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Boeheim Sinks Critic; Host Axed By Syracuse Radio Station
Boeheim Sinks Critic; Host Axed By Syracuse Radio Station
Boeheim Sinks Critic; Host Axed By Syracuse Radio Station
ESPN Radio Syracuse host, Brent Axe had a big old target on his back, by openly criticizing former Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim. The basketball coach for decades has been one of the most powerful individuals in Central New York. Until Monday, Axe hosted the afternoon drive show in Syracuse, weekdays from 4pm to 6pm. That was until the power of Boeheim finally took the host down.
Why Did Syracuse Have To Force Boeheim To Leave?
Why Did Syracuse Have To Force Boeheim To Leave?
Why Did Syracuse Have To Force Boeheim To Leave?
'Thank you but we'll take it from here' was the message to a legendary college basketball coach with the second most collegiate wins ever. Jim Boeheim's 47-year coaching career put Syracuse basketball on the map. However, Boeheim's tenure wasn't without controversy, including its ending.
Former Syracuse & NBA Star Busted For Robbery
Former Syracuse & NBA Star Busted For Robbery
Former Syracuse & NBA Star Busted For Robbery
The story is as old as professional sports. Star athletes make it big one day but never plan for tomorrow. Then bad things happen after they can't play anymore and we hear about them in the media. Donte Greene, who played at Syracuse University during the 2007-08 season before leaving for four seasons in the NBA, has just been added to the list of sports figure tragedies.
Melo's Son Gets Offer To Continue Legacy At Syracuse
Melo's Son Gets Offer To Continue Legacy At Syracuse
Melo's Son Gets Offer To Continue Legacy At Syracuse
What a difference a year makes. Carmelo Anthony played for one season at Syracuse University. In that 2002-03 season, Melo averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds, leading head coach Jim Boeheim's team to their third National Championship. Melo left a few months later in the NBA draft as the 3rd overall pick of the Denver Nuggets. However, Anthony will always be on the Mount Rushmore of Syracuse basketball. Now his son may continue that Orange legacy.

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