Found March 24, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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Yes, that is a giant Jim Boeheim and Big Orange mascot signs in the crowd at in the East Regional Final. The Ohio State Buckeyes took on the Syracuse Orange in the Elite Eight where the winner goes to the Final Four. Aaron Craft‘s family were shown on TV and didn’t look like they cared about the game at all. Jim Boeheim was upset with almost every call on the sidelines as the refs continued the tradition of being awful. JUMP!

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