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The Fizz has taken the next step in having an SU dining hall named after us: the launch of a fully operational weekly radio show. Saturday mornings from 9a-10a, Orange Fizz Radio takes over the airwaves on The Score 1260 in Syracuse. Download every episode of Fizz Radio on iTunes.
Listen to Fizz Radio’s Episode 3:
01:30: Prince Tyson Gulley injury & Marrone’s secrecy
10:30: Ritchy Desir, Brandon Reddish getting reps
12:30: Alex Plavin grabs an exclusive with Dajuan Coleman
16:00: SU hoops recruiting update
21:30: Andrew Kanell talks with football recruit “Nasty Joe” Scelfo
30:00: SU football recruiting update
35:00: Marrone’s stress on recruiting speed
37:30: Fizz Feedback on Marrone’s media attitude
Every episode of Orange Fizz Radio will be available the same place on iTunes the FizzCast was. It’s completely free to subscribe, and if you do so each episode will be automatically uploaded. For those outside the listening area, you can also stream it at TheScore1260.com. The o...
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