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Eric Devendorf is responsible for one of the most iconic and memorable moments in the history of Syracuse basketball. Now, he'll be hosting the definitive Syracuse basketball podcast on the Field Of 68 Network, providing you with the kind of access, insight, analysis and untold stories that you can only get from someone inside the program. Subscribe and come along for the ride.

The Scorer's Table with Eric Devendor‪f‬ Eric Devendorf

    • Basketball
    • 4.9 • 168 Ratings

Eric Devendorf is responsible for one of the most iconic and memorable moments in the history of Syracuse basketball. Now, he'll be hosting the definitive Syracuse basketball podcast on the Field Of 68 Network, providing you with the kind of access, insight, analysis and untold stories that you can only get from someone inside the program. Subscribe and come along for the ride.

    Introducing: 68 Shining Moments, a new series from the Field of 68 Media Network

    Introducing: 68 Shining Moments, a new series from the Field of 68 Media Network

    We at the Field of 68 media network are thrilled to announce the launch of a new series called 68 Shining Moments. We’ve spent the last four months amassing interviews with the people that lived the greatest, the most memorable moments in the history of the NCAA tournament. We went straight to the horse’s mouth to find out when T.J. Sorrentine realized that he had hit that shot from the parking lot, and if Ali Farohkmanesh was really serious with that shot. We talked to Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome from Virginia. We sat with Danny Manning, and Kris Jenkins, and Ryan Arcidiacono, and Keith Smart, and Dunk City. If there was a memorable moment in the NCAA tournament, chances are, we talked to them.

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    • 1 min
    Scoop Jardine on locker room fights with Boeheim, Dion Waiters practice stories & a lot more

    Scoop Jardine on locker room fights with Boeheim, Dion Waiters practice stories & a lot more

    Scoop Jardine joins Devo this week and boy is this one fun. The two chop it up about Dion Waiters trash-talking in practice, Mike Hopkins convincing Scoop not to transfer, and the time Melo called the team after they lost to Le Moyne. They also discuss the team in his final year and when AO got hurt. Plus, stick around for the end because Scoop shares an unbelievable story of a time when he was cussing out Jim Boeheim in the locker room after a game his freshmen year. You have to hear these stories from Scoop. Subscribe so you get every episode of The Scorer’s Table right when it comes out!

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Tyler Lydon on Final Four run, the Gonzaga block & more

    Tyler Lydon on Final Four run, the Gonzaga block & more

    This one was really fun. Tyler Lydon and Devo discuss the cinderella Final Four run, including the block against Gonzaga, losing his shoe and the comeback against Virginia. Tyler describes the message Coach Boeheim gave them at halftime of the UVA game (which may surprise some people). They also talk about how Lydon felt like he let the pressure of the NBA expectations get to him his sophomore year at times. Plus, Tyler opens up about what went wrong with the Nuggets and why he ultimately requested a trade from Denver.

    Don’t forget to subscribe to the Field of 68 YouTube channel to watch every episode of The Scorer’s Table.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Arinze Onuaku on if they would've won the National Championship in 2010 & his Syracuse career

    Arinze Onuaku on if they would've won the National Championship in 2010 & his Syracuse career

    Arinze Onuaku is tied to perhaps the greatest "what if" in Syracuse basketball history. What if the Syracuse center didn't get hurt before the 2010 NCAA tourney? He comes on the pod to discuss it all with his former roommate and teammate, Eric Devendorf. The two chat about playing for Coach Boeheim, the memorable 6OT game, and transitioning from 'Cuse to playing professionally. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts and drop a review! 

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Josh Pace on going from almost transferring to winning 2003 National Title

    Josh Pace on going from almost transferring to winning 2003 National Title

    2003 National Champion Josh Pace hops on The Scorer's Table to discuss what made that national title team special, playing 1-on-1 with 'Melo in practice, how he was really close a couple times to transferring from Syracuse, going against Devo in New Zealand, and his current job as Head Women's Basketball coach at Western New Mexico. This one was really fun. Make sure to subscribe to the Field of 68 on YouTube to watch full episodes and the best moments of The Scorer's Table. 

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    John Wallace on Final Four run & partying in the NBA

    John Wallace on Final Four run & partying in the NBA

    #44 John Wallace is in the house! The Syracuse great and Devo share tons of laughs reminiscing on what it's like to play for Coach Boeheim, the Syracuse family and John's fun nights of partying in the NBA. They go through some of his favorite 'Cuse memories, including the time he played Lawrence Moten in 1-on-1 to 100. You can watch every episode of The Scorer's Table by subscribing to the Field of 68 on YouTube. 

    Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost

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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings

DuaneD25 ,

If you bleed orange you need to listen!

Such great interviews! Keep up all the great work you do for the CUSE and the CUSE community!

WillcoxiTunes ,

Syracuse in the words of Eric Devendorf

I’ve been a Cuse fan since I was 10 years old, John Thompson getting ejected in the Dome!

Eric Devendorf is just a great person! His growth from when he signed with the Cuse to now, is so inspirational! Keep it up

SyracuseOrange Gray ,

Go Syracuse Orange for Life!!!

Awesome show Devendorf. I’ve been a Syracuse Orange fan since 1988 it’s so great to get to know the players from the Past and Present and what it’s like play for Syracuse . I try to listen everyday but sometimes I fall short but I do listen😃. Keep doing your thing man 💯 #LexingtonKentuckyLove How long do I have to wait until you get Carmelo Anthony on the show? Oh well I’ll be here listening . If I could give you more than Five stars I would #realtalk

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