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Have you ever been on a flight or a train with your dad, and realized he’s fallen asleep while you’re talking to him. Just sitting there, eyes shut, knee deep in REM as if he was in a bed, except he’s upright with his mouth open, head cocked back. Ya, Jim Boeheim can do that too. Photographic evidence after the jump.
No one likes being asked questions on national TV after a Final Four loss (SYR 56 – MICH 61). Especially when you know it could’ve been your last chance to win an NCAA title. Enter Jim Boeheim, your friend’s angry dad that is always yelling at him, in front of you, during mostly silent car rides to and from practice. “Mom, why can’t you take me, I don’t like Mr. Boeheim.” Video after the jump.
Jim Boeheim is no longer forging a reputation. He’s a dude coaching a successful and stable college basketball program and his only job is not to scare away parents of prospects. He doesn’t need to prove anything to anyone. So when he’s fist deep in his own nostril on national television during the Seton Hall-Syracuse game in the Big East Tournament, well he doesn’t care.
Jim Boeheim Hates Andy Katz Because Once Upon A Time Andy Katz Wouldn’t Stop Badgering Him About Bernie Fine
The internet wants to know why. Why Jim Boeheim lashed out at dick-bulging Andy Katz, why Boeheim was all of a sudden so razzled. It was rather confounding, the whiplash outburst. No rhyme, no reason. Just a guy being angry at another guy and a room full of people feeling uncomfortable.
One might have expected Jim Boeheim would be short-tempered – his Syracuse team had just suffered a disappointing 66-58 loss to unranked UConn – but he didn’t seem that way at all. Until ESPN’s Andy Katz asked a question. But did Katz actually deserve what he got?
In the wake of the Sandy Hook school massacre, there have been loud and numerous calls for tighter gun control laws in the U.S. Last night, Jim Boeheim joined the chorus.
Shortly after news broke that Jerry Sandusky had been sexually abusing boys for years, an ESPN investigation fueled accusations that Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine had committed similar crimes. A year later, the case is officially over.
Jim Boeheim’s not going quietly. This coming college basketball season will be Syracuse’s last in the Big East before it departs, along with Pitt, for the ACC. And he’s making the time he has left in the league count… by publicly torching his fellow Big East coaches. Boeheim’s target, specifically: Louisville’s Rick Pitino.
Jim Boeheim Can’t Address Your Social Media Questions Since He Doesn’t Even Own A Computer, Is A Geezer
Now probably isn’t the time to tell Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim that he has 300 followers on Twitter. Because not only does Boeheim not know what social media is, but he doesn’t even own a computer. Which, to be honest, seems a little strange.
When Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim vigorously defended his longtime assistant coach and friend Bernie Fine from allegations of child molestation – while harshly criticizing his accusers – it was clearly a risky move. Today brought the latest reason why.