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Latest Jim Boeheim Items
Jim Boeheim and Syracuse remained perfect in Maui. C.J. Fair scored 14 of his 24 points in the second half and No. 8 Syracuse beat No. 18 Baylor 74-67 on Wednesday night for the title.
Tune into any college basketball game over the opening weekend and one thing was clear: there were plenty of whistles.
He and the Orange have officially walked away from the Big East — and those heated rivalries — and entered the Atlantic Coast Conference, where Duke will become the new Georgetown on the schedule.
The Blue Devils earned 50 of 54 first-place votes from media members Wednesday. Syracuse — which joins the ACC along with Pittsburgh and Notre Dame from the now-defunct Big East — was picked second and earned three first-place votes, while North Carolina was picked third and earned the last one.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is now a 15-team league _ and it might just stay that way for a while.
The ACC does have one more lineup change scheduled for next year, when Maryland leaves for the Big Ten and Louisville joins.
Two former Syracuse University basketball ball boys have asked a judge to reinstate their slander lawsuit against the school and head coach Jim Boeheim over comments the Hall of Famer made following the firing of his longtime assistant amid a sex abuse scandal.
Geno Auriemma has never lost an NCAA championship game.
As coaches go, Michigan's John Beilein is easy to miss.