Monday's ACC Coaches Teleconference got off to a very Jim Boeheim start for Jim Boeheim.
Major ACC teleconference tech issues today. Jim Boeheim joins the call. Operator says, "Go ahead please." Boeheim: "Go ahead what?"— Jeff Greer (@jeffgreer_cj) January 25, 2016
On Notre Dame:
"Well I think they’re a very good offense team, I think they can score. They score against anybody, they put points up, they can shoot it, they can score inside. I think they’re a really well-balanced team and I think that’s pretty much what people thought coming into the year. They’ve got the inside and outside attack and it’s very consistent and they’ve played very well in the league."
On SU's ability to limit fast break points:
"We always want to get back. I think one of the things about fast break is that bad turnovers lead to fast breaks, and we haven’t done that. Our turnovers have not been turnovers that can get people out on the break. I think that’s one thing.
"Our guards, our perimeter people do get back … Tyler Roberson is a really good offensive rebounder, our other perimeter guys get back well. We need to get back and get our defense set, that’s important and we’ve done a good job of that. That’s very important."
On the tough upcoming schedule:
"Well there’s no question about it. We knew it would be a tough start to the conference season with the schedule the way it was, and the teams that are there. They’re all really good teams, I thought that this next stretch of games would obviously be crucial and I think whatever our record was, this stretch of game it was always going to be crucial."
We already know that Mike Brey thinks Demetrious Jackson won't play on Thursday but the Irish coach also dropped the following nugget about Trevor Cooney...
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey says Trevor Cooney is the designated Irish-killer. "Has he missed a shot against us the past two years?"— chris carlson (@ccarlsononSU) January 25, 2016
To which Syracuse fans replied...
He went 1-6 from deep against you last year, Mike. https://t.co/Q6IrqvCMwP— Brian Goodman (@BSGoodman) January 25, 2016