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Scoop Jardine, Jasmine Jordan to co-host Midnight Madness

Former Orange standout Scoop Jardine and Jasmine Jordan, a current SU student who is the daughter of basketball legend Michael Jordan, will co-host the event on Friday, Oct. 12.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Syracuse University announced on Wednesday that the annual Midnight Madness event will have special co-hosts this year.

Former Orange standout Scoop Jardine and Jasmine Jordan, a current SU student who is the daughter of basketball legend Michael Jordan, will co-host the event, which is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 12.

Midnight Madness will be televised on ESPNU and ESPN3.com.

Doors for Midnight Madness will open at 7 p.m. with event activities beginning at 8 p.m.

Tickets will be available starting Monday, Oct. 1 at the following AmeriCU branches:

· 6303 Thompson Road, Syracuse
· 200 Walton Street, Syracuse
· 5439 N. Burdick Street, Fayetteville
· 5212 W. Genesee Street, Camillus
· 7474 Oswego Road, Liverpool
· 6414 State Route 31, Cicero
· 1916 Black River Blvd., Rome
· 231 Hill Road, Rome
· 224 North Genesee Street, Utica
· 4957 Commercial Drive, Yorkville
· 217 Grant Avenue, Auburn
· 326 E. State Street, Herkimer
· 10750 Enduring Freedom Drive, Fort Drum
· 20991 NYS Route 3, Watertown
· 7394 Utica Blvd., Lowville
· 280 Genesee Street, Route 5, Oneida

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