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Jim Boeheim Calls SU Basketball’s 2015 Recruiting Class the “Best Ever”

Follow the Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU basketball news via ngngsports The Per’fesser could be around beyond next season after all. Jim Boeheim has denied or shaken off every rumor of possibly retiring, and with a top notch recruiting class heading up On the Hill, how could he walk away now? We’ve discussed here at The Fizz the scary-good potential of Syracuse basketball’s...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Exhibition Games Will Allow Boeheim to Experiment With Unproven Roster

Kelly Kline/Adidas Syracuse basketball will have a much different look to it this season, and the exhibition games could bring plenty of experimentation by Jim Boeheim. With Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant now in the NBA, and CJ Fair graduating, the Orange are extremely young. Much of the roster is talented, but unproven. And before SU starts taking on real competition like Michigan...
Via Orange Fizz
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Boeheim Calls His 2015 Recruiting Class His Best Ever, Hints At Fifth Member

If Boeheim wins another NC, there may be more tattoos of his face coming to CNY. (IG/kyleproiatattoo) Jim Boeheim elevated Syracuse to a national power in the late 80s, and won the 2003 NCAA Tournament, but the Hall of Famer has never had a more consistent stretch of success on the court and in recruiting than the last five or so years. Now, according to Boeheim, his 2015 class will...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Boeheim Discusses Changes He Wants To See In College Basketball

Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim sat down for an interview with ESPN’s Andy Katz, which ESPNU aired last night. In the interview, Boeheim discussed some of the changes he’d like to see in college basketball, namely a shorter shot clock and for there to be no early deadline for players to declare for the NBA Draft. Just started to tape @ESPNAndyKatz Katz Korner shows. Strong...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Boeheim On The Fan Who Got A Boeheim Tattoo On His Leg: “I Would Wear Long Pants”

A few days ago, we showed you this incredible tattoo of Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim that an Orange fan got tattooed onto his leg. One of the big questions after the fan got inked up was how would Boeheim react, because while this is the fan’s way of honoring him, it’s still a bit out there. Yesterday, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman got to the bottom of it, asking the Hall of...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Fan Gets Jim Boeheim Tattoo On His Leg

Just talked to Boeheim about crazy fan who got THIS tattoo on his leg. “I would wear long pants for rest of my life.” pic.twitter.com/LnNE7YRBzQ — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) July 18, 2014 A crazy diehard Syracuse Orange fan got a tattoo of Jim Boeheim’s face on his leg and Jeff Goodman caught up with Boeheim […] The post Syracuse Fan Gets Jim Boeheim Tattoo On His Leg...
Via Diehardsport
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Basketball Fan Gets Ridiculous Jim Boeheim Tattoo (Photo)

Coach Jim Boeheim is a legend at Syracuse University. With 948 career wins, four Final Four appearances and a national title under his belt, the coach has rightfully etched his name among the all-time greats in college basketball. Syracuse fans have revered Boeheim for his consistent excellence and ability to groom players into NBA superstars. But Orange fan Rich Miner took his love...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Boeheim on fan's leg tattoo of him: 'I would wear long pants'

Jim Boeheim has some sage advice for the Syracuse Orange fan who decided to get a tattoo of Boeheim's face on his leg this week. And the advice given by Boeheim comes in the typical sarcastic manner we have grown accustomed to from the Hall of Fame coach.Speaking to Jeff Goodman of ESPN, Boeheim proclaimed that he "would wear long pants" for the rest of his life if...
Via Bush League Chronicle
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse Superfan Honors Jim Boeheim with Massive Leg Tattoo, Boeheim Doesn’t Approve

Jim Boeheim has been in Syracuse, New York for a billion years, transforming Syracuse University into a legit national basketball school, and is loved by the Orange fans. 28-year-old superfan Richard Miner decided to honor the coach that arrived as a freshman walk-on in 1962 before accepting the head coaching job in 1976, where he has brought stability and success ever since. Miner...
Via Next Impulse Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse fan gets detailed Jim Boeheim tattoo

Jim Boeheim is everything to Syracuse basketball. The legendary coach arrived at Syracuse University in 1962 as a freshman basketball walk-on, and has never left, turning SU from a strong regional program in Central New York into a true national power. It is no surprise that Syracuse fans have a strong attachment to Boeheim. One fan loves the legendary coach so much, that he put...
Via College Spun
13 days ago  |  Discuss
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