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Welcome to Paul Bunyan Day!

North American folklore is replete with stories of larger-than-life figures, but none of them stands taller than the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan, who is said to have traveled around the continent with Babe, his big blue ox. Many cities and states across the United States pay tribute to Bunyan, some have put up statues of him, and some also claim him to be their native son. Some areas where Bunyan is prominently featured include Bemidji, Brainerd, and Akeley, in Minnesota; Bangor, Maine; and locations in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, and California. On Paul Bunyan Day, his legend is not only celebrated in these locations but all around the world.

Throughout history, the story of Paul Bunyan has changed and grown until becoming what it is today. One account says that Bunyan was based on Fabian "Joe" Fournier, a French-Canadian logger who moved to Michigan after the American Civil War. Known as Saginaw Joe, he was strongly built, had giant hands, and was six feet in height. Rumor has it that he also had two sets of teeth. It is believed that he died in 1875 after being hit in the back of the head with a mallet during a fight in Bay City, Michigan. After his death and the trial of his alleged killer, stories about him started turning into tales.


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Syracuse Basketball: 4-star priority Brewster recruit scores new ACC suitor (itlh; Adler)


Syracuse basketball welcomed 2023 priority recruiting target Reid Ducharme to the Hill for an official visit in mid-June, and that trip reportedly went quite well.

Per media reports, besides the Orange, the 6-foot-6 Ducharme recently took an official visit to Penn State and also plans to travel to Xavier in the coming days.

The ‘Cuse coaching staff offered a scholarship to the four-star shooting guard/small forward last August at the team’s annual Elite Camp.

Reports and interviews given by Ducharme have suggested that Syracuse basketball, led by assistant coach Gerry McNamara, is recruiting him hard.

I’ve also gotten the sense that Penn State coaches have targeted Ducharme for a while now, and Xavier is a solid Big East Conference squad now being led for a second time by former Arizona head coach Sean Miller.

Syracuse basketball seems to be in a good position with four-star wing Reid Ducharme.

As we’ve noted on numerous occasions, besides the Orange, Ducharme’s other offers include from Xavier, Rhode Island, Northwestern, Columbia, Connecticut, Iowa, Providence, Penn State, Creighton, DePaul, Stanford, Harvard, Brown and UMass.

However, fellow Atlantic Coast Conference squad Miami just offered Ducharme as well, according to recruiting services.


Reid Ducharme’23 @RDucharme23 of @BrewsterHoops & @thebabc has earned an offer from the University of Miami #Canes pic.twitter.com/HlMKt6qBbn
— ℯ ℯ (@Andrew__Slater) June 25, 2022

I’m not a recruiting analyst, so it’s unclear to me whether the Hurricanes have been communicating with Ducharme for a while now, or if Miami is newly entering the mix for him.

Either way, the Hurricanes are a good ACC program that made a strong run to the Elite Eight this past spring in the 2022 NCAA Tournament.
...


Syracuse basketball 4-star priority recruit heads to prep power with SU ties (itlh; Adler)

Syracuse basketball 2023 priority recruiting target Elmarko Jackson will spend his senior year at a well-known prep school in Connecticut, he recently said on Twitter.

The 6-foot-4 Jackson, a four-star guard in the 2023 class who was offered a scholarship by the Orange coaching staff in mid-April, will suit up in the 2022-23 stanza for the South Kent School in South Kent, Conn.

In the 2021-22 campaign, Jackson was a star for the Academy of the New Church in Bryn Athyn, Pa. In his junior term there, he averaged 17.9 points, 5.4 assists, 5.7 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks per encounter, according to MaxPreps.


I would like the thank the ANC coaching staff for allowing me to grow as a player & as a young man. The lessons they taught me shaped me into who I strive to be everyday. With that being said I’m excited to share I’ll be finishing my academic and athletic career at South Kent. pic.twitter.com/CK7jgIRZua
— Elmarko (@ElmarkoJ) June 14, 2022

Not too long ago, in his debut for the South Kent School at a New England Preparatory School Athletic Council showcase event in Hamden, Conn., Jackson performed quite well against the Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H., per an article from 247Sports director of scouting Adam Finkelstein.
...


Troy Nunes is an Absolute Podcast: Non-Fungible Transfer Portals (TNIAAM; podcast; Pregler)

It’s the offseason, so naturally Andy, Steve, and Christian start the podcast out talking about Syracuse Orange backup quarterbacks. #BRAND

In this week’s edition of the Podcast, the guys talked about...

