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JIM BOEHEIM RUMORS & GOSSIP

Reports: Syracuse to go before NCAA infractions committee Oct. 30-31

The Syracuse football and men's basketball programs are under NCAA investigation for alleged academic improprieties and extra benefits that date back at least 10 years, ESPN reported. The allegations involving Jim Boeheim's program come from as recently as 2013 and go back about 10 years, the report said. The allegations involving the football team stem from improprieties...
Via Fox Sports
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Syracuse Hoops & Football Programs Under Serious Investigation

By next week, we’ll know far more when Syracuse goes in front of the NCAA investigation committee. But for now the early news trickling out is not good: Syracuse football and basketball are under the heat lamp for academic violations and improper benefits. According to reports Thursday night, the football program could be facing the same scrutiny over recruiting and eligibility...
Via Orange Fizz
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is Boeheim’s Slander Case Connected to the NCAA Investigation at Syracuse?

How worried should Syracuse fans be now that Jim Boeheim’s comments against Bobby Davis and Mike Lang will be reopened in court? Hard to say right now. Originally Boeheim’s statements that the two former ballboys were liars and just looking for money were thrown out because they were seen as mere opinion, not based in fact. Now, they’re being seen as more than that: The slander...
Via Orange Fizz
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Slander lawsuit against Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim reinstated

New York's Court of Appeals has ruled two former Syracuse ball boys will be allowed to sue head coach Jim Boeheim for slander, The Associated Press reports. Boeheim refuted allegations by Bobby Davis and Mike Lang in 2011 that assistant coach Bernie Fine had molested them when they were children. Boeheim said the pair was only looking to make money and that the allegations were...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

NY court: Ex-ball boys can sue Boeheim for slander over alleged Fine comments

ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York's highest court has reinstated the slander lawsuit by two former Syracuse University ball boys against basketball head coach Jim Boeheim. Bobby Davis and Mike Lang say Boeheim slandered them in 2011 by calling them liars out for money when they accused his longtime assistant coach Bernie Fine of molesting them as children. A judge dismissed the suit last...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Fizz Spotlight: Jim Boeheim

As Jim Boeheim begins his 38th season as the Syracuse head coach, the questions swirled once again about the losses the Orange faces. Just plug in new names, this year the team is without Tyler Ennis, Jerami Grant, CJ Fair and Baye Keita. This comes after losing Michael Carter-Williams, Brandon Triche and James Southerland before last season. So again, it looks like Coach Boeheim...
Via Orange Fizz
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Syracuse coach Boeheim facing obstacles as NCAA investigation looms

  Media day for Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim as he gets set for his 39th year at his alma mater didn't start the way it normally does. Syracuse basketball, which already faces a multitude of on-court questions entering the season, now has off-court issues looming. Syracuse.com reported about an hour before media day was to begin Friday afternoon that the NCAA has invited Syracuse...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Boeheim facing obstacles in 39th year at Syracuse

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Media day for Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim as he gets set for his 39th year at his alma mater didn't start the way it normally does. Syracuse basketball, which already faces a multitude of on-court questions entering the season, now has off-court issues looming. Syracuse.com reported about an hour before media day was to begin Friday afternoon that the NCAA...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Jim Boeheim’s Staff Losing Grip on Thomas Bryant?

Hoops season is officially back in the mix with college basketball’s annual Midnight Madness taking place this Friday. But the future remains on the minds of the Orange faithful up On the Hill.   You can thank Jim Boeheim for that.   The Per’Fesser is already on record saying the 2015 hoops recruiting class is Syracuse’s “best ever.” Boeheim may need to reconsider how...
Via Orange Fizz
11 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
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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