According to the NCAA, a new point of emphasis this year will be a crackdown on coaching/bench decorum on the court.
Cursing or venturing onto the court could draw college basketball coaches a quick technical foul this season.And while that's all fine and dandy, I find it a little funny that the coach quoted in the article about the rule emphasis is none other than Jim Boeheim (though given his role as president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, he was probably forced to say something).
The NCAA is making bench decorum a point of emphasis for 2007-08 and warns coaches to expect a whistle without warning for a variety of unsportsmanlike actions.
You see Boeheim is not exactly one who holds "coaching decorum" in high regard. If you watched the above video or have been anywhere near the 'Cuse bench for a Syracuse game you are aware that Jimmy curses like a sailor. Having Boeheim speak about enforcing the new anti-cursing rule is like picking Quin Snyder to talk about a "no cocaine before games" rule.