- Aug 26, 2011
The season's first edition of the AmeriCU Dino Babers Show is set to air at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 2, live from Heritage Hill Brewery.
Coach Babers’s show this year show will be Thursday nights at 7PM except when the game is not on a Saturday. This year it will be 90 minutes, with the first hour being with Dino and the last half hour being with a ‘special guest’, who in the past just got a couple minutes at the end of the show.
The show originates from Heritage Hill Brewery in Jamesville:
3149 Sweet Rd · 3149 Sweet Rd, Jamesville, NY 13078
You can also listen to the show live each week on the Syracuse IMG Sports Network and Cuse.com. Wednesday's show will be on 99.1 FM and 97.7 FM, as well. The show will regularly air on 99.5FM (Syracuse) 99.1 FM (Utica) and 1200 AM.”
You can also get it on: Listen to Free Radio Online | Free Internet Radio | TuneIn
There hasn’t been any change in the phone numbers, which last year were 315-424-8599 (local) or 1-888-746-2873. You can call to ask questions or submit them via Twitter at: https://twitter.com/CuseIMG
#AskDino or through Cuse.com, (the SU Athletic website):
Submit a Question! - Syracuse University Athletics
You can (or could last year, anyway), listen to a podcast of the show, probably the next day, at: Search results for babers | Free Internet Radio | TuneIn
My Question(s) or Comments
First segment question:
“Coach a week ago it was felt that we needed to jump out on top of an 0-4 Florida State team to discourage them. We also are committed to a rushing attach, which works better when you are in the lead than when you fall behind. In the first 24 minutes of that game we gained 49 yards and scored no points. In the last 36 minutes, we gained 340 yards and scored 30 points. What adjustments were made to produce those results and why couldn’t we play that was from the beginning of the game?”
Second segment question:
“Coach, every team in the ACC Atlantic has been to at least 5 bowl games since we joined the conference in 2013, except us. We’ve been to two. Wake Forest is the one team we have a winning record against, 5-3, (thank you Trill Williams), but they’ve been to 5 bowl games in a row. How can we get to bowl games at least as often as Wake Forest does?”