Found August 19, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
Courtesy: SU Athletics Jim Boeheim and Syracuse continues to dominate the basketball recruiting trial, opening the ’13 class with top 5 point guard Tyler Ennis Thursday night. The Fizz’s Andrew Kanell spoke to Ennis just after the Toronto native donned the Orange t-shirt, and we have the full interview in this week’s episode of Fizz Radio. Plus, with only two weeks remaining until the football team takes the Carrier Dome field against Northwestern, and Fizz tandem Jake Moskowitz and Brendan Glasheen discuss whether the roster has improved or not heading into the new season. Listen to the fresh episode of Fizz Radio You can catch every episode of Fizz Radio Saturday mornings at 9a on The Score 1260 and on iTunes as well.

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