Ranking the ACC Football (Official) Fight Songs (Atlantic Coast Convos)
BC finally finishes first in something!
College Football Lookahead: Nos. 81-85 (Washington Times)
No ACC coach is on the spot to produce this year like Spaziani, who brought in ex-Kent State coach Doug Martin to revitalize a moribund offense. That's a tough task, and it would be quite revealing if Spaziani can't coax a bowl bid out of this bunch and still get a fifth season. But even a lower-tier postseason appearance isn't likely to shake the impression this program is at best mired in the doldrums.
Boston College nabs Dr. Phillips product (ESPN On The Trail Blog)
"When we went and visited all the schools, that was just the one that stuck out the most to me and I thought that I fit there," Milano, who still has family in the Northeast, said. "We came home, talked about it with my family, friends and basically, it was me that made the decision, but it was the school that was right for me."
2012 Wake Forest Football Schedule Breakdown Part II: Virginia To Vanderbilt (Blogger So Dear)
Last year, Wake Forest skidded past Boston College 27-19 for a victory in Chestnut Hill. The Eagles wore down the Demon Deacon defense with a physical, north-south running attack, albeit with Montel Harris. The Eagles have solid replacements for Harris in Rolandan Finch and Andre Williams. The Deacons need to contain this powerful ground attack and keep their defense fresh for four quarters. Boston College does not have the wide receivers or the quarterback capable of beating a strong Wake Forest secondary downfield. I expect Tanner Price to methodically move his offense down the field against this rugged, hard-nosed defense.
ACC's most important players (ESPN College Basketball Nation Blog)
Boston College: Ryan Anderson. The forward was a unanimous All-ACC rookie selection last season after leading his team with 11.2 points and 7.4 rebounds. But the freshmen-laden Eagles averaged only 59.1 points and 40.8 percent shooting. So as Anderson's numbers build, so perhaps will BC's.
Q&A with Tom Bourdon (BCEagles.com)
Bourdon plays for the Chatham Anglers, who are tied for the second in the Eastern Division with a 15-11 record, which is also the second-best record in the league. The outfielder is batting .225 and went 2-for-2 with a double to help the A's come from behind to defeat Falmouth, 3-1, on Sunday night.
Nicklas fits right in at Boston College (Foxboro Reporter)
"I'm really excited to have him in our program," said Gambino. "We spend a lot of time, not just making sure the kids are good enough athletically, but are also high character kids that are going to represent our program and Boston College really well. Johnny fits that mold perfectly. (He's a) great kid, great family, works extremely hard. He's a really tough competitive kid on the mound. He's got all of those things that we look for to bring into our program."