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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-21-2017 09:28 PM)cuseroc Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 08:34 PM)opossum Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:01 AM)ken d Wrote:  Could that actually lead to Boeheim's retirement? It would certainly blunt any negatives about playing for your father if things go south.

I think JB's unfortunately already announced his retirement next year, right?

I hope he stays longer and coaches his son to several national championships. It couldn't happen to a nicer family.

They do have a great family. Involved in a lot of humanitarian efforts. JB did announce his retirement which would be after this season. It was shortly after SU had sanctions placed on it from the NCAA. But a few months ago, he announced he was going to continue to coach until he feels he's ready to quit. It was just after his long time assistant, and coach in waiting, Mike Hopkins got tired of waiting and finally took a HC job elsewhere.

I hadn't heard about his change in plans, that's great news for Syracuse and for the ACC.
07-21-2017 11:47 PM
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-21-2017 11:47 PM)opossum Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:28 PM)cuseroc Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 08:34 PM)opossum Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:01 AM)ken d Wrote:  Could that actually lead to Boeheim's retirement? It would certainly blunt any negatives about playing for your father if things go south.

I think JB's unfortunately already announced his retirement next year, right?

I hope he stays longer and coaches his son to several national championships. It couldn't happen to a nicer family.

They do have a great family. Involved in a lot of humanitarian efforts. JB did announce his retirement which would be after this season. It was shortly after SU had sanctions placed on it from the NCAA. But a few months ago, he announced he was going to continue to coach until he feels he's ready to quit. It was just after his long time assistant, and coach in waiting, Mike Hopkins got tired of waiting and finally took a HC job elsewhere.

I hadn't heard about his change in plans, that's great news for Syracuse and for the ACC.

Pretty much it seems Jim will stay about 5-6 more years. I just hope we don't have a Bobby Bowden type thing. He'll be near 80 at retirement.

I could see All 4 HOFer coaches staying for 5-6 more years
07-22-2017 09:21 AM
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-22-2017 09:21 AM)TexanMark Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 11:47 PM)opossum Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:28 PM)cuseroc Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 08:34 PM)opossum Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:01 AM)ken d Wrote:  Could that actually lead to Boeheim's retirement? It would certainly blunt any negatives about playing for your father if things go south.

I think JB's unfortunately already announced his retirement next year, right?

I hope he stays longer and coaches his son to several national championships. It couldn't happen to a nicer family.

They do have a great family. Involved in a lot of humanitarian efforts. JB did announce his retirement which would be after this season. It was shortly after SU had sanctions placed on it from the NCAA. But a few months ago, he announced he was going to continue to coach until he feels he's ready to quit. It was just after his long time assistant, and coach in waiting, Mike Hopkins got tired of waiting and finally took a HC job elsewhere.

I hadn't heard about his change in plans, that's great news for Syracuse and for the ACC.

Pretty much it seems Jim will stay about 5-6 more years. I just hope we don't have a Bobby Bowden type thing. He'll be near 80 at retirement.

I could see All 4 HOFer coaches staying for 5-6 more years

I hope that Hop pans out, and will have ~6 years of experience under his belt when he takes over (he will 100% take over if he does well as a HC)
07-22-2017 09:30 AM
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-21-2017 09:38 AM)cuseroc Wrote:  It seems that JB wants to retire once he coaches his son. There have been a couple of instances where coaching your son had not worked out so well.

It is a double edged sword. People will say he is only being recruited because he is Boeheim's son...he only got in Syracuse because he is Boeheim's son, etc. It can cause a lot of resentment among players as well.

Playing for your father has to be like working for your father - difficult at best, disastrous at worst. He should at least consider playing for a different coach. Kind of 'making it on your own' scenario.
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-22-2017 10:45 AM)Wolfman Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:38 AM)cuseroc Wrote:  It seems that JB wants to retire once he coaches his son. There have been a couple of instances where coaching your son had not worked out so well.

It is a double edged sword. People will say he is only being recruited because he is Boeheim's son...he only got in Syracuse because he is Boeheim's son, etc. It can cause a lot of resentment among players as well.

Playing for your father has to be like working for your father - difficult at best, disastrous at worst. He should at least consider playing for a different coach. Kind of 'making it on your own' scenario.

In this case I dont think that will the case since there are other big time programs recuiting him. I agree that it can cause some issues with other players who may feel that the coaches son is taking away their minutes.
07-22-2017 11:58 AM
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
(07-22-2017 11:58 AM)cuseroc Wrote:  
(07-22-2017 10:45 AM)Wolfman Wrote:  
(07-21-2017 09:38 AM)cuseroc Wrote:  It seems that JB wants to retire once he coaches his son. There have been a couple of instances where coaching your son had not worked out so well.

It is a double edged sword. People will say he is only being recruited because he is Boeheim's son...he only got in Syracuse because he is Boeheim's son, etc. It can cause a lot of resentment among players as well.

Playing for your father has to be like working for your father - difficult at best, disastrous at worst. He should at least consider playing for a different coach. Kind of 'making it on your own' scenario.

In this case I dont think that will the case since there are other big time programs recuiting him. I agree that it can cause some issues with other players who may feel that the coaches son is taking away their minutes.

Buddy has a very close relationship to his Dad.

His older brother not so much. He is going to play for Cornell.

If Buddy plays he better hope they win...if not it will be an issue in the clubhouse.
07-22-2017 02:59 PM
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(07-21-2017 08:47 AM)cuseroc Wrote:  Kid is a lights out shooter. Surprised they would actually waste resources recruiting him, since his dad is the HC at Cuse.

Buddy Boeheim

Does Coach K have a son? I can't wait him playing for Coach K.
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
Just nominated for McDonald's game along with about 150 others. If you remember Andy Rautins from about 7 years ago...he should have that role.
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Congratulations to the young man.
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RE: Gonzaga, Georgetown, NC State and others Recruiting Jim Boeheim's Son Buddy
But if he came south to play where would Dad eat when he came to watch him play?
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