In Kenny’s final show of 2020, relief that the Coronavirus vaccine is now being distributed and his comments on media coverage of the rollout. Then a look at Syracuse’s blowout win over Boston College and the news that the Cleveland Indians will be changing their mascot before the 2022 baseball season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Kenny will return to the studio on January 5th.
Kenny closes the book on a less-than-memorable Syracuse Orange football season before turning his attention to ‘Cuse basketball and the red-hot Buffalo Bills. 2020 is coming to a close… but not soon enough for Mr. Haas!
This week Kenny vents his frustration with the Syracuse football coaching staff after the abrupt ending to the Orange loss to N.C. State on Saturday. Also, the Buffalo Bills keep rolling, Governor Cuomo talks about a potential “pause” in New York State, and a review of Jeff Dunham’s new comedy special that aired over Thanksgiving weekend.
This week Kenny celebrates the 4-0 start for the Buffalo Bills, previews Syracuse’s match-up with Florida State, Food Network’s plan to restore Cosentino’s Ristorante in Geneva, and then talks about the the vandals that damaged the Amazing Maize Maze in Macedon last weekend.
The Buffalo Bills are the class of the NFL after a 3-0 start with Josh Allen leading the way. Kenny is excited! Also, first impressions of the new Dome as Syracuse beats Georgia Tech last weekend. Finally, thoughts on the NY Times publishing of President Trump’s taxes and Gwyneth Paltrow’s 48th birthday suit photo.
This week Kenny remembers Ruth Bader-Ginsburg and her accomplishments and contributions to America. Then, a look at Syracuse’s loss to Pitt as they get ready to play their first game in the renovated Carrier Dome, albeit with no fans. Finally, a look at the hot start from Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills along with the rest of the weekend’s sports action.
This week Kenny Haas recaps the Buffalo Bills opening week win and the Syracuse loss at North Carolina. Also, support for police in Rochester, a proposal to split New York State into 3 different self-governed regions, and a case of Covid at a restaurant in Seneca Falls.
Join Jim Sinicropi & former Upstate Orange Podcast co-host Brad Conner along with FL1 Sports’ Brendan Harrington, Tane Robinson and Dave Ekis for a fantasy-style draft of the best players in Syracuse Orange basketball history. Each participant will draft a total of 8 players from the storied history of Syracuse basketball. Then, we’ll break down the teams and debate whose squad would win on the court.
Kenny recaps Monday night’s national championship game between LSU and Clemson before celebrating Syracuse’s win over Virginia in the Dome and Dino Babers’ newest hire. Also, thoughts on the Houston Astros stealing signs and some new nicknames for the Mynderse varsity girls basketball players.
The Buffalo Bills season came to a close in Houston last weekend and Kenny talks all about it along with a recap of a shootout in the Carrier Dome between Syracuse and Notre Dame. Also, thoughts on the wild fires in Australia and the recent tension between the United States and Iran. It’s Kenny’s first show of 2020…
This week, in Kenny’s final show of 2019, a recap of the festivities in Seneca Falls last weekend for the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival and a celebration as the Buffalo Bills clinched their playoff spot with a win in Pittsburgh on Sunday night.
The Buffalo Bills pulled of a big road win in front of a national audience on Thanksgiving Day over the Cowboys in Dallas. Kenny recaps the win and looks ahead along with a recap of Syracuse’s win in their season finale over Wake Forest.