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“As we go forward it’s something that we have to communicate with them and make sure it’s something they understand – I’ve had that conversation with Jordan in particular. The other three I haven’t necessarily – all four are playing a lot, probably a little more than Jordan, in his mind, but that can change.”
Departure of Jordan Daniels Shrinks Eagles’ Ceiling for 2012-2013 (Heights Sports Blog)
"Everybody has a chance to jump over another guy and get the role that they probably want, so I can’t set on [a rotation]," Donahue said. "As we go forward it’s something that we have to communicate with them and make sure it’s something they understand – I’ve had that conversation with Jordan in particular. The other three I haven’t necessarily – all four are playing a lot, probably a little more than Jordan, in his mind, but that can change."
Boston College looks to game against Notre Dame to salvage disappointing season (The Boston Globe)
“You always have long-range plans,” Spaziani said. “The man that doesn’t plan for his future has no future, right? But the immediate thing is the next game. That’s the most important thing about the future and that’s the beauty of football. That’s what we’re trying to do, take care of the next week. “Winning takes care of everything, you know?”
#ACCDNHangout with Boston College's Chase Rettig (TheACC.com)
The ACC Digital Network continues its weekly Google Hangout (#ACCDNHangout) series today at 1 p.m. with featured guest Chase Rettig of Boston College.
The McCaffreys Stay Close at the Heights (BCEagles.com)
It is always a boost to have the support of the home crowd. It is even bigger boost to have the support of family. Stephanie McCaffrey and James McCaffrey know they have both for all their home games at Boston College.
Men's Soccer Falls To Clemson In PK Shootout (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College men's soccer team and Clemson played to a scoreless draw on Tuesday night at Historic Riggs Field, but the Tigers won the penalty kick shootout, 3-1, to advance to the semifinals of the ACC Championship.
Q & A with Coach Erik Johnson (BCEagles.com)
Coming back to Boston College is a dream opportunity for me. This is a place that I both love and believe in strongly. My family and I loved living in Boston when I was here as an assistant, so being back is wonderful for me both personally and professionally.
Hockey Commits In International Showcases (BCI Fan Post)
The IIHF is currently on an international break, with four international tournaments currently taking place.
Eagles in the Pros: Frank Faggiano (BCEagles.com)
The "Eagles in the Pros" series highlights former Boston College baseball players who have been successful in careers outside of baseball. The first in the series features Frank Faggiano, who played for the Eagles from 1960-62, making two trips to the College World Series. He was inducted in the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1993. He currently owns Faggiano Consulting, which offers an extensive career coaching process for recent college graduates.