2012-2013 college football coaching carousel grades, from Bret Bielema to big risk (SBNation.com)
There is certainly a lot to like about Addazio's potential as a recruiter and program builder, but he is still mostly potential. At some point he has to prove himself more than he has in the last three seasons, and until then I'm wary.
Back to bowl: Boston College (ESPN ACC Blog)
Addazio comes from the spread-option offense philosophy, so the personnel he has does not quite fit what he generally has done with his offenses, but he told me he is going to do what fits his personnel best.
Gaudreau a leading candidate for Junior National Team and NCAA player of the year (courierpostonline.com)
“Growing up, I was like I’m not going to be anyone,” Gaudreau said. “Now there’s T-shirts about me, and it’s really cool to see. It’s even cooler to see how fans are so into the game.”
Peter Frates fills out proposal (Boston Herald)
You’d think a four-year varsity letter winner from Boston College, and a former captain at that, would have had a better delivery. Yet when Peter Frates met Julie Kowalik on that sunny Fourth of July afternoon in 2010, the best he could come up with was: “Do you like dates?”
Bullpen Catcher Paul Andrews Holds onto Unsung Role (BCEagles.com)
The catcher wipes sweat from above his sky-blue eyes and stares intently through his mask as the pitcher delivers another heater right over the plate. He knows he has to pick up the pace if his team is going to have a chance to preserve its lead, so he tosses the ball back to the mound as quick as he can.