Syracuse-Georgetown game, if you want to call it that, and preview this week’s action at Madison Square Garden. What does the Orange have to do to make a run in New York City and secure a top five seed next Sunday? Also, some great Orange trivia centered around the Big East Tournament.
Orange legend #44 John Wallace calls in to talk about the current Syracuse team, the demise of the Big East, memories of playing with Lawrence Moten, and his thoughts on when he might be honored with his jersey being raised to the Dome rafters.
Also, is this Syracuse team soft? Why can’t C.J. Fair get more shots? Some Carrier Dome attendance trivia and much more.
This week we recap two conference wins for the Orange and look ahead to the biggest game in recent Syracuse history as the Georgetown Hoyas invade the Carrier Dome for the final time as Big East Conference members on Saturday afternoon. Also, how well do you know the hometowns of Syracuse’s greatest players?
Also, check out this video of Michael Graham throwing a punch at Andre Hawkins in the 1984 Big East Tournament final.