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Syracuse Daily Links - Jim Boeheim Hates The Moon

"You know, I don't care if they play the [ACC] tournament on the moon." - Jim Boeheim

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Jim Boeheim: 'I don't care if the (ACC) tournament is on the moon' |

"You know, I don't care if they play the tournament on the moon," he said Sunday. "As long as they got a basketball court there, we're going to go play. All the other stuff is just a Northern, not-funny guy trying to make some humorous remarks that people tend to want to take the wrong way. I'm fine with it. I'm fine with the tournament wherever it is. It's just about the basketball. That's all it's about.

Syracuse basketball: Five years later, Eric Devendorf recalls the greatest shot that didn't count in Orange history |

Brent Axe caught up with Devendorf recently for a Q&A to discuss what is arguably the greatest shot not to count in Syracuse basketball history.

Donnie Foster turned down Ivy League to join Syracuse football as preferred walk-on |

"They said you have to go in and compete, and if I was to go in and win a job, then I'd be able to earn a scholarship," Foster said. "But they've given me an opportunity, and that's all I can ask for."

Syracuse forward C.J. Fair finds his rhythm against Florida State in second half |

"We saw right away he got it going. He had the hot hand," SU coach Jim Boeheim said. "When he gets it (going), we're going to get him the ball. He was real good. This was his best offensive game probably since Duke."

Syracuse 74, Florida State 58 — What we learned | The Juice Online

If you take out Cooney’s 9-for-12 performance against Notre Dame, Cooney is shooting just 33 for 122 from downtown in ACC play, or 27 percent. That includes Cooney’s 2 for 8 day against Florida State. I credit Cooney for continuing to try to shoot through his prolonged slump, but if the Orange want to make any kind of run in the NCAA tournament, Cooney needs to be shooting at least five percentage points higher.

2014 @ACCMBB Coaches All-ACC Freshmen Team Announced

Duke’s Jabari Parker, Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis, Virginia’s London Perrantes, Virginia Tech’s Devin Wilson and North Carolina’s Kennedy Meeks were named to the 2014 squad.

Syracuse fans: Can the ACC tourney experience live up to the Big East legend (and the Blarney Rock)? |

"There’s a lot of transplants from the north here in North Carolina, and we’re a big place for Patriots fans, and Red Sox, and Yankees, and Eagles, and even the Giants though I hate to admit it," said co-owner Chris Flathers. "So yes, we have a Syracuse flag, and we would be happy to have Syracuse fans consider this their place."

Jordan Brand Classic Teams Named |

From the New York/New Jersey area, Syracuse commit Chris McCullough of IMG Academy, Seton Hall signee Isaiah Whitehead of Brooklyn Lincoln and Kentucky commit Karl-Anthony Towns of St. Joe’s-Metuchen were all selected.