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Former Syracuse assistant Bernie Fine hired as consultant to Israeli team

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More than seven months after he was fired from Syracuse over allegations of sexual molestation, Bernie Fine has found work. In a statement released Thursday, Maccabi Haifa of the Israeli Basketball Super League announced the hiring of the former Syracuse assistant, who is to be brought on as a consultant. According to the release, Fine [more]

Bernie Fine accusers Tomaselli, Lang back in the news

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Zach Tomaselli is changing his story again. Just five days after he announced to the world that everything he said in regards to Bernie Fine was lie, that he “has never met Bernie Fine” in his life and that it “was all a game” to him, Tomaselli released a statement saying that all of that [more]

Zach Tomaselli reportedly admits lying, and ‘never met Bernie Fine in my life’


A day after being sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a boy in Maine, Zach Tomaselli admitted he lied about his role in the Bernie Fine sexually molestation case. Tomaselli, 23, told Michael Benny of that he “never met Bernie Fine in my life” and fabricated his role in the allegations [more]

How much of a distraction will the lawsuit against Jim Boeheim be?

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It seems like Jim Boeheim is going to regret his initial reaction to the molestation allegations against former Syracuse assistant Bernie Fine for a long time. If you’ve forgotten, when two former Syracuse ball boys — Bobby Davis and Mike Lang — first accused Fine of molesting them, Boeheim came out and, more or less, [more]

Bernie Fine accuser sentenced to 3 years in prison for sex crime

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Zach Tomaselli, one of the men who accused former Syracuse assistant Bernie Fine of sexual abuse, has been sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a boy in Maine. The 23-year-old Tomaselli pleaded guilty in December as part of a deal with prosecutors and was sentenced on Wednesday in Auburn, Maine. In addition [more]

Already a heck of a story, Syracuse’s arc could become stuff of legends

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Both on and off the court, Syracuse University’s 2011-2012 basketball season has been overwhelming. From the firing of a long-time assistant head coach due to child molestation allegations, to possible mishandling of players testing positive for drugs, the off court stuff has paved a tumultuous road for this current roster. They’ve been implicated of nothing [more]