Monday, September 22, 2014
- Who’s the Better Liar?
- Syracuse RB Coach DeAndre Smith
- The Dummy of the Week
Zip yourself into a new pair of Wrangler jeans from Herb Philipson’s with the Classic Rock Quiz every weekday. Listen for the Quiz at 2:20 then post your answer to our Facebook page. All correct answers in daily drawing to win the jeans.
Gomez, Dave and Lisa will be broadcasting from the Sports Zone at the MetLife Stadium Inner Loop this Saturday before the SU-Notre Dame game. Coverage is brought to you by Burdick Automotive and will begin at 4pm. Kickoff is at 8pm here on the Home of SU Football.
This Saturday, SU’s official home game against Notre Dame will play out at MetLife Stadium! It’s a primetime kick-off at 8 p.m. Special gameday coverage begins at 4 p.m.
Hockey Fans! Don’t miss the Toyota Frozen Dome Classic this fall in the Carrier Dome, Syracuse. The Utica Comets take on the Syracuse Crunch and UC will face SUNY Oswego as part of an all day hockey event November 22nd. On the ice in the Dome..never been done before! Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now at all Ticketmaster Outlets, Carrier Dome Box Office or by calling (315) 473-4444. (Tickets are not available at the Comets ticket office.)
Weekdays at 6:30pm, Scoop heavies it up with the “Half Past Heavy” track from some of classic rock’s metal masters.
Gomez Dave & Lisa Head to MetLife Stadium to Tailgate!
SU and Notre Dame at MetLife Stadium
Toyota Frozen Dome Classic Tix Are On Sale Now
Half Past Heavy
After a few lucky breaks and some hard driving, Brad Keselowski found himself in position to pass Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick as they battled for the lead on lap 252. Keselowski kept the lead and ended hopes for what might’ve been Kyle Larson’s first Sprint Cup victory.
NUMBER ONE: The Jets, for that time-out gaffe at the end of the loss to Green Bay. Someone should be IN ”time out” for depriving QB Geno Smith of one of the few NFL TDs he’ll have!…NUMBER TWO: Those LSU lovebirds who fell over while sucking face at the game and knocked over a row of fans minding their own business! Get a room! Or at least, take it outside to the parking lot…NUMBER THREE: Phillies’ Continue Reading »
Herkimer Diamonds started forming half a billion years ago. I started looking for them just this past weekend. I finally took a trip to one of the two diamond mines in Middleville. Tourists and rock hounds have been visiting for years, but my relationship with the double terminated quartz crystals has just begun. Hammers, chisels and safety glasses were the only equipment I needed and you can actually rent this Continue Reading »