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We talk all things Syracuse basketball, football, lacrosse and more.

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John and Dan talk about Boeheim's Army and "the ringer" in this year's Basketball Tournament. Then they get into some conference realignment talk (thanks, Big 12) and preview the Pac-12's football season. There's also beer, since John... more

John and Dan go in-depth on Syracuse's new athletic director John Wildhack, preview the Big Ten and of course, talk beer.

John and Dan talk all about Syracuse football's recent recruiting hot streak, talk Orange running backs and (the point of the episode) preview the Big 12. There's also beer, obviously.

John and Dan start with NBA Draft previews and Syracuse football recruiting, then shift over to AAC previews and of course, beer.

John and Dan provide as thorough of a Mountain West Conference football preview as they can... before it's derailed by Syracuse talk (clearly), nonsensical ramblings and of course, beer.

John and Dan move onto #MACtion, previewing most of its teams while also letting Syracuse conversation get in the way for extended periods of time. There's also beer discussion, as you probably figured.

John and Dan's 2016 college football season previews continue with Conference USA. They also discuss Syracuse football's positioning in New York, Dion Waiters and of course, beer.

John and Dan dive into Sun Belt previews, while talking about recent happenings around Syracuse's campus, and of course, giving you plenty of beer insights too.

John and Dan return to dive into another busy week of Syracuse sports. Top of the list: Carrier Dome renovation, No Huddle Tour and Syracuse's upcoming matchup with Maryland, among other things (like beer).

Syracuse men's lacrosse plays Albany this weekend, so TNIAAM lacrosse editor Jim Simmons joins John to chat about the matchup and the NCAA Tournament field in general.

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