With Phish kicking off their Vegas run last night, anticipation is riding high as the band makes their way towards Halloween. This whole fall tour run has been filled with highlights, including a memorable two-night stand at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater. While that run will be most remembered for the band’s collaboration with Bob Weir, the second night provided a number of fireworks of its own.One of the big moments in that show’s second set was a big “Harry Hood” as part of a six song second set. Fortunately, Phish has shared an official pro-shot video of the big “Hood” from that show.Watch Phish’s new pro-shot “Harry Hood” video, streaming below.Phish continues their run at the MGM Grand Garden Arena tonight, October 29th. Check out the setlist from this Nashville show, below.Setlist: Phish at Ascend Amphitheater, Nashville, TN – 10/19/16Set 1: Theme From the Bottom, Camel Walk, My Soul, Petrichor, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, My Sweet One, Waking Up Dead, Halfway to the Moon, Running Out of Time, Tube, Shine a LightSet 2: Golden Age > Tweezer > No Men In No Man’s Land > Plasma > Harry Hood > Suzy GreenbergEncore: Walls Of The Cave > Tweezer Reprise Debut.
Published on October 6, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments We might as well forget the first four games. That 3-1 start might as well be neutralized to 0-0. The real test starts this Saturday with Syracuse opening conference play. For Doug Marrone and the SU football team, the season really starts now. It’s of little significance what the Orange did or did not do during the first third of the season. Lighting up chumps and handing out three beatdowns seem relatively meaningless now. In the grand scheme of things, those wins did very little to vindicate the Orange after it was picked to finish seventh in the Big East preseason poll. What the Orange has accomplished through four games is of little consequence. Sure, three wins help bowl eligibility, but it does little for legitimacy in the college football landscape. Syracuse has done nothing that hasn’t since been duplicated by the likes of Gardner-Webb, William & Mary, and Furman. Yes, that trio of FCS squads also beat Akron, Maine and Colgate. It isn’t until this weekend, as SU opens up Big East play, that the Orange will play in a game of real significance. If the long-term goal for Marrone is to bring Syracuse back to respectability, it needs to start with beating Big East opponents. For the Orange to be considered one of the top teams in the conference, beating the South Florida’s, the Pittsburgh’s, the West Virginia’s and Cincinnati’s are what will put the Orange in that discussion.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text ‘I do know this: For us, my concentration has been on this football team,’ Marrone said Monday. ‘I’m not worried about the non-conference schedule because we haven’t won enough games in conference to be even part of that conversation.’ In what could be argued as a down year in the conference, SU has a real chance to begin climbing the stairs of respectability after years in the Big East basement. The first step can be taken this weekend against South Florida. A win would not only give SU a 4-1 record, but also prove to naysayers that the Orange is finally on the road back. And because Syracuse has never beaten USF since the Bulls joined the league in 2005, Saturday’s contest would be an ideal opportunity to show that something really is different at SU this year. It’s difficult to prove that through four games, despite the three wins. But a win at South Florida would change that real fast. ‘We really want to show what we can do this year,’ junior defensive end Mikhail Marinovich said. ‘But it’s going to take one game at a time. … We (want to) play our best, go out there and always try to win the next game, no matter who it is.’ For the Orange to do that, the question marks it had heading into the bye week will need to be fixed. Otherwise, it could be a long day for SU. Defensively, the Bulls lost two star defensive linemen to the NFL, but Marrone said the team looks even better this year. That means the Syracuse offensive line will need to step up its game. ‘I’m very impressed with (defensive tackle coach) Kevin Patrick and the way their D-line is playing,’ Marrone said. ‘I actually think their defensive line is playing better this year than they did a year ago.’ It would be wise for the Syracuse defense to remember that lone loss of the season at Washington and use it toward USF. Like Washington’s Jake Locker, the Bulls have a versatile, scrambling quarterback in B.J. Daniels who can make plays with his arms and his feet. In addition, Daniels has weapons in the running and passing game, like Washington, that will look to exploit this inconsistent SU defense. If it can keep those things in mind, the Orange could be sitting pretty following this weekend. Reigning conference champ Cincinnati is 1-3. Pittsburgh, which was predicted by league coaches in the preseason to win the Big East, is 2-2. No team in the conference is sitting with an undefeated record after four games. And with the Big East wide open, this game means more to the Orange than just the ‘next game.’ It’s a chance to end five years of misery to the Bulls and, in addition, prove its Big East legitimacy. It doesn’t matter what SU did during the first three games of the season. If Syracuse wants to be listed among the top teams in the Big East and as a serious contender for a bowl bid, now’s the time to prove it. If not, then maybe those first four games really didn’t mean a thing. Andrew L. John is the sports editor at The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. He can be reached at [email protected]