Boston College has little time to celebrate Maryland win (The Boston Globe)
"We’ve got to do a better job on defense,’’ said middle linebacker Luke Kuechly, who again led the way with 12 tackles, an interception, and a pass breakup, but had help in several areas. "With six minutes [to go] in the game, we kind of took off. Next week, we have to play every play.’’
Glou. Catholic star Gaudreau fits in at B.C. (Courier-Post)
"To get that first goal was a great feeling," Gaudreau said. "Getting one this weekend was great, too. I’ve just got to keep it up."
ACC Legend: Stephen Boyd of Boston College (TheACC.com)
The moment is Boyd's contribution to ACC history. And while it seems somewhat vicarious, it hinted at the attributes that would make BC a member of the league a dozen years later. It also helps explain why ACC Legends come from all current institutions.
Northeastern hockey’s loss of Gaudreau is BC’s gain (The Boston Globe)
"I always noted that BC had small guys,’’ said Gaudreau, a native of Carneys Point, N.J. "Me and my brother, we’re both 5-8 and we felt it would be good to come to BC because coach [Jerry] York likes small players. When we came to campus, we loved it from the second we got on campus, so it was kind of a good fit.’’
Chicago White Sox: Terry Doyle's career starting to add up (chicagotribune.com)
"Every year I've always come into spring training knowing I have to have a good year," said Doyle, who has a 2.94 ERA in 75 minor league games. "When I was told I was coming (to the AFL), it was kind of a relief because it meant I was getting noticed. And now coming here I knew I had to put up good numbers, and luckily I've been able to do it."
Maryland stats wrap: Boston College (D1scourse)
EXPLOSIVE PLAYS YIELDED (12+ run,16+ pass --- 11) Q1: Finch 18 touchdown run Q1: Amidon 21 touchdown run Q2: Finch 19 run Q2: Williams 12 run Q2: Finch 15 run Q3: Finch 15 run Q3: Finch 12 run Q3: Amidon 13 run Q4: Finch 16 run Q4: Amidon 18 run Q4: Williams 22 run
No. 4/5 WIH Defeated by Maine, 5-2 (BCEagles.com)
The No. 4/5 Boston College women's ice hockey team was topped by Maine, 5-2, on Sunday afternoon at Kelley Rink. The Eagles (5-2-1, 2-1-1 Hockey East) lost their first league game this season to the Black Bears (6-4-0, 2-2-0 Hockey East), who received a hat trick from junior forward Brittany Dougherty.
No time to revel in win (BostonHerald.com)
"We knew this was going to happen, so we built it into our plan last week and accelerated ourselves. There is obviously some carryover from what we might have practiced that we can and can’t use."
Saturday's win a good sign for BC's future (The MetroWest Daily News)
"We've been practicing the same guys (on the offensive line) and they're inching forward," Spaziani said yesterday during his weekly conference call, referencing a lack of continuity early in the season due to injury. "Believe me, inching. They did do some nice things. They made improvements, and on face value they blocked who they had to block. We had less breakdowns, only one penalty for the second week in a row. We were able to be successful on the ground. It's encouraging, but it's a new challenge coming up."
Getting to know FSU’s Week 10 foe - Boston College (Chopping Block)
After completely dismantling N.C. State, the Seminoles have already begun turning their attention to Boston College for a Thursday night game on the road in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Temperatures are expected to be somewhat cooperative. Snow doesn’t appear to be in the forecast. This past weekend, a rare October snowstorm battered the Northeast, downing trees and power lines, holding millions in the dark for several days. Parts of Massachusetts saw up to two feet of snow.
Second Thoughts On The ACC Weekend, Oct. 31 (ACC Sports Journal)
Rolandan Finch anyone? I’d been impressed by the BC sophomore running back in his two previous starts, but 39 carries for 243 yards and two touchdowns? Wow. Finch is listed at 5-10, 209 pounds, but he seems shorter and heavier, built like a bowling ball. He showed a really nice blend of shiftiness and power against Maryland. So why wasn’t he getting more run earlier in the season? He did have two fumbles against the Terps. It didn’t hurt BC in this game, but Frank Spaziani seemed to hint afterward that maybe ball security problems were the reason why Finch hadn’t seen more playing time. By now though, you have to figure Finch’s pluses far outweigh any potential minuses.
ACC power rankings: Week 10 (ESPN ACC Blog)
11. Boston College (2-6, 1-4; LW: No. 12): The Eagles finally got their first ACC win, and snapped a three-game losing streak with a 28-17 win at Maryland. Rolandan Finch ran for 243 yards and two touchdowns. His performance helped offset the four turnovers. So did Maryland’s defense.
Tiffany Ruffin Gives The Inside Scoop About the Team (BCEagles.com)
Defense is going to determine a lot for us this season. We are learning to take more pride in what we can do on the defensive side of the ball, while letting our offense come to us naturally. All of the hard work is finally paying off. We caused 21 turnovers and have started to see the outcome of Coach (Tim) Eatman's defensive schemes.
No. 21 Women's Soccer Loses To No. 7 Wake Forest, 3-2 (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College women's soccer team fell short of a comeback as the Eagles lost 3-2 to No. 7 Wake Forest in front of 333 fans in the ACC Quarterfinal match at the Newton Soccer Field on Sunday afternoon.
Maryland Hits Bottom in Home Loss to Boston College (The Wiz of Odds)
The Eagles secured a 28-17 victory behind Rolandan Finch's 243 rushing yards, the most this season in an ACC game. Although the announced attendance was 29,945, you can see from photos that no more than 10,000 were in attendance at Byrd Stadium.
Field Hockey Earns Fifth Seed in ACC Tournament (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College Field Hockey team earned the fifth seed and will play four-seed Wake Forest at the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament, the league announced on Sunday. The two teams will square on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 1 p.m. with the winner taking on No. 1 seed North Carolina in the semifinals.
Tracking the Bowl-pocalypse: Vol. 2 (D1scourse)
Welcome to the club, Maryland! "INELIGIBLE WITH A LOSS (13, up three from last week): Arizona, Boston College, Central Michigan, Kansas, Kent State, UL Monroe, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Navy"
Happy Halloween in the ACC (ESPN ACC Blog)
Boo (boo): The biggest loss because of injury had to be BC leading rusher Montel Harris. He was the school’s all-time leading rusher and the ACC’s active leader in rushing yards and carries. He entered the season chasing a 33-year-old league record, but repeated problems with his knee sidelined him for the majority of the season.