  • Syracuse backup quarterback bingo. #PeakOffseason
  • Crootin’ Cap! The Orange picked up Muwaffaq Parkman, Zyian Moultrie-Goddart and Jalil Smith.
  • What is the 2023 recruiting strategy? We break down the names of the guys being looked at by the Orange and see if there’s an easy to understand plan.
  • Syracuse football roster construction talk: how is the Orange’s depth? Spoilers: it’s not as great as you may think.
  • HOMEFIELD APPAREL (Use promo code NUNES for 10% off your first order)
  • Syracuse men’s basketball is playing Illinois in the B1G/ACC Challenge. Winner gets the Tangerine emoji.
  • We talk TBT and discuss Birds Aren’t Real. Seriously.
Mike McAllister "On The Block" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Axe)

Mike McAllister, publisher for Syracuse on SI, joins Brent to discuss the latest recruiting news surrounding Syracuse football and men’s basketball.

Mike Waters "On The Block" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Axe)

Mike Waters, Syracuse basketball beat writer for Syracuse.com, joins Brent to discuss the three newest Syracuse alums to sign in the NBA.

Boeheim's Army Insight from The Basketball Tournament Executive (audible.com; podcast; Locked on Syracuse)

Syracuse basketball fans get the next best thing in July with Boeheim's Army hosting a regional in The Basketball Tournament. Brad Klein and Matt Bonaparte sat down with Jake Pavorsky, Players, Teams, and Communications Director of TBT. Pavorsky explains what makes this alumni squad special and offers insight on the newest developments in TBT.

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JP Chunga talks college hoops, Coaching changes and Syracuse basketball - ESPN700 (ESPN; podcast; Checketts)

Former Drive producer John Paul Chunga catches up with Spence Checketts about college hoops and coaching changes that are happening and he thinks should happen. JP gives his Syracuse starting 5 lineup. The guys also talk about good sports movies.

Andrew Chelney "Orange Nation" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Orange Nation)

SiriusXM producer and Chel Squared NHL podcast host Andrew Chelney joins Orange Nation to discuss the Avalanche bringing home the Stanley Cup, the future of the Tampa Bay Lightning, some thoughts on the Syracuse players transitioning to the NBA, and more.

Veteran ACC 2023 NBA Draft Prospects (RX; HM)

Veteran ACC 2023 NBA Draft Prospects

From ACCSports.com: 2023 NBA DRAFT: THE TOP 15 VETERAN PROSPECTS IN THE ACC, here are their projected NBA Draftees (or at least watch list) for next year - not including freshmen and new transfers:
  • DeMarr Langford, Boston College
  • Caleb Love, North Carolina
  • RJ Davis, North Carolina
  • Armando Bacot, North Carolina
  • Leaky Black, North Carolina
  • Matthew Cleveland, Florida State
  • Jordan Miller, Miami
  • Kadin Shedrick, Virginia
  • Nijel Pack, Miami
  • Justyn Mutts, Virginia Tech
  • Hunter Cattoor, Virginia Tech
  • Isaiah Wong, Miami
  • Pete Nance, North Carolina
  • Reece Beekman, Virginia
  • Terquavion Smith, NC State
To read WHY they think these guys might be drafted next year, you'll have to click the link above!

Here's the breakdown by team:


BC - 1
FSU - 1
Miami - 2
UNC - 5
NC State - 1
UVa - 2
VT - 2
...

2021-22 College National Champs by Sport (RX; HM)

2021-22 College National Champs by Sport

Here are you 2021-22 College National Champions, by sport:
The 2021-22 NCAA season is complete. Here's who finished on top in each sport. pic.twitter.com/LWCrxQjs1I
— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) June 26, 2022
2021-22 ACC National Champions:
  • Virginia Women's Swimming & Diving
  • Virginia Men's Tennis
  • Clemson Men's Soccer
  • Florida State Women's Soccer
  • North Carolina Women's Lacrosse
  • NC State Women's Cross Country
  • Notre Dame Fencing*
* note: this has nothing to do with building fences.

Here's the total by power conference, with major tv sports - football, M/W basketball, M/W soccer, baseball/softball, ice hockey) in parentheses:

  • ACC: 7 (1)
  • Big XII: 7 (2)
  • SEC: 7 (3)
  • Pac-12: 6 (0)
  • Big Ten: 5 (1)
...

Other

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Giant hogweed can grow up to 7-14 feet, with leaves five feet wide.

Meet giant hogweed, a horrifying invasive plant in Upstate NY that causes 3rd degree burns (PS; Featherstone)

Compared to the travails of Upstate New York winters, the perils of the region’s summers are infinitely more tolerable: humidity, mosquitoes, hamburgers that turn into hockey pucks on the grill. But there’s one summer hazard you might not have heard about that’s far worse than any sunburn.

It’s called giant hogweed, an invasive plant capable of causing third-degree burns.

