Marek Dolezaj is adamant about who has the best pizza. His Orange teammates aren't so sure.
Burger King lovers try the meatless Impossible Whopper and a regular Whopper and see if they can taste the real meat. Video by Katrina Tulloch | email@example.com.
The Orange players and coaches visited the legendary cathedral in Italy.
Center Sam Heckel returned to practice after missing about a week due to an undisclosed injury.
Raya Joyce and Kane Raymond, both 5, helped their 6-year-old friend Jeffrey Mackey. The trio held hands as they walked up a path toward the water slide last week at Thunder Island. Jeffrey, a first-grader at Cicero Elementary, has cerebal palsy. His friends stuck by him all day. This video has been viewed more than 7.3 million times on Twitter. Video courtesy of Andrea Mackey
Syracuse football coach Dino Babers reviews
Thursday was a travel day for the Orange, as they went from Venice to Florence. They'll spend Friday in Florence as well.
Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim on the teams game against Oxygen Bassano Aug. 14, 2019 in Vicenza, Italy
The Syracuse basketball team dodged a few bats that were swooping through the gymnasium as they warmed up for their second exhibition game near Venice, Italy, August 14, 2019, against Oxygen Bassano.
Impossible Whopper: Can you tell the difference between real meat and the new plant-based burger? (video, poll)
What was Woodstock really like? Original festival attendees in the Syracuse area share their stories of peace, love, music, drugs and more at the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair. More than 400,000 attended the three-day concert in Upstate New York to witness legendary performances by Santana, Joe Cocker, Sly & The Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, and more. See interviews with John Villanueva, who was on stage at Woodstock as a percussion tech for Santana, and festival attendees Molly McCoy and Dave Tiedemann to get the real experience on the 50th anniversary of Woodstock. “I’d never been with so many people… and that was very life-changing,” Tiedemann recalls. See more interviews, plus photos and memorabilia here: https://www.syracuse.com/entertainment/2019/08/what-was-woodstock-really-like-the-naked-truth-from-1969-attendees-photos-video-stories.html Video by Christa Lemczak | firstname.lastname@example.org, Lauren Long | email@example.com and Geoff Herbert | firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1890, a fisherman found a 65-foot dead whale and thought he could make some money at the NYS Fair. But in the heat of summer the carcass began to rot. Video by Christa Lemczak | email@example.com
7,500 cows work overtime toward a block of cheese weighing 12 tons. Video by Christa Lemczak | firstname.lastname@example.org