Found November 27, 2011 on Sorry Bro: Sports Through Houser:

As you can watch in the 8 minute ESPN segment this morning from Outside the Lines on Sportscenter (Read for all the details), people around Syracuse basketball assistant coach Bernie Fine, even his wife, were aware of Bernie Fine's boy handling ways.More Information


Boeheim supports decision to fire Fine

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim says he supports the university's decision to fire his longtime assistant Bernie Fine and that he ''deeply regrets'' his initial statements that may have been insensitive to victims of abuse. On Sunday, a third accuser came forward in the investigation of child molestation allegations against Fine. Boeheim says: ''What is most...

Boeheim Reacts to Fine Firing

After defending Bernie Fine for the last couple of weeks, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim apologized for his reaction although he was admittedly shocked.

UConn's Jim Calhoun Says Passion for Basketball the Main Reason He Continues to Coach

Jim Calhoun could have gone out on top after his UConn squad won the national championship last season. But it just wasn't time. Calhoun says his passion for the game of basketball is what keeps him coaching after all these years. He's been the head coach at UConn since 1986, winning three national titles in his career, but he's still fueled by the idea of another challenge...

Sexual abuse support group wants Boeheim out at Syracuse

Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim ran a closed practice Monday as sex abuse victims' advocates questioned whether he should still coach the Orangemen following the firing of longtime assistant Bernie Fine, who has been accused of molestation by three men.

Truth is elusive in Bernie Fine scandal

For those of you who can discern the truth within this Syracuse-Bernie Fine-child-molestation scandal, I tip my hat. You have a level of X-ray vision/intellect that escaped my limited physical/mental blessings. From where I sit -- despite the allegations of a third accuser, the public airing of a secretly recorded conversation between Fine's original accuser and Fine's wife...

The Quad: Leading Off: Meyer's About-Face

Leading Off: Urban Meyer's less-than-shocking about-face lands him at Ohio State and Syracuse ponders its basketball future under Jim Boeheim but with Bernie Fine hanging over everything.

Calhoun Calls UConn Loss "A Complete Disaster"

This one was particularly painful for Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun. Jeremy Lamb scored 15 points, but the fourth-ranked Huskies blew a 17-point lead in the second half of a 68-63 loss to Central Florida in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis on Friday. Connecticut finished with 13 turnovers in its first loss since March 5 against Notre Dame. The defending national champions...

Bernie Fine Finally Fired

What took so long? Bernie Fine has finally been fired by Syracuse. With allegations swirling that he’s a child molester, Syracuse really had no choice. Especially when Bernie Fine’s own wife was recorded saying that she knew that he had molested boys in the past. On top of the confession from Bernie Fine’s wife, a third accuser has come out saying he was molested by the assistant...

Thornton discusses team growth, Buckeyes

Mike Krzyzewski has relied heavily on Tyler Thornton's defensive abilities so far this season, and on Tuesday his presence will be crucial as the Blue Devils try to stop Ohio State. On Sunday, Thornton spoke to the media about the challenge and how the team has grown since the beginning of the season.

Huskies Rebound From Tough Loss

It was a busy week for the defending national champions, but that's the nature of holiday tournaments. For the Huskies, that meant Thanksgiving in the Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis which, in theory, isn't the worst way to spend a few days in late November. It's just that UConn, after beating UNC-Asheville 73-63 on Thursday, were thoroughly outplayed a day later...
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