Jim Boeheim on Syracuse missing the NCAA Tournament & Duke’s tough road ahead | First Take

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Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim joins First Take to discuss why the Syracuse Orange were unable to make it to this year’s NCAA Tournament. He also discusses why the tournament will tough on Duke’s inexperienced freshman.

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