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Pete Thamel of the New York Times got a direct statement from Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim, and he took a very strong stance on the investigation into allegations of molestations against his long time assistant, Bernie Fine.
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Late Thursday night, news broke of allegations against Bernie Fine, an assistant coach under Jim Boeheim in the Syracuse Orange college basketball program. A former ball boy, Bobby Davis, now 39 years old, claims that Fine molested him hundreds of times.
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Jim Boeheim defended Fine in an interview with the New York Times. Actually, he emphatically defended...
Syracuse notched another dominant win on Tuesday, but coach Jim Boeheim was not too thrilled about the rout. CuseNation.com was there during his Q & A session with local media after the game.
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim says assistant coach Bernie Fine has his "full support" after ESPN reported police are investigating Fine on allegations of child molestation.
Kentucky, Maryland, Morehead State and Long Island University will compete in the inaugural Barclays Center Classic next year.
Officials of the Barclays Center announced the tournament will be held Nov. 9 in the new arena in Brooklyn.
Kentucky will play Maryland in the featured game on ESPN, along with Morehead State against LIU.
Kentucky coach John Calipari, Maryland athletic...
The following statements were issued by Syracuse University and head men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim Thursday night.
Kentucky's star freshman Anthony Davis had just three points on Saturday. Coach John Calipari isn't concerned.
What happened Tuesday night in New York City was inevitable. Many outside of Durham did not want it to happen. But we all knew for several years now that Mike Krzyzewski would pass Bob Knight to become the winningest coach in the history of NCAA Division I Men's Basketball. And Coach K's spot on top of the college basketball world has officially been locked in.
HARTFORD – During his postgame press conference Thursday night, Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun went out of his way to observe that the NCAA national offices would be closed for the weekend as of 5 p.m. Friday.
Kentucky's star freshman Anthony Davis had just three points on Saturday. Coach John Calipari isn't concerned. Sophomore Doron Lamb had 26 points and the Wildcats routed Penn State 85-47 in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off tournament.