This week's Sports Illustrated takes a break from Linsanity to look at Upstate New York's most successful organization, currently 26-1. Michael Rosenberg covers everything from Melo to Bernie, so read the whole thing.
From Coach Jim Boeheim:
Within the construct of the games, Boeheim is in complete control. Most college coaches call timeout, then huddle with their assistants to talk strategy before addressing the players. Boeheim leaves his assistants' brains unpicked.
"My job is to coach the game," he says. "To press if we're going to press, or change our zone, or trap in our zone, or which plays we're going to run, or who we're going to go to. That's my job. I've been doing this 36 years. Why would I want an assistant telling me what plays to run?"Unpicked, indeed. Keep up the good work.