Category Archives: Keeping Up With The 315

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Keeping Up With The 315 6-19-24

Brian looks back on the the life of Willie Mays and what legacy he leaves behind, Syracuse basketball commit Donnie Freeman playing for the Bahamian National Team, and a highly rated Orange football recruit de-commits.

Keeping Up With The 315 6-17-24

Brian Higgins shares a promising observation he’s made regarding the various recruits who have committed to play for Syracuse football, shares how his life intersected with an important moment in history 30 years ago today, and previews NBA Finals Game 5 with Boston in position to close out Dallas tonight.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 6-12-24

Brian started off with the 100 Day Fran Brown Countdown. We’re now 60 days out and Brian covered everything from ACC projections to schedule difficulty, and more! Next, He dug a little deeper into Syracuse Football’s upcoming schedule, talking specific dates, one being a change in dates, and more. Finally, Brian ended the show with…Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 6-10-24

Brian starts off with his countdown until the start of football season with day 82 recapping the official visits that happened over the weekend. Later, he gets into Dan Hurley staying at UConn instead of accepting the Lakers head coaching job. Finally, he gets into the breaking news regarding the 1983 NC State Men’s Basketball…Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 6-6-24

Tim Leonard starts off discussing a player he thinks should be in the Syracuse Men’s Basketball starting lineup before a caller chimes in on rumors that Dan Hurley could leave UConn. Later, Tim predicts the player ratings for some of the biggest names on the Orange Football Roster.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 6-5-24

Brian starts his show comparing the first 2 offseasons of Coach Autry’s tenure as Syracuse Men’s Basketball coach. Next he discusses the new commitment for the Orange in Lucas Taylor. Finally, he talks about a possible law in North Carolina and what that means for Syracuse.Continue Reading

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