Jim Boeheim's winning approach
Syracuse coach finds satisfaction in return trip to Final Four
After 37 years in a profession where the spotlight never dims and the pressure never diminishes, Jim Boeheim has learned how to walk a critical tightrope well.
He isn't afraid to let people know how he feels, but he's careful not to feel too much in public. Anger comes in quick verbal jabs or curt responses, happiness and giddy joy dispensed only on rare and deserving occasions.
To outsiders, he can come across as either indifferent or petulant, or ...
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