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Boeheim Exchanges Heated Words With CBS' Doyel Following Loss
Published April 7, 2013
Doyel writes in a postgame column about the exchange, “It was an awkward press conference, and up to a point that’s my fault. ... My timing was bad." Boeheim later during the press conference said, “I don’t mean to be personal on anybody. Anybody that asked that question, I would have been upset.” Boeheim then said to Doyel, “I’m sorry. I apologize. It wasn’t you” (CBSSPORTS.com, 3/7). Doyel today tweeted, ""My goal wasn't to ask Boeheim that FIRST. Hand raised like everyone else. They called me first. Knew it would be bad."