What if we drafted....Reggie Jackson? (Featuring Conrad Kaczmarek of BC Interruption) (Welcome to Loud City)
BC Interruption's Conrad Kaczmarek sits down with the Oklahoma City Thunder blog Welcome To Loud City to discuss the possibility of the Thunder selecting Jackson with the 24th pick of the NBA Draft.
NBA draft 2011: Should the Trail Blazers draft Reggie Jackson? (OregonLive.com)
Jackson is currently projected to be drafted anywhere from No. 23 to No. 35. The Trail Blazers hold the No. 21 and No. 51 picks in the June 23 draft.
2011 NBA Mock Draft Roundup: Placing Reggie Jackson (Soaring to Glory)
There are only sixty spots up for grabs in the 2011 NBA Draft, so which one will Boston College's Reggie Jackson get?
Two Buford players make college choices (Gwinnett Daily Post)
Two members of Buford’s talented senior class made college football commitments Monday. Defensive back Paris Head chose Vanderbilt. "It just had a family vibe," Head said. "I loved the coaching staff, it’s close to home and I have family in Nashville." Head, who plans to major in marketing, chose Vanderbilt over Louisville, Boston College and Georgia Tech.
Tabor's Jason Sylva commits to UConn (ESPN Boston High School Blog)
[Jason] Sylva, a Plymouth native, attended the Huskies' camp this weekend, and upon his departure from Storrs on Sunday he was told he'd have some good news today. The coaching staff called up with an offer today, and several hours later he issued his commitment over offers from Boston College and the University of Buffalo.
UConn offers Manchester (Conn.)'s Isaacs (ESPN Boston High School Blog)
"Right now, Isaacs told Brown he would give the Huskies a slim edge over BC because of his familiarity with the Storrs, Conn. campus. He has been to at least five football-related events at UConn, but has yet to visit BC."
BC Golfer John Nurczynski Named to All-ACC Academic Team (BCEagles.com)
Boston College's John Nurczynski was named to the 2011 All-ACC Academic Men's Golf Team today as announced by ACC Commissioner John Swofford.
USEFUL MNEMONICS FOR REMEMBERING ACC DIVISIONS (Every Day Should Be Saturday)
Hahahaha, do you want your day to get worse? No? Too bad John Swafford makes $1.1 million dollars a year to run a conference whose divisions you can't remember. You're not alone. Here is our first attempt at remembering the ACC's extremely convoluted standings.
2011 NHL Entry Draft: Rankings of college players (USCHO.com)
Boston College hockey commits Destry Straight (100) and Peter McMullen (200) are ranked by NHL's Central Scouting service for the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
BC Men's and Women's Basketball Players Visit Allston School (BCEagles.com)
Members of the Boston College men's and women's basketball teams visited with a group of special students at the Horace Mann School in Allston on Wednesday afternoon.
The Mess That Is The NCAA (House Of Sparky)
Good read. "I think [NCAA President] Mark Emmert put it well," SEC commissioner Mike Slive told ESPN.com’s Ivan Maisel. "We may have lost the benefit of the doubt at the moment with the public."
Finally, Reggie Jackson's NBA Draft prospects on CBS Sports Network: