While he's always directing snark our way, his recent power rankings make it the focal point. The worst this time around: a fictional quote from Boeheim:
"Postseason wins are cheap," he used to always say after getting upset in the NCAA tournament. "I decided to win a national title in 2003 just to see how it felt, and frankly, it felt kinda dirty. It felt like I was cheating. Like I was padding my stats. In that moment, standing on that podium with the confetti falling, I made a vow to myself that I'd never repeat my mistake. I'd earn my wins in the regular season like a real man. But every year in the tourney, my players go out and screw everything up by winning a couple games. Luckily, though, they can only get so far and we typically get bounced from the tournament before doing any real damage. So know that while I'm not proud of these postseason wins, at least I have a good excuse for them, unlike Coach K and his Uncle Bobby."