Wednesday night Jim Boeheim made waves when he called ESPN college basketball reporter Andy Katz an "idiot" and "disloyal" at a postgame press conference. While there were numerous theories as to why Boeheim would explode at Katz inShow More Summary
Following his team's loss to Connecticut last night, Jim Boeheim was barely in the mood to answer questions from the press. Still, he performed his duties as Syracuse head coach... until it came to ESPN reporter Andy Katz. Responding...Show More Summary
Katz tells me he's known for awhile Boeheim was upset, but the press conference anger came as a surprise.
After Syracuse's loss to UConn, the Orange coach had harsh words at the press conference.
Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim has launched an astonishing assault against ESPN college basketball reporter Andy Katz Wednesday night. At Boeheim's press conference after the #6 Orange were upset by Connecticut, Katz asked the coach a question about the Syracuse-UConn series and Boeheim responded by saying he wasn't going to answer it. Show More Summary
During the press conference following Sysracuse's loss to Connecticut, ESPN's Andy Katz asked Jim Boeheim a question. Boeheim refused to answer the question, saying he will "answer anybody's question except [Katz']." Then, after a pause,...Show More Summary
Syracuse Orange basketball coach Jim Boeheim was understandably upset following his team's 66-58 loss to the Connecticut Huskies Wednesday night, but he seems to have chosen a shocking outlet upon whom to vent his frustrations. According...Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim has the unique ability to sound both bored and like a complete dickhead all at the same time. And he did it tonight all over Andy Katz's face. Uconn beat Boeheim's squad 66-58 and after the game Boeheim said in his press conference to Katz: "I'll answer anybody's question but yours, because you're an idiot and really a disloyal person. Show More Summary
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With the pending move to the Atlantic Coast Conference on next season’s horizon, big changes are in store for Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse Orange. New league, new rivalries, new coaching matchups, and new road trips lie ahead. But before the curtain falls on Syracuse’s final Big East act, some unfinished business remains. Show More Summary
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim wasn ’t wearing ruby red slippers as he patrolled the sidelines on Monday night, but when the final horn sounded; the Hall-of-Fame coach must’ ve been agreeing that there is no place like home. The No. 9-ranked...Show More Summary
To put it lightly, I'm a die hard Syracuse fan. Every March, come tournament time, I'm the type of fan who fills out two March Madness brackets—one with my realistic projections (in hopes to win some money), and one where the Orange cut down the net and take home the NCAA title. Show More Summary
The college basketball landscape is scattered with great coaches. Legends like Mike Krzyzewski and Jim Boeheim need no introduction. Tenured veterans like Bob Huggins and Roy Williams get their due and successful young coaches like Brad Stevens and Shaka Smart get there share of attention as well. Show More Summary
Syracuse is used to having one of the top recruiting classes year in and year out. Head coach Jim Boeheim has shown that he still has the ability to bring in top talent. The 2013 class is shaping up to be no different. Currently, ESPN has Syracuse ranked as the eighth-best class. Show More Summary
In an effort to improve their offense, Syracuse has briefly used a three-guard lineup in its last two games. Jim Boeheim has put Michael Carter-Williams, Brandon Triche and Trevor Cooney on the court at the same time, giving Syracuse a very small look. Show More Summary
It has been 10 years since the Syracuse Orange Men's basketball team won the NCAA National Championship. The astonishing 2003 NCAA tournament title was coach Jim Boeheim's only championship and the first for Syracuse, who were then named the Orangemen. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim and the 2012-13 Syracuse Orange look poised to make a run in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, but several areas need improvement in order for the team to reach its first Final Four in a decade (2003). Syracuse’s recent 70-68 win over then-No. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim might not seem like a man who has a lot to worry about. Coaching the No. 7 team in the nation, you'd expect that he would be able to sleep easy, but his Syracuse Orange are giving him a few things to be stressed about. As his Syracuse basketball team gets into the heart of its schedule, these are the five things that could keep him up at night. Begin Slideshow
Jim Boeheim has made a habit of turning his Syracuse basketball players in NBA ballers, and his current team has seven players with hopes of going pro. The Orange turned out three more pros last year, and this year we should see a couple more. Show More Summary
Arizona remains undefeated and Jim Boeheim moves into second all-time in wins.