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Jim Boeheim is everything to Syracuse basketball. The legendary coach arrived at Syracuse University in 1962 as a freshman basketball walk-on, and has never left, turning SU from a strong regional program in Central New York into a true national power. It is no surprise that Syracuse fans have a strong attachment to Boeheim. One fan loves the legendary coach so much, that he put it in ink. The detail in this tattoo is truly amazing. While I don’t even see myself getting a 69-year old man’s face tattooed on my leg, if I do, I hope it shares the artistry of this one. [@GunZoneThree via @BrentAxeMedia]
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Many people can relate to getting a tattoo that they regret. There’s even a show on Spike TV called “Tattoo Nightmares,” so clearly there is a market for people who hate their ink.
In the case of this one Syracuse Orange fan, it is not clear if they hate their tattoo honoring the team’s historic basketball program. However, a tattoo this large and unique is something...
Jim Boeheim has some sage advice for the Syracuse Orange fan who decided to get a tattoo of Boeheim's face on his leg this week. And the advice given by Boeheim comes in the typical sarcastic manner we have grown accustomed to from the Hall of Fame coach.Speaking to Jeff Goodman of ESPN, Boeheim proclaimed that he "would wear long pants" for the rest of his life if...
This Jim Boeheim tattoo will make some Syracuse fans orange with envy.
Jim Boeheim has been in Syracuse, New York for a billion years, transforming Syracuse University into a legit national basketball school, and is loved by the Orange fans.
28-year-old superfan Richard Miner decided to honor the coach that arrived as a freshman walk-on in 1962 before accepting the head coaching job in 1976, where he has brought stability and success ever since.
Coach Jim Boeheim is a legend at Syracuse University. With 948 career wins, four Final Four appearances and a national title under his belt, the coach has rightfully etched his name among the all-time greats in college basketball.
Syracuse fans have revered Boeheim for his consistent excellence and ability to groom players into NBA superstars. But Orange fan Rich Miner took his love...