The toxic sap of the giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) contains a chemical that acts like reverse sunscreen. Combined with sunlight, it can cause severe burns and potentially permanent scarring or even blindness. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the sap is most toxic when the plant begins to flower in early summer.

Merely brushing against a giant hogweed plant is enough to get sap on your skin. Burns or blisters often appear within 24 to 48 hours. If that happens, see a doctor.
...
 

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Welcome to Paul Bunyan Day!

North American folklore is replete with stories of larger-than-life figures, but none of them stands taller than the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan, who is said to have traveled around the continent with Babe, his big blue ox. Many cities and states across the United States pay tribute to Bunyan, some have put up statues of him, and some also claim him to be their native son. Some areas where Bunyan is prominently featured include Bemidji, Brainerd, and Akeley, in Minnesota; Bangor, Maine; and locations in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, and California. On Paul Bunyan Day, his legend is not only celebrated in these locations but all around the world.

Throughout history, the story of Paul Bunyan has changed and grown until becoming what it is today. One account says that Bunyan was based on Fabian "Joe" Fournier, a French-Canadian logger who moved to Michigan after the American Civil War. Known as Saginaw Joe, he was strongly built, had giant hands, and was six feet in height. Rumor has it that he also had two sets of teeth. It is believed that he died in 1875 after being hit in the back of the head with a mallet during a fight in Bay City, Michigan. After his death and the trial of his alleged killer, stories about him started turning into tales.


SU News

Syracuse Basketball: 4-star priority Brewster recruit scores new ACC suitor (itlh; Adler)


Syracuse basketball welcomed 2023 priority recruiting target Reid Ducharme to the Hill for an official visit in mid-June, and that trip reportedly went quite well.

Per media reports, besides the Orange, the 6-foot-6 Ducharme recently took an official visit to Penn State and also plans to travel to Xavier in the coming days.

The ‘Cuse coaching staff offered a scholarship to the four-star shooting guard/small forward last August at the team’s annual Elite Camp.

Reports and interviews given by Ducharme have suggested that Syracuse basketball, led by assistant coach Gerry McNamara, is recruiting him hard.

I’ve also gotten the sense that Penn State coaches have targeted Ducharme for a while now, and Xavier is a solid Big East Conference squad now being led for a second time by former Arizona head coach Sean Miller.

Syracuse basketball seems to be in a good position with four-star wing Reid Ducharme.

As we’ve noted on numerous occasions, besides the Orange, Ducharme’s other offers include from Xavier, Rhode Island, Northwestern, Columbia, Connecticut, Iowa, Providence, Penn State, Creighton, DePaul, Stanford, Harvard, Brown and UMass.

However, fellow Atlantic Coast Conference squad Miami just offered Ducharme as well, according to recruiting services.



I’m not a recruiting analyst, so it’s unclear to me whether the Hurricanes have been communicating with Ducharme for a while now, or if Miami is newly entering the mix for him.

Either way, the Hurricanes are a good ACC program that made a strong run to the Elite Eight this past spring in the 2022 NCAA Tournament.
...


Syracuse basketball 4-star priority recruit heads to prep power with SU ties (itlh; Adler)

Syracuse basketball 2023 priority recruiting target Elmarko Jackson will spend his senior year at a well-known prep school in Connecticut, he recently said on Twitter.

The 6-foot-4 Jackson, a four-star guard in the 2023 class who was offered a scholarship by the Orange coaching staff in mid-April, will suit up in the 2022-23 stanza for the South Kent School in South Kent, Conn.

In the 2021-22 campaign, Jackson was a star for the Academy of the New Church in Bryn Athyn, Pa. In his junior term there, he averaged 17.9 points, 5.4 assists, 5.7 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks per encounter, according to MaxPreps.



Not too long ago, in his debut for the South Kent School at a New England Preparatory School Athletic Council showcase event in Hamden, Conn., Jackson performed quite well against the Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H., per an article from 247Sports director of scouting Adam Finkelstein.
...


Troy Nunes is an Absolute Podcast: Non-Fungible Transfer Portals (TNIAAM; podcast; Pregler)

It’s the offseason, so naturally Andy, Steve, and Christian start the podcast out talking about Syracuse Orange backup quarterbacks. #BRAND

In this week’s edition of the Podcast, the guys talked about...

  • Syracuse backup quarterback bingo. #PeakOffseason
  • Crootin’ Cap! The Orange picked up Muwaffaq Parkman, Zyian Moultrie-Goddart and Jalil Smith.
  • What is the 2023 recruiting strategy? We break down the names of the guys being looked at by the Orange and see if there’s an easy to understand plan.
  • Syracuse football roster construction talk: how is the Orange’s depth? Spoilers: it’s not as great as you may think.
  • HOMEFIELD APPAREL (Use promo code NUNES for 10% off your first order)
  • Syracuse men’s basketball is playing Illinois in the B1G/ACC Challenge. Winner gets the Tangerine emoji.
  • We talk TBT and discuss Birds Aren’t Real. Seriously.
Mike McAllister "On The Block" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Axe)

Mike McAllister, publisher for Syracuse on SI, joins Brent to discuss the latest recruiting news surrounding Syracuse football and men’s basketball.

