"I think everybody's disappointed," Desko said. "You'd like to see (the basketball team) play yourself. And there are many lacrosse fans that are basketball fans also who'd like to see both."
It'll be a Tewaaraton showdown. Maybe Kyle Harrison will actually make good use of his 24th year of eligibility.
In the Syracuse area, the game will be broadcast on ESPNRadio 1260AM. For those outside the Syracuse area and still wanting live coverage, Johns Hopkins is providing a webcast here. Or check out Laxpower's blow-by-blow feature.
[Aside: It appears as if WAER, as well as the SUAthletics webcast, will be broadcasting the basketball game.]
Here's Inside Lacrosse's preview.
And the Post-Standard story.
And, in the interest of equal time, the Baltimore Sun drivel.
The Orange takes Vermont behind the maple syrup woodshed tonight. 7:10 PM tip. CBS-TV has the telecast.
Get your game-notes here. And check out the Vermont perspective.
Outside the Syracuse/Vermont broadcast net, the game can be followed here. Or listen live here. Or here. I'm also fairly certain that the Syracuse game will be the featured contest on Westwood One radio network tonight.
Check out all the ink from the Post-Standard today.
Surprisingly, there are even newspapers in Vermont. Who knew?
How does the mid-major guru feel about the Catamounts?
USA Today provides statistics in color. Glorious.
How does your bracket look?
That's it for today. Plopping my can on the couch for another ridiculous day of hoops.