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The Syracuse Orange was knocked out of the NCAA Tournament Saturday night after a run to the Final Four. Here’s what a few players had to say about the season:
I love these fools, it was a great last ride #mifamilia instagram.com/p/XzhkFjCvxG/
— Rakeem Christmas(@R_Xmas25) April 7, 2013
Had an amazing 4 years here at Cuse! Hell of a last ride! Love my team and really gonna miss these guys!Thanks #CuseNation for all the love!
— Griffin Hoffmann (@Griffhoff13) April 7, 2013
Thanks to all my teammates ilove you guys for real.. I wouldnt have wanted to go on this run with no other guys.. Love #orangenation
— Brandon Triche (@Bswish20) April 7, 2013
And the big question going around the twittersphere is whether or not MCW will go pro. He wont confirm or deny on Twitter but when someone tweeted that he was going pro, he shot down the accusation.
RT @teammcw: BREAKING: Michael Carter-Williams WILL enter NBA draft. Will not return to Syracuse next season.–who said that?
— Michael Ca...
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Gregg Doyel of CBS asked Jim Boeheim if he was returning for the 2014 season, and the Syracuse coach wasn't having any of it in the post- Final Four presser.
Perhaps Jim Boeheim was testy after a tough loss to Michigan or maybe he’s just sensitive about his age, but the Syracuse coach was not happy about a question regarding possible retirement.
CBSSports.com’s Gregg Doyel asked Boeheim “When do you think you’ll decide, announce, whatever whether or not you’re coming back next year or do you already know?” Boeheim was not...
After Syracuse lost to Michigan Saturday night, Jim Boeheim snapped at CBSSports.com's Gregg Doyel in the post-game press conference and, well, the exchange was interesting.
For what it's worth, Doyel admitted the question of whether or not Boeheim was returning next year didn't need to be asked first. (Boeheim also later apologized to Doyel.) That being said...
Next season, Syracuse will go from banging with the bruisers at Georgetown and St. John's to running with the blue bloods on Tobacco Road. One thing that won't change for the Orange: Jim Boeheim will be directing things from the bench.
It took only minutes after Syracuse's loss to Michigan on Saturday night for the 68-year-old Boeheim to field the sort of question that...
Fiery as ever at 68, Jim Boeheim wanted nothing to do with questions about whether he'll be returning to coach next season when Syracuse moves to the Atlantic Coast Conference.
''I'm not going to answer that question unless you ask every coach that question,'' Boeheim snapped at a reporter, minutes after a 61-56 loss to Michigan in the national semifinals...
Saturday featured two great semi-final games with both of them coming down to the wire, but sadly there will be some talk of some questionable calls made by the officials. Both games went down to the wire, with both of the calls in question came in the final minute.
Trailing by 2 thanks to some missed free throws by Michigan, Syracuse had the ball and had a chance to tie or take...
It is always interesting to see the post-game press conferences of teams that lost a big game because emotions are still running very high. So when Syracuse fell to Michigan last night, you knew that Boeheim might not be in the best of moods when it was time for the press conference.
So courtesy of Gamedayr, we have footage of Boeheim’s reaction to the first question he...
Gregg Doyel of CBS Sports decided to ask Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim a question following Cuse's Final Four loss to Michigan.
Syracuse’s run to the Final Four was unexpected and there’s no doubt Orange fans will look back fondly on this season as time wears on. However, right now there is sourness over a final sequence of plays that helped end SU’s season. The final play, which ended in a wild, flailing attempt by Trevor Cooney, is frustrating for many reasons. After watching it a dozen times, it’s...
Already testy after his Orange were eliminated in the Final Four by No. 4 Michigan, Jim Boeheim perhaps took out some frustrations on CBS’s Gregg Doyel. Boeheim’s outburst came during the post game press conference when Doyel asked the head coach if he was going back to Syracuse next season. Boeheim took offense to the [...]
After losing to Michigan in the National Semifinals, Gregg Doyel of CBS Sports asked Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim what his plans were for next season. As you watched above it didn’t go over that well. i’m still a Boeheim fan regardless.-TO
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Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has grown tired of answering the retirement question. When it was the first thing he was asked after the Orange lost to Michigan in the national semifinals, Boeheim was annoyed. You can't really blame him.