Category Archives: Keeping Up With The 315

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Keeping Up With The 315 11-7

Brian Higgins starts the show looking back on what went wrong for Syracuse Saturday against Pittsburgh in the 19-9 loss. Then, he spins the Wheel of Dino and reacts to some of Coach Babers’ thoughts on the game. Later, Brian introduces you to the best team on Syracuse campus.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 11-4

Brian Higgins dives into the potential QB conundrum that Syracuse is facing and how it is well-equipped to overcome a potential injury to Garrett Shrader. Also on The 315, the Syracuse women’s basketball team started its season on Thursday, and Brian figures out how Syracuse can beat Pitt on Saturday.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 11-3

Brian Higgins starts the show looking back on prior Syracuse men’s basketball rosters and how they compare to this season’s team. Then, he uses some comments from Jim Boeheim to address other questions about the Orange. Later, he continues to discuss who the best player on the team is and who it needs to be…Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 11-2

Brian Higgins puts a bow on exhibition season after the men’s basketball team beat Southern New Hampshire University 72-58. Later in the show, Marlowe Wax runs the 2-Minute Drill and Brian checks in on the state of Syracuse football’s defense after some key injuries.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 11-1

Brian Higgins falls into a quarterback rabbit hole, as Syracuse has yet to announce whether Garrett Shrader or Carlos Del Rio-Wilson will get the start vs. Pitt. Also on the show, Brian shares what he wants to see from the men’s basketball team’s second exhibition game tonight.Continue Reading

Keeping Up With The 315 10-27

Brian Higgins starts the show with a look back at past United States Presidents involvements with different sports moments as Joe Biden is in Syracuse today. Then, he goes down the Rabbit Hole regarding the Syracuse-Notre Dame all-time series. Later, Voice of the Astros Robert Ford joins to preview a Houston-Philadelphia World Series.Continue Reading

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