Jim Boeheim recently reached a rare milestone, but he's now focused on seeing some improvement from Syracuse.
The third-ranked Orange look to re-establish their stingy defensive play and make things a bit easier on themselves Saturday against Temple at Madison Square Garden.
Syracuse (10-0) is enjoying another lengthy winning streak to start a season, and the run continued with Monday's 72-68 win over Detroit, which put Boeheim in elite company.
The longtime coach of his alma mater has 900 wins, joining Duke's Mike Krzyzewski (938) and Bob Knight (902) as the only other men's Division I coaches to reach that mark. If the Orange's superb start continues against Temple, Boeheim would get his first attempt to tie Knight next Saturday against Alcorn State.
Boeheim wants to see his team play better this weekend after Syracuse committed 18 turnovers versus Detroit - 11 while being outscored 47-32 in the second half. The Orange also allowed a season-high 46.7 percent shooting after lim...