Boston College: X-factors for 2012 (CBSSports.com)
However, the Eagles have been a program built on physical play with a solid run game, and that is why running backs Rolandan Finch, Andre Williams, and Tahj Kimble are the X-factors in Chestnut Hill. Finch got the most work of the three last year and rushed for 705 yards. Williams rushed for 517 yards and Kimble had 156 yards. Quarterback Chase Rettig will need the running backs to produce to take some of the load off his shoulders.
San Diego State Could Become Your New Favorite Team (SBNation.com)
Last year's offensive MVP, Ryan Quigley, has graduated. Maybe this whole anti-punt movement is just the thing the Eagles need to keep opposing defenses on their heels. Pipe dream? Probably. The anti-punt movement might as well be called anti-Spaz.
Men's Soccer Beats Syracuse, 2-0, In Exhibition Match (BCEagles.com)
Senior Kyle Bekker scored a goal and assisted on another to lead the Boston College men's soccer team to a 2-0 exhibition win against Syracuse Monday afternoon at the Newton Campus Field. Senior Charlie Rugg accounted for the second goal of the match in the 34th minute. Bekker played a part in two BC goals four separate times last season.
Q&A With Blake Butera (BCEagles.com)
During the 2012 season, he tallied a .267 batting clip and recorded a team-long 13-game hit streak. The infielder led the Eagles with 31 walks and tied for team lead with four sacrifice hits and eight multiple-RBI games. He was third on the team with 32 runs and 29 RBIs and tied for third with 52 hits.
Morris Takes Lead in QB Competition (Hurricanesports.com)
Miami Hurricanes junior QB Stephen Morris has emerged as the No. 1 signal-caller on the post-scrimmage depth chart, head coach Al Golden announced Monday evening. Miami completed the first of two #CanesCamp scrimmages Sunday at the Greentree Practice Fields.
Hurricanes First Scrimmage - The Good, The Bad, and The Kicking Game (The 7th Floor)
The Hurricanes held their first scrimmage of the fall on Sunday. So how did it go? Who stepped up and showed out, and when will the depth chart be set? The 7th Floor takes an in depth look at the goings on from Coral Gables.
Unable to practice, UM’s Henderson faces battle to start at right tackle (www.palmbeachpost.com)
Getting back on the field may not be so easy with Flowers in the way. Henderson, who has started 11 games in two seasons, indicated on Saturday that it might be another week or more before he is cleared to practice. That would give Flowers, 6-6 and 315 pounds, more time to lock down the starting job before the Hurricanes kick off the 2012 season on Sept. 1 against Boston College.
Highlights from last season's 24-14 victory over the Canes. 18 days.