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Syracuse Basketball; reflecting and moving forward

Jim Boeheim After an NCAA investigation that took over 13 years, Syracuse University basketball was found guilty of the following: academic misconduct, players receiving extra benefits, as well as failure to follow the University’s own drug testing policies. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball Profile: Matthew Moyer

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim This week I will feature Class of 2016 Syracuse basketball commit Matthew Moyer. Moyer is a 6’8? wing forward that will be playing his senior year for South Kent (Conn.) Prep. He had recruiting offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, and Kansas. Show More Summary

The Impact of Mike Hopkins Official Appointment on Recruiting

Recently, newly appointed Athletic Director Mark Coyle made official what all Orange fans had assumed for years; Mike Hopkins will be Jim Boeheim’s successor. What remains to be seen, and will continue to be a mystery until the day that...Show More Summary

Could This Be Jim Boeheim’s Last Year At Syracuse?

Now that it is officially official and Mike Hopkins will be the next head coach at SU, maybe Coach Boeheim’s time will come to an end sooner than expected. Of course, Boeheim says he “intends” to retire in 3 years, based on the announcement...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Mike Hopkins Will Succeed Jim Boeheim As Head Coach After 2017-18 Season

Update: Syracuse has released a statement about Hopkins’ designation as next head coach. “For more than 25 years, Mike Hopkins has demonstrated the true meaning of Orange pride and loyalty,” says Chancellor Syverud. “He has contributed so much to the success of the Syracuse basketball program. Show More Summary

Jim Boeheim’s Successor at Syracuse Chosen

Mike Hopkins was formally given the title of head coach designate to succeed Boeheim at Syracuse after the 2017-18 season.

It’s Official; Mike Hopkins Will Be Jim Boeheim’s Replacement

Yesterday, the worst-kept secret in Syracuse history was made official. Mike Hopkins will be the next coach of Syracuse men’s basketball. Hopkins had this to say in a statement yesterday: “Very few people are afforded the privilege to coach at their alma mater. Show More Summary

Syracuse makes it official that Mike Hopkins will take over in 2018

Hopkins, who also played at Syracuse, has been a member of Jim Boeheim's staff since 1995.

Mike Hopkins to Succeed Jim Boeheim as Syracuse Basketball Coach in 3 Years

Syracuse University's basketball program has found its successor for Jim Boeheim, it announced on Thursday afternoon, according to Syracuse Basketball. Currently serving as an assistant coach, Mike Hopkins will take over after the 2017-18 season after Boeheim announced in March that he will be retiring in three years. Show More Summary

Syracuse Says Mike Hopkins Will Succeed Jim Boeheim in 2018

8 months agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Syracuse finally did the right thing and announced that assistant coach Mike Hopkins is the head coach-designate and will succeed Coach Jim Boeheim following the 2017-18 men’s basketball season. In March, Boeheim announced that he will retire in three years. Show More Summary

Mike Hopkins named Jim Boeheim's successor at Syracuse, will take over in 2018

The longtime Syracuse assistant will officially take over as the Orange's head coach in three seasons. It's long been rumored that Mike Hopkins would be the man to succeed Jim Boeheim as head coach of the Syracuse Orange, but today the...Show More Summary

Don’t Count on Boeheim Winning His Appeal

Many Syracuse fans are surprised it took this long, but head coach Jim Boeheim has finally filed an appeal of the suspension that prohibits him from coaching the first nine ACC games.  There are no details about the date of the appeal or when we can expect the appeal to be resolved. It is puzzling that he waited this long. Show More Summary

5-star guard Tyus Battle decommits from Michigan, strongly considering Syracuse

Jim Boeheim is reportedly primed to land an elite guard after Tyus Battle reopened his recruitment on Friday. There's another five-star guard back on the board in the class of 2016. Tyus Battle, who had committed to Michigan in May,Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Syracuse “Throwback Thursday” Photo Features Bespectacled Jim Boeheim Playing For Orange

Syracuse basketball got into the weekly social media tradition of “Throwback Thursday” on Instagram this afternoon. The program posted a black-and-white photo of a Syracuse game from the 1960?s, and one of the Orange players looks very familiar.  The man shooting is Dave Bing, who went on to have a legendary NBA career. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball Really Needs A Point Guard in Class of 2016

It’s no secret, the Orange has a need at guard for the Class of 2016. Jim Boeheim and staff have already struck out on Tyus Battle, and there has been an exodus in recent years of guards specifically from the program—with four different...Show More Summary

Hoops Target Kevin Huerter Blowing Up

Things are still pretty up in the air for the Syracuse University basketball program when it comes to recruiting, with long time top target Tyus Battle headed to Michigan while Jim Boeheim and his staff scramble to come up with an outstanding backup option at the point for the class of 2016. One such option […]

Jim Boeheim posed for an epic selfie with Syracuse legends

We Are SU pic.twitter.com/ZHb1fkUp9J — Derrick Coleman (@44TheLegend) May 16, 2015 The annual Dick Vitale Gala, which has (...)

Morrissette: Syracuse Basketball Didn’t Want Thomas Bryant After Release of Sanctions

Last June Jim Boeheim said that Syracuse’s 2015 class was “getting another” commit. That player was presumed to be New York center Thomas Bryant who two weeks ago committed to Indiana. Earlier this week the Post Standard published aShow More Summary

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