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    Syracuse Coach Faces Another Big Test Politics Nation Now Politics Now Top of the Ticket Science Science Now Obituaries World World Now Afghanistan war Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Business Money Co. Top of the Ticket Readers' Rep Shop Daily Deals Travel Offers Weekly Circulars Offers Deals Sports Gear LA Times Product See More Holiday Holiday Recipes Cookie Bake Off Your Travel Videos Donate Member Center Alerts Newsletters Jobs Cars Real Estate Rentals Weekly Circulars Local Directory Place Ad Boeheim, a sideline swiper who considers himself "argumentative," said he has made a concerted effort to get off officials' backs, coach outlet store to the point that he cannot recall a technical foul called against him all season. He believes he has mellowed. He can't imagine flinging a chair again, as he did at a press conference after the 1984 Big East final at Madison Square Garden, where Georgetown's Michael Graham was allowed back in the game by an officiating crew that changed its mind after having ejected him. "When I do get a technical, it's usually intentional, to wake up the team or wake up an official, even if it doesn't look that way," he said. "Most of what I get in life, I earn. When I get a speeding ticket, I never tell the cop I wasn't speeding. I say, 'You're right. I did it.' I coach outlet woodbury commons probably haven't got a lot of T's that I deserved to get." Although this is a coach who looks anything but tough, his players would argue that appearances are deceiving. Rony Seikaly, the 6 foot 10 inch center who scored a career high 33 points Thursday, has spent the last three years listening to coach outlet shop Boeheim's screams, and Boeheim got so frustrated trying to teach the foreign born Seikaly the game that eventually he turned him over to assistant coach Bernie Fine and let him have the headaches. "Rony came in having trouble walking and chewing gum at the same time. He finally got \o7 that\f7 down this season," Boeheim said Friday, not quite as harshly as it sounds. "Gene Keady (of Purdue) is he a bad coach? What's his NCAA record now, 2 6? Does that make him a lousy coach?" Boeheim asked rhetorically. "John Wooden was 4 9 in his first 13 NCAA games, I think. Was he a bad coach? "You do get to be sensitive about the things people say about you. coach factory outlet mall At least I do. I just wish they didn't say I was a \o7 bad \f7 coach. Maybe they could just say, coach outlet stores online shopping 'Well, he's not a good coach, but he's not a bad coach.' Would that be OK?" coach premium outlet
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