A Candid Autobiography by SU's Coaching Legend
Jim Boeheim walked onto the Syracuse campus as a freshman in 1963 . . . and never walked off. A man who has been written off at various stages of his career and criticized for being disagreeable, Boeheim has experienced it all. BLEEDING ORANGE is a reflection on his life, his teachers, and the game he loves. Bring a copy to your shelf by clicking the title.

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