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Following Syracuse’s 61-39 disastrous loss to Georgetown, a member of the press asked Jim Boeheim if he was going to miss the Georgetown-Syracuse rivalry and the Big East. The Per’fesser said if he was younger maybe he would be bothered. But at 68, not so much.
“I’m pretty much ready to go play golf some place. If I was 40 years old, I’d be real upset. I’m not.”
After another dreadful offensive showing for the Orange, and the season crumbling to a close, maybe retirement and golfing seems more appealing to Boeheim.
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SU was shockingly apathetic throughout Saturday’s emotional affair. Syracuse’s offensive woes have now reached insane levels. The Orange was 15-for-47 from the field, just 1-for-11 from deep, and the first time in 34 years a Boeheim team didn’t crack 40 points.
Seniors James Southerland and Brandon Triche were totally nonexistent. So much of Saturday’s responsibility falls on them. If anyone should rec...
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Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim may have hinted at retirement following a blowout loss at the hands of Georgetown.
The four-year member of the Orange takes time to comment on the loss to the Hoyas, the fast-approaching postseason, and what he thinks of himself and the team moving forward in the video inside.
Heart? Desire? Mental toughness? None of the above Saturday for the Orange, as Syracuse was handed one of the most embarrassing defeats in program history. Georgetown crushed SU 61-39, the worst offensive showing in Jim Boeheim’s three decades. The final matchup ever between the two schools in the Big East conference, and SU brought nothing to the table, outscored 36-21 in the...
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