PHOENIX - APRIL 26: Jared Dudley #3 of the Phoenix Suns reacts after hitting a three point shot against the Portland Trail Blazers during Game Five of the Western Conference Quarterfinals of the 2010 NBA Playoffs at US Airways Center on April 26, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Teel Time: Forecasting The ACC (DailyPress.com)
Boston College: Other than Montel Harris, on pace to become the ACC’s career rushing leader, and linebackers Luke Kuechly and Kevin Pierre-Louis, this could be a long season for the Eagles. Perhaps long enough to end a 12-year bowl run.
Anthony Costanzo’s Pursuit of Perfection (Pro Player Insiders)
As you’d expect from a self-confessed perfectionist, Costanzo doesn’t allow himself a lot of room for error. When asked about goals for his rookie campaign, his response was definitive. "My goal for every season is to give up no sacks. I’ve been told that’s an unrealistic goal in the NFL but that’s the standard I hold myself to. That’s going to continue to be my goal every year."
Dudley Stops By BC To Talk With Hoops Team (Steve Donahue on Twitter)
@Coach_Donahue: Great having @JaredDudley619 on campus,Guys were thrilled to get to play with him. Great ambassador for BC
Boston College Adds Patrick Heckmann for 2011-12 (SCACCHoops.com)
Finally, it's official. Steve Donahue has announced that BC has gained a commitment from Patrick Heckmann of Germany. Heckmann is currently playing in the U20 European Championships.
Arms Races: Miami’s pick-prone pair takes it from the top (Dr. Saturday)
The aggressive, play-action-heavy scheme favored by ousted offensive coordinator Mark Whipple is out after two years; the quicker, more precise "West Coast" version is in under new OC Jedd Fisch, fresh from a one-year stint as quarterbacks coach with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks.
Virginia's Greatest "Non-Revenue" Sport? (Streaking The Lawn)
The other day, Brian over at BC Interruption asked me a question that I suspect most schools would find pretty easy to answer: What is your school's best non-revenue sport? Most schools have just one or two they can point to, if any, and they're able to pick one from that. Of course, schools like Stanford, Florida and Duke are going to have a hard time as well. For me, considering the Hoos have multiple top-ten finishes in the Directors' Cup, the choice was almost impossible. Ultimately, I narrowed it down to three: Baseball, Men's Lacrosse, and Men's Soccer.
FSU Depth Chart Thoughts (Tomahawk Nation)
In 2009, FSU had 5 defensive linemen over 265 pounds. FSU now has 15! Jimbo said the team was going to get a lot bigger and they have.
Inside the Clemson Offense: Quick Passing III (Shakin The Southland)
An in-depth look at how Clemson will be running their In and Out Routes.