Found October 18, 2012 on
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The Big East Media day proved nothing short of interesting and the competitiveness we’ll witness this season. According to Sports.Yahoo.com, Boeheim was asked how he felt hearing the Pitino comment that the Big East adding Memphis and Temple will make up for the departure of Syracuse and Pittsburgh, Boeheim smiled and replied: “Rick’s full of [...]
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