Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim has been suspended for the Orange's first nine Atlantic Coast Conference games next season and the school will lose 12 basketball scholarships for NCAA violations by the program.
The NCAA has handed down its punishment against Syracuse University for a series of self-reported violations that took place over the last decade. In the NCAA's terms, the school is being punished for failing to "control and monitor" its athletics programs, and men's head basketball coach Jim Boeheim specifically is being punished for failing to monitor his program. Read more...
The NCAA on Friday suspended Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim for nine ACC games and took away 12 scholarships over the next four years as a result of multiple violations over an eight-year period, starting in 2001. The organization will not impose any further postseason bans on the Orange, which will be on probation […]
After an NCAA investigation discovered multiple infractions, Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim will be suspended for nine conference games next season and the program will lose 12 scholarships over the next four years. Matt Schneidman of The Daily Orange passed along the full list of penalties levied by the NCAA. Show More Summary
Boeheim “failed to monitor” his program.
In a scathing report released Friday, the NCAA announced a number of punishments leveled against Syracuse University, including a nine-game suspension of Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim, following a violations investigation...Show More Summary
Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim has been suspended nine games by the NCAA for "multiple infractions" according to John O'Brien of Syracuse.com. In addition, both the Syracuse football team and basketball team have been placed...Show More Summary
In most years, a February meeting between Syracuse (18-11, 9-7 ACC) and Duke would be a clash of two contenders. However, it's been a relatively trying year for Jim Boeheim's squad, while No. 4 Duke (26-3, 13-3 ACC) has cruised to the...Show More Summary
Duke and Syracuse are under way at Cameron Indoor in Durham, North Carolina. The Blue Devils are trying to stay afloat in the ACC title race and the Orange would love to ruin their plans by getting win No. 967 for coach Jim Boeheim. Follow...Show More Summary
In an attempt to preempt any forthcoming NCAA sanctions involving alleged illegal benefits given to players over a number of years, Syracuse self-imposed a one-year NCAA tournament ban on its men’s basketball team earlier this month. At the time, the Orange did not look like a team that was worthy of an NCAA tournament bid, […]
If you are waiting for classic Big East tournament matchups at Madison Square Garden like the ones between Jim Boeheim's Syracuse squads and John Thompson's Georgetown teams, you may have to check ESPN Classic. Gone are the Syracuses, Louisvilles, Notre Dames, Connecticuts, West Virginias, Boston Colleges and Pittsburghs from the league. Show More Summary
When it’s time for the NCAA tournament, all the familiar faces tend to steal the show late. What you may not realize is once you get past the Jim Boeheims, the Tom Izzos, the Mike Krzyzewskis and the Rick Pitinos, there’s a wealth of...Show More Summary
The Syracuse basketball team's rotation doesn't have many players. At most, the Orange can go seven deep; eight if Rakeem Christmas gets into early foul trouble and Chinonso Obokoh has to play. But head coach Jim Boeheim mostly plays six players, with Ron Patterson relieving Kaleb Joseph if the latter adds some gray hairs to Boeheim's head. Show More Summary
Some people don't like how Jim Boeheim is running the Syracuse basketball program, which is fresh off a self-imposed postseason ban. And Boeheim could not care less. Following his team's 83-77 loss against Pittsburgh on Saturday night, the 70-year-old head coach wasn't exactly in a good mood. Show More Summary
Even with all of the negativity surrounding the Syracuse basketball program this season, head coach Jim Boeheim still has a sense of humor. Fans at the Pittsburgh Panthers game Saturday brought a sign of Boeheim picking his nose. The Orange head coach apparently took notice, jokingly following suit. [Vine] Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com
He nose humor when he sees it. Some Pitt fans brought a giant picture of Jim Boeheim digging for gold, and Boeheim honored them with a big ol' schnozz scratch: The only question is: Which of Jim Boeheim's many nose-picking incidents did they use for this sign?
Syracuse got whomped by Colgate last night, and a grumpy Jim Boeheim fell back on his favorite schtick during his postgame press conference: letting everyone know that his players are not good enough to be considered lottery picks. Read more...
It isn't the first time the Syracuse coach has done this. Syracuse entered its game against Colgate on Monday night as losers of three of its last four. After starting 25-0 last season, things haven't been quite so easy for Jim Boeheim's bunch this year. It's a young team. Show More Summary
The Syracuse basketball team is back to playing meaningful games, and the Orange are off to a 2-0 start. Jim Boeheim's club easily dispatched Kennesaw State and then let Hampton hang around before pulling away late. The competition will heat up this weekend as the 2K Classic moves to Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary
While Syracuse might have lost some key players from last year's team, head coach Jim Boeheim always finds a way to reload and be just as good the following year. Tyler Ennis, C.J. Fair and Jerami Grant were key members of a squad that started the year 25-0 before fading down the stretch and ending in a third-round exit from the NCAA tournament. Show More Summary