That's an unfair way to describe one of the top coaches in the league, who is leading the #1 team in the country.
I'd feel terrible about describing Boeheim that way, if it weren't already clear that one of his top assistants was involved in some dirty shit.
But forget all of that--the #1 team in the country has beaten one team, one team in #10 Florida (at Syracuse). The rest of their wins almost read as a joke of how a team can stay unbeaten--Fordham, Manhattan, Albany, Colgate, VA Tech, Stanford (those last two in Madison Square Garden, where in the record book it will go down as a "neutral site", but we all know better, yeah?). Followed by wins over East Michigan, Marshall, and George Washington.
Meanwhile, real #1's have fallen because they have played each other. Ohio State lost to #13 Kansas, at least in part because they were without their best player. Prior to that, they had beaten Florida, just like Syracuse did, and absolutely destroyed Duke.
Kentucky has beaten UNC and Kansas, and their only loss was because of a miracle 3-pointer in Indiana. The message is clear. Beating shitty teams is worth more than losing to very very good teams.
Yeah, sure, Syracuse is #1 right now. But anyone with two eyeballs and a sense of history knows what it coming--Kentucky and Ohio State and North Carolina all have more NBA ready players than Syracuse, and more quality wins (and equally important, quality losses--though UNC needs to do some work to wash out that UNLV loss, no offense to