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Boeheim, Syracuse enjoying life in ACC


A little over a year ago to the day, Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim couldn't help himself. He rarely can. His sense of humor is as wry as they come, but the 69-year-old was -- and, arguably, still is -- Big East to the core. It was his team's last trip to Providence, where the Big East was founded in 1979. Syracuse was a charter member of the league (which was formed three years after Boeheim took over at Syracuse). (FOX Sports)


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