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Suspended Jim Boeheim discusses 3-point shooting, Mike Hopkins and more on radio show

first_imgOn Tyler Roberson:“He got off-kilter. He’s not a great free-throw shooter, but he’s certainly not the kind of free-throw shooter based on that game (1-of-8 vs. St. John’s). I don’t know what happened. But he just, to me, he just didn’t play with confidence that you have to play with. He looked like he was going to miss it when he went to the free-throw line. He just didn’t look like he was confident. They basically were not guarding him too much. They were helping on the guards and Mike (Gbinije) and Trevor (Cooney). And he should score in those situations. That should be a big game for him.”On using the press:“We’ve pressed a little bit this year. But we’ve don’t got a lot of depth and that guy on the back line, Tyler Lydon, you’d like to have a shot-blocker back there. And he’s really not that kind of player. And you certainly don’t want people tagging him and getting him in foul trouble because we need him in the game. It’s hard to press. There’s not much pressing left in college basketball. Teams handle the ball pretty well and they can attack your pressure. If you to use it, we practice it all the time, so we have it. It’s not something we can count on in college basketball.” Sam Maller | Staff Photographer Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim appeared on his weekly radio show on TK99 on Thursday night at Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse. He is currently serving an NCAA-sanctioned nine-game suspension in which he cannot speak with anyone on the Orange (7-3). It was originally scheduled for only conference games, but was moved up to nonconference games after his appeal and is still suspended for six more games. He can still go on his radio show, however, and on Thursday he spoke about a number of topics, including the state of his team, the role of interim head coach Mike Hopkins and the recently retired Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan.On 3-point shooting:“We have to shoot the ball. I laugh a little bit, I hear things and moving around and everything when you’re not working. Nobody was worried about us taking 3-point shots when we made them. Now that we miss them, they don’t want us to take them anymore. If we had an alternative to go to, then OK, let’s go and do this or that. We don’t have that alternative. We don’t have anybody that can score inside.”On Mike Hopkins:“He is a tremendous coach. He’s not coaching his team. He’s coaching my team. They’re used to my words and how I coach. When he has his own team and has four to five weeks to get them prepared, they’ll get used to his voice. Two days, they’re not going to get used to him. It makes it difficult for anyone to try and take over somebody else’s team. I don’t think it’s easier or in some cases possible to do.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“A dog herds sheep. You take that dog out of there and put a new dog in there and even if it’s a good dog, those sheep aren’t used to that dog.” On Bo Ryan’s retirement:“He was going to retire at the end of the year, and I think that’s always tough to do when you’re in the middle of it. I think he wanted to have his assistant to have a chance to coach. He’s been with him forever at two different schools. I don’t think the athletic director was giving the assistant the job so he figured this way the assistant would get to coach the rest of this year and prove what he could do. Something like what Kevin Ollie did and Kevin proved himself and got the job at Connecticut. And I think that’s what the hope is at Wisconsin. Bo Ryan did an incredible job taking that program to where they’ve never been.” Commentscenter_img Related Stories Syracuse basketball roundtable: Backup point guard, rebounding trouble and Mike HopkinsSchneidman: Why Tyler Lydon should be used moreDougherty: Syracuse, more than most teams, can’t afford to fall behind Sam Maller | Staff Photographer Published on December 17, 2015 at 9:20 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more

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Beat writers unanimously pick UNC over Syracuse in season-opener

first_imgThe Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.Syracuse football opens its season Saturday at North Carolina after an offseason that included only three days of spring practice and players sitting out of multiple August practices. Here’s what our football beat writers predict will happen Saturday in Chapel Hill:Betting line: North Carolina is 22-point favorites over the Orange with a total of 63 points.Anthony DabbundoAdvertisementThis is placeholder textAchilles’ heelNorth Carolina 41, Syracuse 16The Tar Heels are projected to be the third-best team in the 2020 iteration of the ACC, behind only Notre Dame and Clemson. The schedule makers did SU no favors scheduling a road trip against the conference’s second-best quarterback, Sam Howell. The Orange’s new 3-3-5 defense will struggle against a Tar Heels offense that finished second last year’s ACC passing success rate. My real concerns lie with SU’s offense, which will be starting converted fullback and tight end Chris Elmore at left guard and will be without its top two running backs, Abdul Adams and Jarveon Howard. Without being able to protect DeVito or run block, the Orange won’t be able to keep up with Howell.Danny EmermanSo there really wasn’t a chanceNorth Carolina 52, Syracuse 24In his press conference leading up to Syracuse’s season opener, Dino Babers quoted the “Dumb and Dumber” line, “So you’re saying there’s a chance?” Just like Mary ultimately rejects Jim Carrey’s character, UNC will take care of Syracuse on Saturday. If Syracuse were to hang with the Tar Heels, they’d need to pressure sophomore phenom quarterback Howell, come up with a few turnovers and ride a career game from DeVito. I actually think Syracuse will be able to move the ball, but the likelihood of all those three things happening are, as Babers said, razor thin.  MORE COVERAGE: Opponent Preview: What you need to know about North CarolinaBeat writer Q&A: The Daily Tar Heel’s Ryan Wilcox breaks down Syracuse-UNC Comments Adam HillmanPummeledNorth Carolina 48, Syracuse 10This is not the game for Syracuse to unveil a new defense. With missing pieces all across the roster, a limited offseason to implement schemes on the field and multiple stoppages in practice, SU didn’t have the luxury of a full offseason to completely grasp the nuances of defensive coordinator Tony White’s 3-3-5. On the other side of the ball is UNC, an offense with Heisman-hopeful Howell, star tailbacks Michael Carter and Javonte Williams and two deep threats in Dazz Newsome and Dyami Brown. The Tar Heels will score early and often against the Orange, and I don’t expect the SU offense to be able to keep up. Published on September 8, 2020 at 11:45 pm Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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