At a certain point, arrogance should give way to humility. Watching the video above, it must happen slower when you're a legendary coach and king of a small basketball-crazed community. Read more...
The importance of the Syracuse 2-3 zone defense was made very clear to coach Jim Boeheim on the night of November 4, 2009. The zone never left the bench, as the Orange played man-to-man the whole game. A game won by the Division II Le Moyne Dolphins, 82-79. Show More Summary
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim knows psychology. Before Friday’s semifinal he called Georgetown’s Otto Porter the greatest power forward in the history of the Big East, despite the fact that he coached Carmelo Anthony. Before Saturday’sShow More Summary
Rick Pitino's scorching-hot Louisville Cardinals will be gunning for their second consecutive Big East Tournament title and third in five years on Saturday night in New York City. Standing in their way, Jim Boeheim's Syracuse Orange,...Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim didn’t get to be one of the winningest coaches in men’s NCAA basketball history by doing things halfway. Syracuse’s head coach goes all out, and he doesn’t care what Andy Katz or anyone else thinks. And it was in that spirit...Show More Summary
Double or nothing he eats it.
The Syracuse Orange and head coach Jim Boeheim now find themselves wondering what went wrong this season. After starting well, the Orange were on the fast track to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. Now, after losing seven of the final 12 games, they need to figure out how to get back on track. Show More Summary
The look on Jim Boeheim’s face said it all. With less than a minute remaining in the game, and in Syracuse’s final Big East regular season, the Orange’s Hall of Fame coach stood there on the sideline watching as the Georgetown Hoyas began to celebrate their 61-39 victory. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim wasn't exactly inspiring after Syracuse's loss to Georgetown.
Syracuse’s blowout victory over DePaul on Wednesday night went according to plan, but the official Syracuse University Twitter did not have as smooth of a night as its basketball team. According to USA Today’s Mike Foss, the feed posted a tweet suggesting that sources claimed legendary coach Jim Boeheim would be retiring after the season. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim might be retiring, or Syracuse's Twitter account has gone rogue.
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 »
The last month or so is one that Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse Orange will want to forget. The Orange have lost six of their last 10 games, including three in a row. As ugly as it has been for the 'Cuse, this stretch cannot be forgotten because there are lessons to be taken from it. Show More Summary
Boeheim doesn't like coaching questions.
Boeheim again had some choice words for media members on Monday night.
Syracuse players walked onto the court for a Jan. 26 conference clash exuding confidence. The Orange were 18-1, unbeaten in the Big East and coming off consecutive wins over ranked opponents, including No. 1 Louisville. A game versus struggling Villanova (three straight losses) seemed to represent just another stepping stone toward a dominant season. Show More Summary
The Syracuse Orange have once again landed a top-10 recruiting class for 2013. Head coach Jim Boeheim has made a habit of restocking his team each season with new talent. ESPN has the Orange ranked as the No. 6 recruiting class in the nation. Show More Summary
Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim just keeps rebuilding the program year after year with top recruiting classes. That is no different for 2013. The Orange's new class is ranked sixth by ESPN. While there are five new recruits heading to Syracuse next season, not all of them will see time with the Orange right away. Show More Summary
A unique defensive approach has helped Syracuse remain among the nation's elite for decades. When the Orange is executing the game plan at this point in the season, it's a solid indication that Jim Boeheim's team is on the right track toward a title. Show More Summary
Hartford, CT – Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim called ESPN reporter Andy Katz an “idiot” and “really a disloyal person,” in a post-game press conference that quickly went viral. A video of the rant posted by Houston Mitchell at the Los Angeles Times shows the irate Boeheim, whose team lost 66-58 to Connecticut on Wednesday [...]Show More Summary