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Jim Boeheim notches 903rd win, now has second most all-time in men's game

Jim Boeheim Jim Boeheim has won the second-most NCAA games of all time. (Mike Stobe, Getty Images)

Jim Boeheim added another accolade to his impressive coaching career tonight, with the Orange's head coach capturing his 903rd career victory as a coach. Boeheim passed Bobby Knight with his team's win over Rutgers, and now trails only Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewsky on the NCAA's all-time wins list in men's basketball.

Boeheim has amassed every single one of those 903 wins with the Syracuse Orange, which is also his alma mater. Boeheim has had the men's basketball head coaching job in Syracuse since 1976.

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