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Make that 8-0 for the Orange. Brandon Triche scored a season-high 20 and No. 4 Syracuse used a key second-half run to put away No. 10 Florida 70-65 in the SEC/Big East Challenge.
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Friday night was another emotional tug o’ war for Syracuse basketball and its fans. On the court, the #3 Orange dispatched of a worthy foe, the #10 Florida Gators with strong play from its starters, terrific contributions from one of the deepest benches in the nation, and critical late-game free throw shooting.
Off it, Jim Boeheim, he of the ever steely facade, showed an emotional...
Need help understanding the Bernie Fine scandal? If so, this Japanimation should clear things up for you.
This animated video summarizes the “very confusing” sexual abuse charges brought upon the ex-Syracuse assistant basketball coach. After a third person came forward with allegations, the university decided to terminated Jim Boeheim’s assistant for the last 30+ years....
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim said Saturday he'll go ahead with his campaign against child abuse even though he knows his motives will be questioned.
For the second time this week, as expected, the story at the Carrier Dome on a game night centered around Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim's postgame comments rather than the game itself.
On Friday night, following his team's 72-68 victory over No. 10 Florida, Boeheim apologized publicly for harshly questioning the motives of those who accused now-former Orange associate head...
Do the Gators rely too much on three-pointers? Should Scoop Jardine be the Orange's point guard? Andy Glockner answers these and more after Syracuse's 72-68 victory over Florida.
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim apologized Friday night for questioning the motives of the men who accused his longtime assistant of molesting them as minors.
No. 4 Syracuse remained unbeaten with a 72-68 win over No. 10 Florida on Friday, as coach Jim Boeheim maintained a stoic facade amid an intense federal investigation into his program.
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim has apologized for questioning the motives of the men who accused his longtime assistant of molesting them as minors.
In a surprise move, Syracuse cornerback Keon Lyn wasn't on the field on Saturday in Pittsburgh. After the game, the bigger surprise was the reason he wasn't suited up.
A man who accused former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine of molesting him in 2002 is seeking to suppress what his lawyer maintains was a coerced confession in his own molestation case.