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Legendary coach deserves no one’s pardon for his unforgiveable misconduct.
It's that time of year, again.
The Syracuse University situation seems worse than the Penn State because as the head coach Jim Boeheim may have overlooked some obvious concerns when it came to associate head coach Bernie Fine and two former Syracuse ball boys.
Two former Syracuse ball boys have sued the university and head basketball coach Jim Boeheim for defamation. Boeheim had accused the pair of lying after they charged former assistant coach Bernie Fine of molesting them.
Bernie Fine, the longtime associate head basketball coach at Syracuse University, has been put on administrative leave after allegations surfaced that he sexually molested the team’s ball boy in the 1980s and 1990s.
Syracuse University fired men's basketball associate head coach Bernie Fine amid child molestation claims Sunday evening.
A New York State district attorney says that while the two victims of Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine’s alleged molestation crimes are credible, no charges will be brought because the statute of limitations has passed.