Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, after Saturday's tough loss to Pittsburgh, addressed the media in classic 'Boeheim' form during the post game press conference.

Boeheim, who said his team played 'as well as they have all season' would continue to play hard, despite the self imposed post-season ban announced by the University earlier this week.

When one reporter asked if Boeheim thought people would question the 'cleanliness' of his program following the second post season ban in program history, the longtime Syracuse coach seemed to shrug it off.

"I'm not going to talk about the NCAA investigation," Boeheim said as he went on to another question.  However, the sport's second winningest coach came back to the reporter's question.

"I don't give a -bleep- what they think," said Boeheim, concerning the reporter's previous question.

Watch the video below from Syracuse.com. (Clip contains profanity)

Syracuse fell to Pittsburgh on Saturday 82-77 after leading through most of the game.

The Orange play at Boston College on Wednesday at 7 and then face Duke at the Dome on Saturday night.  Six of the Orange's final eight games this season are against AP ranked Top 20 teams.

Wednesday's announcement of a self imposed post-season ban will prevent Syracuse from playing in the NCAA tournament, the NIT tourney and the ACC tournament.  Syracuse's last game of the season will be March 8th at North Carolina State.