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November 28, 2011
What is Boeheim's role? Mike Anthony Hartford Courant Any damage to Syracuse, or more specifically its basketball program, will come down to whether head coach Jim Boeheim faces any fallout. Assistant coach Bernie Fine is out. Good. The program can move on without much of a hiccup, assuming this is where it ends. But if the legendary Boeheim is found to have overlooked something he should not have, if his career ends with the same ignominy as that of Joe Paterno, well, what's the first thing one will think of at the mention of Syracuse basketball?
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
Welcome to a second season of Morning Shootaround. We will follow the Terps throughout the 2013-14 season, but this year in this space we will provide a look ahead rather than looking back. We will try to analyze Maryland's strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of its upcoming opponent. We also hope to provide quotes and anecdotes from practices to give some idea of what Mark Turgeon and his team are doing. Here are a few things to look for as the Terps get ready to play No. 1 (but not for much longer)
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December 4, 2011
What has he done wrong? K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Jim Boeheim's only crime thus far is one of ignorance — and arrogance. Unless it comes out that he had direct knowledge of Bernie Fine's lifestyle, he should keep his jobs with Syracuse and the U.S. Olympic team. Boeheim's initial condescending reaction to allegations against Fine runs consistent with the holier-than-thou attitude of many major college coaches, but he since has apologized for those remarks.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said the officials missed a foul committed by Syracuse against Terps swingman Nick Faust with Syracuse leading by one point and seven seconds remaining  in the Orange's 57-55 victory on Monday night. But Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said it is his team - not Maryland -- that earned the right to  gripe about missed foul calls. “Well first of all, let me just tell you this,” Boeheim said. “They shot 27 free throws. If anybody is going to complain about the officiating, I'm going to complain.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | February 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Gary Williams has never been big on reaching milestones. Round numbers, such as his impending 600th career victory, are not as relevant to the Maryland basketball coach as his players running the offense to perfection or bringing the same kind of passion to defense that Williams shows on the sideline. Maryland@Boston College Tonight, 7, ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Records: Maryland (14-8, 4-3 ACC); Boston College (12-8, 3-4 ACC) Line: Boston College by 1 Big winners Active coaches with 600 wins: Coach .....
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March 16, 2007
It took a while, but the NCAA tournament got its first big upset last night, and it was one that Maryland fans could savor: No. 6 seed Duke lost to No. 11 seed Virginia Commonwealth, 79-77, in a West Regional first-round game in Buffalo, N.Y. Eric Maynor hit a 15-foot jumper with 1.8 seconds left to win it for the Rams of the Colonial Athletic Association. Duke lost a first-round game for the first time since 1996. Article, PG 9F Cardinal collapse When coaches (mainly Syracuse's Jim Boeheim)
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December 16, 2009
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim sat at the postgame interview table, his right hand massaging his furrowed brow, as always trying not to sound too optimistic about his good fortune. "Of all the problems you can have in the world, we don't have a lot right now," Boeheim said after last week's 12-point win over then-No. 10 Florida. "We'll probably encounter some problems, but right now we don't have a lot." Unranked and not on the radar of most preseason prognosticators, Syracuse has stormed into the national spotlight with a stunning run of early-season success.
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By DAVID STEELE | March 13, 2007
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim (above) just completed his 1,000th broadcast interview since the NCAA field was unveiled, on ESPN's Cold Pizza. Two thoughts emerged from it: 1) No one will ever call Cold Pizza the sports ver sion of 60 Minutes. The network has done an amazing job of pro viding Boeheim a shoulder to cry on the past 16 hours or so, and this interview was probably the worst example. I walked away when the host tried to tie who was on the selection committee from the ACC, and not on from the Big East, with Virginia getting a high seed and the 'Cuse getting left out. Hey, if you're going to openly question a college athletic administrator's integrity, do it to him and not to the whining coach who just lost some recruiting lev erage.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said the officials missed a foul committed by Syracuse against Terps swingman Nick Faust with Syracuse leading by one point and seven seconds remaining  in the Orange's 57-55 victory on Monday night. But Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said it is his team - not Maryland -- that earned the right to  gripe about missed foul calls. “Well first of all, let me just tell you this,” Boeheim said. “They shot 27 free throws. If anybody is going to complain about the officiating, I'm going to complain.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
Welcome to a second season of Morning Shootaround. We will follow the Terps throughout the 2013-14 season, but this year in this space we will provide a look ahead rather than looking back. We will try to analyze Maryland's strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of its upcoming opponent. We also hope to provide quotes and anecdotes from practices to give some idea of what Mark Turgeon and his team are doing. Here are a few things to look for as the Terps get ready to play No. 1 (but not for much longer)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
