22 days to Boston College football ...
BC report: When will BC again become OLine U? (A Jersey Guy)
He looks at the past and sees the future, which he says is bright. "There is as much young talent in this program as there has ever been," said Cleary. "Last year was a symptom of not having enough veterans. The character of this team, of our locker is blue collar, a bunch of hards working tough guys. That’s what attracted me to BC."
Linemen now "blue collar" (Eagle in Atlanta)
The BC linemen have been sporting these blue work shirts around campus.
Kaleb Ramsey stretches into shape (ESPN College Football Nation Blog)
As for improving his technique, Ramsey said defensive line coach Jeff Comissiong brought in a sensei to work with every lineman on his hand work. It was not the first time Ramsey worked with a sensei -- he took karate two years ago -- but he did get a lot out of the drills.
Video: Boston College's Kaleb Ramsey (ESPN ACC Blog)
Andrea Adelson talks to Boston College defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey about what it will take for the Eagles to turn around their fortunes.
101 Days of BC Football: Nigel Matthews, #2 (Soaring To Glory)
Boston College has wasted no time in reappropriating Montel Harris’s old jersey number. This year, it will be worn by a wide receiver named Nigel Matthews, a freshman newcomer to the 2012 Eagles football team.
Boston College: 3 position battles to watch (CBS Sports)
2. Cornerback: Currently, Al Louis-Jean and C.J. Jones are listed as co-starters at the field cornerback position. Louis-Jean is 6-2, 195 pounds and played in 10 games during his true freshman season last year. He had 15 tackles and one interception. Jones suffered a season-ending knee injury during the opening kickoff in the second game of the season in 2011 at Central Florida. Sophomore Manuel Asprilla is listed as the starter at the boundary corner position. He started the last four games of his true freshman year. After that, there isn't much experience.
#ACCOlympics Recap: Thursday, August 9 (TheACC.com)
Boston College’s lone Olympic hopeful, Laura Georges (France), falls a game short of a medal as France fell 1-0 to Canada in the bronze medal match. Georges started and played 90 minutes.
Martha's Vineyard hockey players learn from best as Eagles visit (The Martha's Vineyard Times)
The Eagles have landed again at the Martha's Vineyard Arena. Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey squirts coach Peter Gillis invited Boston College associate head coach Mike Cavanaugh for a return visit to the Island to teach a hockey clinic for Vineyard Mites, Squirts, Peewees, and Bantams.