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There was some Syracuse weirdness Thursday – ok, nothing new, right? – but it was odd that the university somehow managed to tweet that Jim Boeheim was retiring at the end of the season.
They later retracted it.
Here’s a good rundown with tons of links from Syracuse.com., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/things-get-strange-at-syracuse
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Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim seemed to hint at retirement following his team's loss to Georgetown. See what the 'Cuse coach said.
Syracuse had to do some damage control after a tweet sent from the university’s official Twitter account suggsted that basketball coach Jim Boeheim would be retiring. Here’s the tweet sent following Syracuse’s 78-57 home win over DePaul Wednesday that caused the confusion: The tweet links to a post on a Syracuse blog that was written by a Florida community college student...
Jim Boeheim shot down speculation that he may be retiring, saying after Syracuse’s 61-39 loss to Georgetown Saturday that he has never given thought to the idea.
Rumors of Boeheim’s impending retirement began last week with a report from a small-time blog saying that Syracuse asked Boeheim to step down after the season because of NCAA investigations. A tweet from Syracuse’s...
I’m not sure what to make of this. Either someone is messing with Syracuse, or we’ve got a huge “oops” moment from one of the best communications schools in the nation.
Syracuse’s official Twitter handle just tweeted out the below, with a link to a very vague article about Jim Boeheim being forced to step down due to “NCAA violations from last year’s team”. The article...
There has been zero indication that Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim was planning to retire at the end of this season, which is why a tweet last night from the university’s official Twitter feed caught everyone by surprise following the Orange’s rout of DePaul. Syracuse has since deletd the tweet, but speculation is running wild in Upstate New York this morning because...
The official Syracuse University Twitter account sent out a rather peculiar tweet suggesting longtime men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim was retiring. It was accompanied by a link to a source alleging that the school has asked Boeheim to retire amid possible NCAA violations.The announcement came following the Orange's 78-57 victory over DePaul Wednesday night. And it immediately...
It's been a weird season for Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim. From continued battles with the media to pro-gun control pressers, it's been a year that's led more than one observer to say it's time for Boeheim to retire. More », http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/is-jim-boeheim-retiring-update
Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim may have hinted at retirement following a blowout loss at the hands of Georgetown.
Wait until Jim Boeheim gets a hold of this reporter in a news conference.
The Syracuse University coach, who has been known to be a bit short with reporters whose work he considers shoddy, was suddenly at the center of retirement rumors Wednesday night. The Syracuse University Twitter feed, which is run by various students at the school, tweeted that Wednesday’s game against DePaul...
Syracuse gets the easy win over DePaul as expected, the last of its kind against a team whose nickname begins with “B-L-U-E D-E…” (there’s a team in the ACC fitting that description). Here’s our Fizz 5takeaways from the victory.
Lack of Offensive Fluidity
It ended up being a 21-point blowout, but for large portions of the game, especially in the first half, there still...
Syracuse rises into the win column for the first time in four games in their last Big East match-up that will be played on Jim Boeheim Court. More inside.
The Mike Hopkins head coaching rumors annually swirl this time of year. As we creep toward the tournament, there’s always a major conference school searching for the next great young assistant. And sometimes the arrow lands on Hop. Understandably so. He’s learned under a Hall of Fame coach for decades. Hop has proven his worth on the recruiting trail. He’s approachable...