Considering the pedigree of their respective programs, it is no surprise that No. 2 Syracuse and No. 20 Pittsburgh have made nearly flawless transitions from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Orange won a national championship with freshman Baltimore product Carmelo Anthony in 2003 and have played in four Final Fours under Hall-of-Fame coach Jim Boeheim, most recently last season. The Panthers, with one of the toughest homecourts in the country, were the Big East's winningest team over the past 10 years with Jamie Dixon as their coach.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2013
Fundraising events can make for strange bedfellows, particularly when it comes to politics. But more than a few heads were turned, eyebrows were raised and stomachs were -- well, you get the picture -- when it was announced that former longtime rivals and now retired college basketball coaches Gary Williams and Jim Calhoun would be part of the same "Lunch with Legends" in New York City. In town for a game Friday night between their two former teams at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., Williams and Calhoun broke only bread during a luncheon hosted by the Terrapin Club. Williams and Calhoun seem to have buried the proverbial hatchet in their well-publicized feud that flared up nearly a decade ago when the Terps and Huskies were both recruiting former Archbishop Spalding star Rudy Gay, who eventually chose Connecticut.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2012
The scrutiny surrounding the Syracuse basketball team has been there for months, starting with the allegations of sexual abuse by former longtime assistant Bernie Fine and, more recently, with accusations that Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim used players for the past decade who had failed drug tests. Then, center Fab Melo was declared academically ineligible prior to the NCAA tournament. In the midst of the circus that followed the Orange to Pittsburgh last weekend and will accompany Boeheim's team to Boston later this week, the perplexing shooting slump of sophomore forward C.J. Fair has barely registered.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
Syracuse was the second of the four No. 2 seeds to lose to a No. 15 seed in the NCAA tournament , when the Orange was beaten by Richmond in 1991 at Cole Field House. On Thursday, Jim Boeheim's team nearly became the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed, surviving with a closer-than-it-looks 72-65 win overNorth Carolina-Ashevilleat Consol Energy Center. The Bulldogs - as well a large majority of the crowd - felt a few calls helped Syracuse sneak through to the second round Saturday against Kansas State.
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December 4, 2011
What has he done wrong? K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Jim Boeheim's only crime thus far is one of ignorance — and arrogance. Unless it comes out that he had direct knowledge of Bernie Fine's lifestyle, he should keep his jobs with Syracuse and the U.S. Olympic team. Boeheim's initial condescending reaction to allegations against Fine runs consistent with the holier-than-thou attitude of many major college coaches, but he since has apologized for those remarks.
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November 28, 2011
What is Boeheim's role? Mike Anthony Hartford Courant Any damage to Syracuse, or more specifically its basketball program, will come down to whether head coach Jim Boeheim faces any fallout. Assistant coach Bernie Fine is out. Good. The program can move on without much of a hiccup, assuming this is where it ends. But if the legendary Boeheim is found to have overlooked something he should not have, if his career ends with the same ignominy as that of Joe Paterno, well, what's the first thing one will think of at the mention of Syracuse basketball?
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
Syracuse was the second of the four No. 2 seeds to lose to a No. 15 seed in the NCAA tournament , when the Orange was beaten by Richmond in 1991 at Cole Field House. On Thursday, Jim Boeheim's team nearly became the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed, surviving with a closer-than-it-looks 72-65 win overNorth Carolina-Ashevilleat Consol Energy Center. The Bulldogs - as well a large majority of the crowd - felt a few calls helped Syracuse sneak through to the second round Saturday against Kansas State.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2000
It was billed as a "special day" at the beginning of the news conference, and Loyola athletic director Joe Boylan compared it to D-Day. "I have total confidence," the school's president, Rev. Harold Ridley said as he introduced one of his former LeMoyne College students, Scott Hicks, as head men's basketball coach yesterday. "I'm as confident about this judgment by Loyola College athletics as I have ever been in any decision that we've made before." Of course, the word special has long since lost its application to announcements of new men's basketball coaches at the North Baltimore school.
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December 16, 2009
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim sat at the postgame interview table, his right hand massaging his furrowed brow, as always trying not to sound too optimistic about his good fortune. "Of all the problems you can have in the world, we don't have a lot right now," Boeheim said after last week's 12-point win over then-No. 10 Florida. "We'll probably encounter some problems, but right now we don't have a lot." Unranked and not on the radar of most preseason prognosticators, Syracuse has stormed into the national spotlight with a stunning run of early-season success.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | February 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Gary Williams has never been big on reaching milestones. Round numbers, such as his impending 600th career victory, are not as relevant to the Maryland basketball coach as his players running the offense to perfection or bringing the same kind of passion to defense that Williams shows on the sideline. Maryland@Boston College Tonight, 7, ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Records: Maryland (14-8, 4-3 ACC); Boston College (12-8, 3-4 ACC) Line: Boston College by 1 Big winners Active coaches with 600 wins: Coach .....
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