Disgraced coach puts his home up for sale

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Disgraced coach puts his home up for sale

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -- Former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine has put his house on the market for 549,900. Syracuse fired Fine in November amid allegations he sexually molested two former ball boys. Federal agents searched Fine's property and removed several filing cabinets from the house after Fine was fired. Fine has denied any wrongdoing and no charges have been filed. A federal investigation is continuing. The home is located on a dead-end street in an upscale neighborhood in suburban DeWitt. The Fines have lived there since 2001. Head coach Jim Boeheim (BAY'-hym) and his family live across the street. The listing says there are no scheduled open houses, but interested buyers may request a private showing.

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