Syracuse scandal: Jim Boeheim answers questions, isn't worried about his job
By Lauren Long Dozens of reporters and camera crews crowded in front of the podium to hear from Jim Boeheim following the game against Eastern Michigan Tuesday, November 29, 011.
In the first game since longtime assistant Bernie Fine was fired by the university, Syracuse overwhelmed Eastern Michigan, 84-48, somewhat reinforcing embattled head coach Jim Boeheim's refrain that
Syracuse University Chancellor Nancy Cantor gave men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim a vote of confidence Tuesday amid an investigation of child molestation allegations against his former longtime assistant coach.
By Cindy Boren Jim Boeheim answered questions — there were a lot of those — Tuesday night. (Kevin Rivoli / AP) Syracuse University was scheduled to play a basketball game Tuesday night, meaning that afterward, Coach Jim Boeheim would be addressing
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim said Tuesday that "what happened on my watch" will be revealed once police complete their inquiry into child molestation accusations against his former longtime assistant Bernie Fine. (Nov.