Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim acknowledged Wednesday that he went overboard during the final seconds of the Orange's loss at Duke last Saturday when he stormed onto the court to complain about a call.

Boeheim was ejected after receiving two technical fouls when Syracuse's C.J. Fair was whistled for charging while going to the basket for a layup with the Orange trailing by two with 10.4 seconds remaining.

"There's no question, I went too far," Boeheim said on ESPN. "In my mind, the game was over. That was really the call that got to me.

"Would you rather not do that? Probably. But when you're in the middle of that moment and you're involved in a game like that and you feel that the game is gone because of this play, you lose control of your emotions."

Boeheim does not think the two technicals cost his team a chance for a come-from-behind victory.

"I would say that's a mathematical impossibility that we'd win the game, down four," Boeheim said. "But you can make a case: Their ball, you steal it and you could tie the game. ... Absolutely. I'll have to live with that one."

He admitted again in an interview on the Dan Patrick Show that he believed the officials made a bad call but that he protested too much.

"It wasn't really right, I made a mistake," Boeheim said. "I really thought the game was over on that play and I just thought it was the wrong call. You get emotional and you get kinda crazy. I coulda taken the one T and gone back, but at that point it didn't matter. I was thoroughly upset.

"It's just one of those moments you kind of regret a little bit. I'm not so sure I entirely regret it, but you have to move on."