Syracuse Edges UNC Asheville: Bomani Jones Breaks Down The Close Win

Zone is for cowards. Bomani Jones would like to remind you, in the wake of Syracuse's close win over UNC Asheville, that zone is for cowards. With a significant physical advantage over Asheville, Syracuse stuck with its zone, which isn't surprising. The results, however, were.

Jones and Dan Rubenstein break down the Orange's narrow miss, the questionable calls and, of course, the zone on our YouTube Channel. Also, is Syracuse out of gas after a difficult, emotional season? How will the Orange bounce back after being pushed to the limit on Thursday? And will Syracuse's zone be the death of its tournament hopes, either in the next round against Kansas State or shortly thereafter?

All that and more in the video after the jump.

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