FORDE MINUTES COACHING EDITION
It’s that time of year where coaches start to get unnaturally feisty. A long season begins to wear on the guys who put in the longest hours, worry the most and suffer the greatest when their teams lose. Of course, they’re also paid the most of anyone involved in the game and talk the loudest about being leaders of men, so there is a limit to the sympathy The Minutes feels.
Here are some examples from the past week as we reach the ragged edge of February dysfunction before diving head-long into (March) madness:
going off on Andy Katz. When: Feb. 13. Where: After a loss to Connecticut. What happened: When the ESPN college basketball reporter tried to ask the Syracuse coach a question in his postgame press conference, Boeheim shot him down in insulting fashion. Boeheim called Katz an “idiot” and a “disloyalJim Boeheim (1) Read More »from Coaching: Who's doing it right, who's doing it wrong and who's gone a bit crazy this season