Found January 03, 2013 on
Three Idiots on Sports:
Well 2013 is two days old and already big things are happening - Jim Boeheim has passed Bob Knight, winning his 903rd game, Louisville upset the Florida Gators in the Sugar Bowl, and the fiscal cliff has been averted....for now. However, there's a lot of 2013 left and that means one thing - resolutions. Here are mine and please keep in mind I can't speak for Champ. Hell I can't even locate him right now, I heard he's on the West Coast negotiating to bring Greg Robinson back to coach Syracuse.With that being said, in 2013 I do hereby resolve:* To not engage with, read, or give attention to the growing legion of sports media figures whose soul purpose in life is to troll their audiences to solicit a reaction and attention. I'm tired of guys like Doug Gottlieb, Skip Bayless, and Marcus Hayes. In order to survive, they need you to be enraged with their BOLD OPINIONS and ABSOLUTE TRUTHS. They will tell you they deal if FACTS when in reality they deal only in the curre...
BEST OF MAXIM
Jim Boeheim notched his 903rd career victory, breaking a tie with Bob Knight for second all-time among Division I men's coaches, and No. 7 Syracuse rolled past Rutgers 78-53 on Wednesday night in the Big East opener for both teams.
Boeheim, in his 37th season at his alma mater, trails only Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, who has 940 victories.
Syracuse (13-1, 1-0) has won 33 straight...
Jim Boeheim is never short on words after a game. Wednesday's win over Rutgers was no exception, as the Syracuse head coach had another classic press conference.
Syracuse's Jim Boeheim is getting ready for his first chance to pass Bob Knight for second place on the all-time Division I wins list.
He's not the only coach that will be in the spotlight at the Carrier Dome since Rutgers' Mike Rice is back for his first game following an ignominious suspension.
The No. 7 Orange should be in good shape to earn this historic victory...
Follow all of the action between the Orange and the Scarlet Knights with constant updates from CuseNation.com inside as Jim Boeheim goes for his 903rd win to pass Bobby Knight for second all-time.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers senior forward Austin Johnson spoke with reporters after the weekend's practice about the return of his head coach and preparations for the start of Big East play. Rutgers tips off tomorrow night against No. 7 Syracuse and coach Jim Boeheim, who tied Bobby Knight in career wins before the new year.
Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice returns to the bench tonight after a three-game suspension for inappropriate behavior. Rice leads Rutgers against No. 7 Syracuse and coach Jim Boeheim, who can pass Bobby Knight for second all time in career wins by beating the Scarlet Knights.