101.5 Seconds of Sports January 10th
Friday, January 10, 2014
The Syracuse Orange Men's Basketball team, who are 15-0, 2-0 in the ACC and ranked # 2 in the nation, will host North Carolina Saturday at Noon. Our coverage begins at 11:30 with the pregame show. Dajuan Coleman says his injured knee is getting better every day, but there's no word on his status for Saturday's game. As for the Tar Heels, they lost 63-57 to Miami in an ACC game last night, and are 10-5 overall on the season.

The Orange Women's Basketball team fell to # 3 Duke last night at the Carrier Dome 86-53.

The TC3 Men's and Women's Basketball teams battled Jefferson Community College last night. The Men won 91-76 while the Women fell by a score of 85-59. Groton alum Ruthanne Forehand scored 13 points and Dryden High grad Audrey Kate Ordway pulled down 17 rebounds for the Lady Panthers.

Tonight, the SUNY Cortland Men's and Women's Basketball teams host Buffalo State. The Women tip off at 6pm and the Men begin at 8pm. Both teams are 7-3 overall on the season. The Women are 3-0 in the SUNYAC while the Men are 2-1. Tomorrow, the Fredonia State Blue Devils come to town for a doubleheader, with the Women's game starting at 2pm and the Men tipping off at 4pm at Corey Gym.

Tonight in the AHL, Syracuse is at Providence and Binghamton hosts Hershey.

Former Syracuse Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison is one of 15 finalists bidding for induction into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame. Harrison, who later starred for the Indianapolis Colts, is joined on the list of finalists by Tony Dungy, his coach while at Indy, along with former New York Giant Michael Astrakhan and Bills standout Wide Receiver Andre Reed. Harrison is a finalist in his first year as a nominee.

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