The 1420 WACK Morning Program
w/ Dean Amsler
ON TOMORROW’S SHOW:
- more FREE passes to the Greater Rochester Boat Show and Sale 2015, taking place at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center this weekend:
Thursday (Jan. 29th) and Friday (Jan. 30th): 11:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday January 31st: 10:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday February 1st: 10:00am – 5:00pm
The 5-DAY LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST
from Meteorologist Matthew Jones
TODAY: Early AM flakes. Some afternoon sun developing.
TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny & cold.
THURSDAY: Snow developing by afternoon.
HIGH: 33 LOW: 14
FRIDAY: AM snow showers. Breezy & turning colder through the day.
HIGH: 17 (falling) LOW: 17
SATURDAY: Partly sunny & frigid.
HIGH: 14 LOW: 3
SUNDAY: Late day snow likely.
HIGH: 25 LOW: 5
MONDAY: Snow & wind. Falling temperatures.
HIGH: 20 (falling) LOW: 20
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Syracuse took advantage of North Carolina’s 20 turnovers, scoring 21 points off miscues by the Tar Heels. The Orange lead for much of the last night’s game, that but couldn’t keep up with North Carolina, falling 93-83. Rakeem Christmas’ double-double fueled the Orange’s fifth game of the season with 80 points or more, which is now 4-1 when eclipsing the 80-point mark.
‘Cuse also posted an 18-for-23 night from the free throw line. However, North Carolina gained a 25-point boost from its bench as the Orange’s bench was held scoreless.
Trevor Cooney led Syracuse with 28 points while Christmas netted 22 to go along with 12 rebounds for his seventh double-double this season. Michael Gbinije finished with 16 points and Tyler Roberson posted his seventh night in double-figures with 13 points. Both finished with a team leading five assists.