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Syracuse’s Boeheim reaches 900 plateau to join Krzyzewski & Knight; Orangemen beat Detroit, 72-68

Jim Boeheim (photo by Phil 5329, Carlos X via wikipedia commons)

Jim Boeheim, long-time head coach at Syracuse University, just keeps adding milestones to his long resume.

The latest is one that not even he could’ve imaged when he first took the job during the 1976-1977 season.

#3 Syracuse held on to beat the Detroit Titans 72-68 Monday night in the Gotham Classic, allowing the likeable Boeheim to become just the third Division I men’s basketball coach to reach 900 wins, joining Hall of Fame coaches Mike Krzyzewski and Bobby Knight.

The 68-year-old Boeheim, in his 37th year at his alma mater, has a record of 900-304, Krzyzewski has 936 wins and Knight ended his career at 902.

The Orangemen upped their record to 10-0 on the season as James Southerland scored 22 points to lead the team. Syracuse also increased its home winning streak to 30 games, which is currently longest in the nation.

Detroit dropped to 6-5 on the season.

(file photo)

In attendance last night was NBA Hall of Famer and Detroit mayor Dave Bing, who was the college roommate and teammate of Boeheim’s and another Hall of Famer, Roosevelt Bouie, a player from Boeheim’s very first team in 1976-77. All told, 17,902 fans at the Carrier Dome witnessed a historical college basketball event.

The university gave Boeheim a jersey encased in glass with the number 900 emblazoned on it.

 

 

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Marion-Franklin loses at Pickerington Central

GAME REPORT FROM STANLEY PACKETT

 

The best game in Columbus for Division II schools was City League South Division member Marion-Franklin visiting the Pickerington Central Tigers of the Ohio Capital Conference.

There’s talent on both team’s with Jaron Dukes and Corry Benson for the Red Devils.

Pickerington Central High School (file photo)

Taco Charlton and Greg Basalyga for the Tigers.

Central’s head coach Jay Sharrett graduated the largest senior class in school history last year after the team earned a Division 1 State title game berth.

Before a standing room only crowd, Central  beat the Red Devils, 45-24.

Both teams are 1-1 to start 2012.

Marion-Franklin, who has made the OHSAA playoffs eight straight years, could not stop turning the ball over with three turnovers.

The Red Devils had a tough time stopping Tigers WR Charlton who is 6’6.

Joe Alverson was the big, playmaker for the Red Devils. He caught a 10-yard TD pass; a 2-point conversion and on a 62-yead drivers.

 

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NCAA will allow coaches can text and call recruits

 

(By OCAL, courtesy Clker.com)

 

As of yesterday, June 15, Division I men’s coaches will be allowed to send unlimited texts and make unlimited calls to recruits who have completed their sophomore year of high school.

The NCAA will also allow coaches to send private messages to prospective players through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

(By wangming, courtesy Clker.com)

 

Info compiled from NCAA, Radio & TV news

 

Clipart courtesy of Clker.com

Univerity of Alabama golfer Thomas among five honored as 2012 Jack Nicklaus Award recipients

 

Justin Thomas from Alabama, Nova Southeastern’s Ben Taylor, Noah Ratner from Guilford,¬† Texas Wesleyan Nathan Anderson and Jimmy Kozikowski of South Mountain Community College have been named the 2012 Jack Nicklaus Award recipients as the Golf Coaches Association of American Collegiate Players of the Year. The Nicklaus Award recognizes the top players at Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA levels.

Jack Nicklaus at 2012 Memorial Tournament (megasportsnews.com photo)

Since 1988, the award for the GCAA Collegiate Players of the Year has been named after Jack Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at Ohio State University.

Thomas is the Division I Nicklaus Award receipient, was previously honored with the Phil Mickelson Award presented by the Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation as the nation’s outstanding freshman and was named a PING First-Team All-American selection.

A native of Goshen, Kentucky, Thomas got off to a quick start in his college career, claiming his first tournament the Carpet Capital Collegiate. He would go on to win three more times – the Puerto Rico Classic, SEC Men’s Golf Championship and NCAA Southeast Regional.

Justin Thomas (courtesy of Alabama athletics)

 

Info compiled from Golf Coaches Association of America

 

 

 

Coombs replaces Sheridan on Buckeyes football staff

 

Kerry Coombs (courtesy of UC athletics)

Kerry Coombs, the associate head football coach for the Cincinnati Bearcats, has been selected by Urban Meyer to replace Bill Sheridan, who left to go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and take over the job of defensive coordinator on February 16.

Coombs’ responsibilities at UC was to coordinate the pass defense and special teams. He spent five years with the Bearcats program under Brian Kelly and current head coach Butch Jones.

Coombs helped lead Cincinnati Colerain High School to the 2004 Division I Ohio football championship and four semifinal appearances.

 

Info compiled from U of Cincinnati, Radio & TV news

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