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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.
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Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim seemed to hint at retirement following his team's loss to Georgetown. See what the 'Cuse coach said.
Jim Boeheim shot down speculation that he may be retiring, saying after Syracuse’s 61-39 loss to Georgetown Saturday that he has never given thought to the idea.
Rumors of Boeheim’s impending retirement began last week with a report from a small-time blog saying that Syracuse asked Boeheim to step down after the season because of NCAA investigations. A tweet from Syracuse’s...
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.”
The Mike Hopkins head coaching rumors annually swirl this time of year. As we creep toward the tournament, there’s always a major conference school searching for the next great young assistant. And sometimes the arrow lands on Hop. Understandably so. He’s learned under a Hall of Fame coach for decades. Hop has proven his worth on the recruiting trail. He’s approachable...
The one thing that Big East reporters are really going to miss when Syracuse departs from the conference to join the ACC are the Jim Boeheim press conferences. He is known for speaking off the cuff on many occasions, and his final regular season presser in Big East competition following an embarrassing loss to long-time rival Georgetown was no different. Speaking to reporters after...
Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim may have hinted at retirement following a blowout loss at the hands of Georgetown.
Coming off of another loss to rival Georgetown and heading into the extended season, Trevor Cooney provides his thoughts on the current state of Orange basketball inside.