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Syracuse Head Coach Jim Boeheim Asked to Retire


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Here’s a screenshot of what Syracuse University’s official twitter had to say. (Photo from Geoff Herbert)

A source close to DYST Now is reporting that Syracuse director of Athletics, Dr. Daryl Gross is expected to meet with the NCAA about possible NCAA violations from last year’s team.

Syracuse head coach, Jim Boeheim as a result has also been asked to retire.

Syracuse will host DePaul at 6:00 pm Wednesday on the Orange’s senior night. The Orange are currently ranked 17th in the country and are 22-7.

As far as what the violations may be, DYST Now has yet to know. Though, there’s speculation that they’re drug related.

We’ll have update you more as more of this story comes out.

Then after Syracuse beat DePaul on senior night, 78-57, Syracuse University’s official twitter had this to say:

“Did I just watch Jim Boeheim’s last game in the Carrier Dome? One source says yes.” Then the University linked our story.

 

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Mike, started Did You See That?! back in the summer of 2010 when he was a junior at Liverpool High School. The company originally was just a newspaper however, as time progressed, Mike decided to start a website naming it DYSTNow.com. Mike has also done writing for the Bleacher Report, Fansided.com, which he started the blog "Inside The Loud House" there, the City Eagle, Eagle Star-Review, Clay Insider, and the Life Guard. Mike has been fortunate enough to interview several famous people/players such as famous broadcaster, Bob Costas, the first African American NBA player, Earl Lloyd, NFL player, Chandler Jones, as well as many more professional and collegiate athletes. Mike is currently a Broadcast Journalism major at Onondaga Community College.


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