Mike Waters "On The Block" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Axe)

Mike Waters, Syracuse basketball beat writer for Syracuse.com, joins Brent to discuss the three newest Syracuse alums to sign in the NBA.

Boeheim's Army Insight from The Basketball Tournament Executive (audible.com; podcast; Locked on Syracuse)

Syracuse basketball fans get the next best thing in July with Boeheim's Army hosting a regional in The Basketball Tournament. Brad Klein and Matt Bonaparte sat down with Jake Pavorsky, Players, Teams, and Communications Director of TBT. Pavorsky explains what makes this alumni squad special and offers insight on the newest developments in TBT.

0o2UNUgW_400x400-e1645054005432.jpg


JP Chunga talks college hoops, Coaching changes and Syracuse basketball - ESPN700 (ESPN; podcast; Checketts)

Former Drive producer John Paul Chunga catches up with Spence Checketts about college hoops and coaching changes that are happening and he thinks should happen. JP gives his Syracuse starting 5 lineup. The guys also talk about good sports movies.

Andrew Chelney "Orange Nation" 6-27 (ESPN; radio; Orange Nation)

SiriusXM producer and Chel Squared NHL podcast host Andrew Chelney joins Orange Nation to discuss the Avalanche bringing home the Stanley Cup, the future of the Tampa Bay Lightning, some thoughts on the Syracuse players transitioning to the NBA, and more.

Veteran ACC 2023 NBA Draft Prospects (RX; HM)

Veteran ACC 2023 NBA Draft Prospects

From ACCSports.com: 2023 NBA DRAFT: THE TOP 15 VETERAN PROSPECTS IN THE ACC, here are their projected NBA Draftees (or at least watch list) for next year - not including freshmen and new transfers:
  • DeMarr Langford, Boston College
  • Caleb Love, North Carolina
  • RJ Davis, North Carolina
  • Armando Bacot, North Carolina
  • Leaky Black, North Carolina
  • Matthew Cleveland, Florida State
  • Jordan Miller, Miami
  • Kadin Shedrick, Virginia
  • Nijel Pack, Miami
  • Justyn Mutts, Virginia Tech
  • Hunter Cattoor, Virginia Tech
  • Isaiah Wong, Miami
  • Pete Nance, North Carolina
  • Reece Beekman, Virginia
  • Terquavion Smith, NC State
To read WHY they think these guys might be drafted next year, you'll have to click the link above!

Here's the breakdown by team:


...


2021-22 College National Champs by Sport (RX; HM)

2021-22 College National Champs by Sport

Here are you 2021-22 College National Champions, by sport:

2021-22 ACC National Champions:

  • Virginia Women's Swimming & Diving
  • Virginia Men's Tennis
  • Clemson Men's Soccer
  • Florida State Women's Soccer
  • North Carolina Women's Lacrosse
  • NC State Women's Cross Country
  • Notre Dame Fencing*
* note: this has nothing to do with building fences.

Here's the total by power conference, with major tv sports - football, M/W basketball, M/W soccer, baseball/softball, ice hockey) in parentheses:

  • ACC: 7 (1)
  • Big XII: 7 (2)
  • SEC: 7 (3)
  • Pac-12: 6 (0)
  • Big Ten: 5 (1)
...

Other

722BDBSOF5DZ7OIDLLPV5SLDUI.jpg

Giant hogweed can grow up to 7-14 feet, with leaves five feet wide.

Meet giant hogweed, a horrifying invasive plant in Upstate NY that causes 3rd degree burns (PS; Featherstone)

Compared to the travails of Upstate New York winters, the perils of the region’s summers are infinitely more tolerable: humidity, mosquitoes, hamburgers that turn into hockey pucks on the grill. But there’s one summer hazard you might not have heard about that’s far worse than any sunburn.

It’s called giant hogweed, an invasive plant capable of causing third-degree burns.

The toxic sap of the giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) contains a chemical that acts like reverse sunscreen. Combined with sunlight, it can cause severe burns and potentially permanent scarring or even blindness. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the sap is most toxic when the plant begins to flower in early summer.

Merely brushing against a giant hogweed plant is enough to get sap on your skin. Burns or blisters often appear within 24 to 48 hours. If that happens, see a doctor.
...
giant hogweed is nasty stuff--avoid it at all costs
 

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