Jim Boeheim has reset the shot clock on his retirement plans.
Syracuse men’s basketball Coach Jim Boeheim, who had previously planned to step down from the position he’s held since 1976 after next season, signed a contract extension Sunday that runs beyond 2017-18, the school announced. The news of Boeheim’s extension came hours after Washington hired Syracuse assistant Mike Hopkins, the coach designated to be Boeheim’s successor after […]
The Hall of Fame coach was scheduled to leave Syracuse after next season
Maybe that article last month questioning Jim Boeheim’s retirement plan was accurate all along.Syracuse announced on Sunday evening that they have extended the contract of head basketball coach Jim Boeheim beyond the 2017-2018 season. Show More Summary
He’s no longer going to retire after the 2017-18 season. Jim Boeheim is no longer calling it quits at the end of next season as originally planned. Syracuse announced that Boeheim has signed an extension on Sunday. Jim Boeheim's contract...Show More Summary
Syracuse's AD stressed the stability of the program being behind the decision.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has agreed to a new contract that will extend past next season
The 2017-18 season will not be the final one for Jim Boeheim.
Hopkins, who has been with Boeheim for more than 20 years, said “the timing is right” to take over the men’s program for the Huskies.
Hopkins was supposed to replace Jim Boeheim. Instead, he’s headed to the West Coast. Mike Hopkins was supposed to be Jim Boeheim’s successor. The Syracuse graduate had put in 20 years with the Orange coaching staff, filling in for Boeheim during the veteran leader’s suspension in 2015-16. Show More Summary
Long thought the heir for Jim Boeheim at Syracuse, Mike Hopkins has reportedly jumped ship to be head coach at Washington. Read more...
Hopkins was supposed to replace Jim Boeheim after next season
Hopkins, an assistant under Jim Boeheim, was slated to take over when Boeheim retired.
Here is Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim a week ago, after the team was (very reasonably) left out of the NCAA Tournament bracket: Read more...
A city was already in mourning before UNCG lost in the NIT. The real story in Greensboro on Wednesday night wasn’t an NIT game against Syracuse, or whether Jim Boeheim would take another shot at the city. Instead its denizens were in...Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim faces a team from his least-favorite city, and weird rule changes abound. Despite a snub-free NCAA tournament Selection Show, the NIT still managed to work out some drama. All it had to do was troll Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim. Boeheim made headlines last week after bashing the traditional home of the ACC Tournament —Greensboro, N.C. Show More Summary
Greensboro just keeps giving Jim Boeheim Ls.
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As holistic as the NCAA Tournament selection process is supposed to be, the committee members are as susceptible as anyone to conventional wisdom. Jim Boeheim and Syracuse learned this the hard way: If you’re a bubble team, it helps not to have a soundbite-length knock like “2-11 away from home” on your resumé, and… Read more...
This was probably completely coincidental