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Jim Boeheim has been known to spar with reporters in the past, but on a recruiting trip this summer, the longtime Syracuse coach’s mouth was open — only no words came out.
Boeheim was caught snoozing on the sidelines as all that summer basketball finally caught up to the 68-year-old. The legendary coach was looking especially uncomfortable trying to catch some shut-eye on a few folding chairs.
Check out what will hopefully be the next trend to follow “Dufnering” below, with a hat tip to The Big League.
Boeheim, straight chillin http://t.co/9AkZVycO90— Kmarko (@Kmarkobarstool) July 20, 2013
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