Albany/HV: Orange handle Colgate in first game since Bernie Fine allegations
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Taking the court for the first time since associate head coach Bernie Fine was accused of child molestation, the No. 5 Orange easily handled the Colgate Raiders, 92-47.
The seat beside Jim Boeheim was left vacant for the game in tribute to Fine. Dion Waiters scored a team-high 16 points. The Orange are next in action Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden against Virginia Tech in the NIT Tip-off Tournament.